10 Awesome Facts about the USS Lexington, nicknamed "The Blue Ghost" in Corpus Christi, Texas. Great read, lets you become an expert before visiting the Lexington museum! #MemoriesMadeCC #CorpusChristi

10 Awesome Facts about the USS Lexington, nicknamed "The Blue Ghost" in Corpus Christi, Texas. Great read, lets you become an expert before visiting the Lexington museum! #MemoriesMadeCC #CorpusChristi

The USS Lexington moored in Corpus Christi Texas-  She was reported sunk several times during WW II by the Japanese fleet but she always showed up again- this led her to be nicknamed the "Blue Ghost" by Tokyo Rose.

The USS Lexington moored in Corpus Christi Texas- She was reported sunk several times during WW II by the Japanese fleet but she always showed up again- this led her to be nicknamed the "Blue Ghost" by Tokyo Rose.

Image detail for -Blue Ghost" - the USS Lexington CV-16 at Corpus Christi,Texas...

Image detail for -Blue Ghost" - the USS Lexington CV-16 at Corpus Christi,Texas...

USS LEXINGTON

USS LEXINGTON

One of the most haunted ships in the United States today, the USS Lexington in Corpus, Christi, Texas. This particular ship is said to be an area that houses a number of spirits.

One of the most haunted ships in the United States today, the USS Lexington in Corpus, Christi, Texas. This particular ship is said to be an area that houses a number of spirits.

Known as the "Blue Ghost," the USS Lexington was built in 1942 and used in WWII and subsequent conflicts. It's now a museum in Corpus Christi.

Known as the "Blue Ghost," the USS Lexington was built in 1942 and used in WWII and subsequent conflicts. It's now a museum in Corpus Christi.

IJN Battleship Hyuga under air attack at Kure, July 24, 1945. Photo by USS Lexington CV-16. (livedoor.jp.image) 7.17

IJN Battleship Hyuga under air attack at Kure, July 24, 1945. Photo by USS Lexington CV-16. (livedoor.jp.image) 7.17

USS Lexington (CVS-16). My first carrier landings were made on the WWII vintage carrier. Training boat for many a Naval Aviator.

USS Lexington (CVS-16). My first carrier landings were made on the WWII vintage carrier. Training boat for many a Naval Aviator.

The USS Lexington (CV-16) served the longest of any aircraft carrier during World War II. In fact the Lexington served the longest of any aircraft carrier in the world, she served for 48 years. She was commissioned in 1943 and named after a famo

The USS Lexington (CV-16) served the longest of any aircraft carrier during World War II. In fact the Lexington served the longest of any aircraft carrier in the world, she served for 48 years. She was commissioned in 1943 and named after a famo

World War II: USS Lexington (CV-2): USS Lexington, October 1941

World War II: USS Lexington (CV-2): USS Lexington, October 1941

USS Lexington (CV-16) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

USS Lexington (CV-16) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

USS Lexington (CV-16) (the Blue Ghost) in Corpus Christi, Texas I love seeing her every time I go to Corpus Would love to go aboard her again.

USS Lexington (CV-16) (the Blue Ghost) in Corpus Christi, Texas I love seeing her every time I go to Corpus Would love to go aboard her again.

USS Lexington off Lahaina, Maui, US Territory of Hawaii, 16 February 1932

[Photo] USS Lexington off Lahaina, Maui, US Territory of Hawaii, 16 Feb 1932

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