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Capital District Civil War Series #11: Troy’s “Monitor Boys”
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USS North Carolina (BB-55)
On 12 November 1942 three days of fighting began, in what came to be known as the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. The battle began with Japanese air attacks on American ships which had just landed reinforcements, including units from the US Army’s Americal Division (learn more here). Over the course of the next three days, the battle would evolve into a monumental engagement between battleships, cruisers, and destroyers in the narrow confines of Iron Bottom Sound. In this photo, USS…
Captain Lyman Swenson died in the sinking (Courtesy Wikipedia)The first USS Juneau (CL-52) was a United States Navy Atlanta class light cruiser sunk at the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal 13 November 1942. In total 687 men, including the five Sullivan brothers, were killed in action as a result of the sinking.
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Raymond Spruance (1886 - 1969) US admiral, important commander in the Pacific theater during World War II, had a key role in the Battle of Midway
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USS Monitor Engine | Archaeological Conservators treating the engine of the USS Monitor
Great labeled photo of the USS Monitor. Click on labels for more information on the ironclad.
USS Utah (BB-31) in South Boston drydock 1929. [999x1278]
Staff conference - Saipan
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USS Port Royal (CG-73) ... The Ticonderoga class of missile cruisers is a class of warships in the United States Navy, first ordered and authorized in FY 1978. The class uses phased-array radar and was originally planned as a class of destroyers. However, the increased combat capability offered by the Aegis combat system and the AN/SPY-1 radar system was used to justify the change of the classification from DDG (guided missile destroyer) to CG (guided missile cruiser) ...