161017-N-CE233-184 CHESAPEAKE BAY, Md. (Oct. 17, 2016) USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) approaches the Gov. William Preston Lane Memorial Bridge, also known as the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, as the ship travels to its new home port of San Diego, California. Zumwalt was commissioned in Baltimore, Maryland, Oct. 15 and is the first in a three-ship class of the Navy's newest, most technologically advanced multi-mission guided-missile destroyers. (U.S. Navy photo by Liz Wolter/Released)
USS Idaho (BB-24) in drydock, Boston 1935. [510x639]
USNS Fall River To Be Launched Saturday. I love that this is has a call sign of HSV. Means it will go super fast. Aussies will get it.
Porte avions Charles De Gaulle R91
16 in USS Washington off Port Angeles, Washington, April 1944. She was the second of the two ship North Carolina class; the US Navy's first battleships of the post-Dreadnought era, produced to 35000 ton Washington Treaty limits. Despite an eventful war including the sinking of Japanese battleship Kirishima in September 1942 she suffered no casualties at all throughout the conflict.
USS Mount Whitney after a visit to Theoule-sur-Mer: the first French town liberated during the lesser known landings of Operation Dragoon on the Mediterranean coast of France, June 1944.
STRANGE NAVY STEALTH CRAFT - SEA TRIALS - BOW VIEW
Des accidents à l'ancienne
New York City, c.1942, The SS. Normandie capsized after going up in flames in New York Harbour
Spanish Heavy Cruiser Canarias circa 1937-39 another example of how the unusual Spanish superstructures (colorized) [1280x837]