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December 1942: USS Alabama BB-60 at Casco Bay, Maine. MaritimeQuest - USS Alabama BB-60

December 1942: USS Alabama BB-60 at Casco Bay, Maine. MaritimeQuest - USS Alabama BB-60

USS Alabama WWI - USS Alabama (BB 8) 16 Oct 1900 / 17 Aug 1909 Recommissioned 17 Apr 1912, decommissioned 7 May 1920. Transferred to War Dept. 15 Sep 1921 for use as target. Sunk in shallow water 27 Sep; 19 Mar 1924, hulk sold as scrap

USS Alabama WWI - USS Alabama (BB 8) 16 Oct 1900 / 17 Aug 1909 Recommissioned 17 Apr 1912, decommissioned 7 May 1920. Transferred to War Dept. 15 Sep 1921 for use as target. Sunk in shallow water 27 Sep; 19 Mar 1924, hulk sold as scrap

Fort Gaines @ Dauphin Island-so much history in and around Mobile!

Fort Gaines @ Dauphin Island-so much history in and around Mobile!

Fort Morgan State Historic Park, Gulf Shores Alabama

Fort Morgan State Historic Park, Gulf Shores Alabama

USS North Carolina (BB-55) - Corazzata classe North Carolina - Impostata il 27 ottobre 1937 Varata	il 13 giugno 1940. Entrata in servizio il 9 aprile 1941 Destino finale	Trasformata in nave-museo. Caratteristiche generali: dislocamento	37.484 Lunghezza	222,1 m Larghezza	33,0 m Pescaggio	10,1 m Propulsione	121.000 CV Velocità	26 nodi Autonomia	17.450 miglia marine (circa 32.320 km) a 15 nodi (circa 27.8 km/h) Equipaggio	2,339 (144 ufficiali, 2,195 equipaggio)

USS North Carolina (BB-55) - Corazzata classe North Carolina - Impostata il 27 ottobre 1937 Varata il 13 giugno 1940. Entrata in servizio il 9 aprile 1941 Destino finale Trasformata in nave-museo. Caratteristiche generali: dislocamento 37.484 Lunghezza 222,1 m Larghezza 33,0 m Pescaggio 10,1 m Propulsione 121.000 CV Velocità 26 nodi Autonomia 17.450 miglia marine (circa 32.320 km) a 15 nodi (circa 27.8 km/h) Equipaggio 2,339 (144 ufficiali, 2,195 equipaggio)

Launching of battleship Alabama, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 16 Feb 1942 | Source: United States Navy Naval History and Heritage Command

Launching of battleship Alabama, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 16 Feb 1942 | Source: United States Navy Naval History and Heritage Command

American Battleships of WW2 | Picture of the USS Washington (BB-56) Battleship

American Battleships of WW2 | Picture of the USS Washington (BB-56) Battleship

Great park, and a great tour of the USS Alabama in Mobile AL

Great park, and a great tour of the USS Alabama in Mobile AL

The only known photograph of a mounted Alabama Confederate soldier. The following is written inside the case: “Off to the wars/Jim and his pony / this May 11th 1861″ and “To David / Adams / Montevallo,Ala.” Ambrotype is 3.25 x 4.75 inches. State of Alabama Department of Archives.

The only known photograph of a mounted Alabama Confederate soldier. The following is written inside the case: “Off to the wars/Jim and his pony / this May 11th 1861″ and “To David / Adams / Montevallo,Ala.” Ambrotype is 3.25 x 4.75 inches. State of Alabama Department of Archives.

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