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USS Idaho (BB-42) (foreground) and USS Texas (BB-35) steaming at the rear of the battle line, during Battle Fleet practice off the California coast, circa 1930 - BFD

USS Idaho (foreground) and USS Texas steaming at the rear of the battle line, during Battle Fleet practice off the California coast, circa 1930 - BFD

Look at what our navy had during ww2! Made 15 years prior but still! War front because its a war ship

USS Texas (BB Some of the most impressive technology seen from the war. The USS Texas is a battleship in the U. Navy, and Navy that would become the largest in the world.

USS Texas by Frigate RN loaded to the teeth with good will and peace offerings for all the bad guys

Dreadnought era battleship USS Texas late in showing the massively enhanced anti-aircraft armament carried at that stage of the war by capital ships of all navies. She is preserved in Galveston, Texas. Incorrect, shes docked in La Porte, Texas.

USS Texas, 15 March 1943. She is the last dreadnought in existence and is currently a museum ship near Houston, TX

USS Texas, 15 March She is the last dreadnought in existence and is currently a museum ship at the San Jacento Battlefield Park near Houston, Texas.

Battleship USS Texas, veteran of World Wars I & II, moored at San Jacinto Battlefield.

Battleship USS Texas, veteran of World Wars I II, moored at San Jacinto Battlefield, served at Normandy on D-Day and in the Pacific at Iwo Jima

USS Constitution (bottom) with the battleships USS New York (BB-34) and USS Texas (BB-35). Picture taken in 1934.

USS Constitution with the battleships USS Texas and USS New York. Picture taken in 1934

Guided missile cruiser USS Texas (CGN 39) followed by AEGIS missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59).

USS Texas - a New York class Superdreadnaught Battleship

USS TEXAS 1895, typical of an ambiguous class of warships in the early steam era during the transition from coastal ironclads to sea-going steel warships. This vessel has been alternately classed as an armored cruiser or a 2nd class battleship. In reality, it was an awkward, experimental vessel that performed neither role well. Yeah well, that may be true, but she still looks awesome.

USS TEXAS typical of an ambiguous class of warships in the early steam era…

USS "Texas" BB 35 August 15, 1895 - The battleship USS Texas (BB 35) is commissioned.

USS "Texas" BB 35 August 1895 - Seen in the background is the San Jacinto monument which commemorates General Sam Houston and the Texian army's victory over General Santa Ana and the army of Mexcio.

Waves breaking over the bow of the battleship USS Texas, circa 1941.

The photos were taken by the USS TEXAS Gunnery Officer, LCDR Charles W. The date of the photograph appears to be around Used with permission from Charles Moore at the USS Texas website.

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