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22 February 1966
U.S.S. Olympia
United States Navy cruiser U.S.S. Olympia at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Benjamin Franklin Bridge at left.
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Braun Brothers
U.S.S. Olympia, USS Olympia, Olympia, Philadelphia
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11 July 1981
U.S.S. Olympia
The United States Navy cruiser U.S.S. Olympia at Penn's Landing Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Braun Brothers
U.S.S. Olympia, Olympia, Penns Landing, Philadelphia
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U.S.S. McCook
DD-252 built 1918-19
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Jess Welt
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U.S.S. McCook
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Jess Welt
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Turpitz
Intact model of military vessel in glass case. Gray with red hull. Sister ship of the Bismark.
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Unknown
posner, ship model, turpitz, bismark, battleship, world war two, world war 2, german
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H.M.S. HOOD
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Unknown
hood, royal navy, soldiers, battleship, battle cruiser, Britain, England, world war two
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Algonquin
HMCS Algonquin (DDH 283) at pier, elevated fwd stbd quarter view
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Braun Brothers
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Wandelaar
Belgian frigate Wandelaar (F 912)
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Braun Brothers
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Van Spijk and Wandelaar
Dutch Tromp and Callenburgh in background
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Braun Brothers
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Van Spijk and Wandelaar
Dutch Tromp and Callenburgh in background
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Braun Brothers
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USS Preston
DD-327, gray military vessel.
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Posner Maritime
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USS Long Beach (CGN-9)
The only ship of her class, the nuclear-powered USS Long Beach (CGN-9) was one of the first guided missile cruisers and the first to pioneer advanced radar systems for the launching and tracking of guided missiles. Her unique, over-sized box superstructure gave the Long Beach a distinct silhouette.
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Edward O. Clark
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