The battleship EX-USS Missouri (BB 63) is being undocked by Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard workers to begin its 2-mile journey back to Ford Island.
Tirpitz - Håkøy, near Tromsø, Norway - A photo of the wreck of Tirpitz taken after the war. The scrapping of the wreck is in process.
The USS Intrepid which is the center of New York City’s Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum had been around for ages since the World War II when it first came into the limelight. It was dubbed as “Fighting I” in the Pacific in World War II after surviving a number of bomb hits as well as kamikaze. The ship has a number of combat records attached to her name, she sank two Japanese battleships and several other vessels, destroyed over 600 enemy aircraft.
USS Missouri and USS Alaska
Midway Class USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) as she originally appeared before modernization
An aerial view of Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, California (USA), with three docked aircraft carriers on 25 August 1971; USS Ranger (CVA-61) (in dry dock), USS Coral Sea (CVA-43), and the USS Hancock (CVA-19