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26-inch thick armor from Japanese Yamato class battleship, pierced by a US Navy 16-inch gun. The armor is on displa

thick armor from Japanese Yamato class battleship, pierced by a US Navy gun. The armor is on display at the US Navy Museum just in case anyone asked to see the math. That is a huge hole.

The 70-year-old USS Iowa, which saw action in World War II and the Korean War, this month began welcoming visitors to its permanent berth in San Pedro. Aboard the ship, visitors can gain insight into the inner workings of the 887-foot battleship, which carries the biggest guns ever sent to sea on a U.S. ship. 360-degree virtual tour: Battleship Iowa

Graphic: Visiting the Iowa - Los Angeles Times

Decks of the battleship USS Iowa available for tour at San Pedro, California.

IJN Battleship Yamato - 日本海軍戦艦-大和ミュージアム大モデル! World's biggest scale model 1/10 IJN Battleship "Yamato" in Yamato's museum, Japan. #9F

Yamato Museum The one-tenth scale model of the battleship IJN Yamato / 戦艦大和 10:1

The following images are created by Steve Freeman  (sfreeman421 for deviantart ) and depict all the  classes of battleships, destroyers, s...

The following images are created by Steve Freeman (sfreeman421 for deviantart ) and depict all the classes of battleships, destroyers, s...

warship or fellowship built primarily for combat Images - Frompo

(Modern Ships) Russian Vessels - Comparison by Myss-Burrito on DeviantArt

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Imperial Japanese Steampunk battleship Yamato during the Great Pacific Empire Steampunk war

A US Navy Carrier and Battleship perform an underway replenishment at sea. Very rare to see!

Aircraft Carrier USS Midway and Battleship USS Iowa in Arabian Gulf, December 1987

Ordnance men moving a 16″ shell from its storage stall to ammunition hoist on board the Iowa Class Battleship USS New Jersey (BB-62). Nov 1944.

Ordnance men moving a shell from its storage stall to ammunition hoist on board the Iowa Class Battleship USS New Jersey Nov calibre Mark 7 gun

All four of the Iowa Class Battleships at sea.

All four Iowa-class battleships steaming together Ship closest to the camera is USS Iowa The others are (from near to far): USS Wisconsin USS Missouri and USS New Jersey

USS New Mexico's 14-inch projectiles on starboard deck forward while being replenished at Eniwetok Marshall Islands 30 June 1944 prior to the invasion of Guam.

On 13 April the battleship USS New Mexico (BB was launched. This July 1944 photo shows projectiles on deck, while the battleship was replenishing her ammunition supply prior to the invasion of Guam.

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