Gene Le

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 08:53:26 +0000

Sink The Bismarck - Johnny Horton

    USS Indiana (BB-50), was a battleship under construction but canceled by the Washington Naval Treaty in 1924

    Royal Navy Invincible-class aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious (R 06), and…

    Surfacing submarine viewed from onboard periscope

    HMS Trumpeter

    Battleship Texas

    HMS Barham Jutland

    HMS King George V (41) - Corazzata classe King George V - Varata 21 febbraio 1939 - Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento 42.000 Lunghezza 227 m Larghezza 31 m Pescaggio 9.9 m Propulsione 8 caldaie Admiralty Quattro turbine Parsons quattro eliche (diametro 4.42 m) 125,000 Shp Velocità 28 nodi Autonomia 5.400 mn a nodi 18 Equipaggio 1.314 - 1.631

    British Light Division at the Battle of Alma, Crimean War

    Britain battlecruiser HMS Hood

    United States coast guard art - Bing Images

    HMS Hood - At 792’8” in length, and with a beam of 118’1”, it displaced 49,500 tons of water. It was also deadly with eight 15” SK C/34 guns in four twin turrets, twelve 5.9” L/55 guns, sixteen 4.1” L/65 guns, sixteen 1.5” L/83 guns, and twelve 0.79” anti-aircraft guns, as well as four Arado Ar 196 reconnaissance floatplanes.

    "Arrival of the American Fleet at Scapa Flow, 7 December 1917". Oil on canvas by Bernard F. Gribble, depicting the U.S. Navy's Battleship Division Nine being greeted by British Admiral David Beatty and the crew of HMS Queen Elizabeth. Ships of the American column are (from front) USS New York (BB-34), USS Wyoming (BB-32), USS Florida (BB-30) and USS Delaware (BB-28). Courtesy of the U.S. Navy Art Collection, Washington, D.C. NHHC Photograph Collection: NH 58841-KN (Color).