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USS North Carolina (in early pattern Ms32/18d camouflage) receiving fuel from USS Neches (in measure 32 design 5AO camouflage), Pacific Ocean, 30 Nov 1944. (US National Archives)

[Photo] USS North Carolina (in early pattern Ms32/18d camouflage) receiving fuel from USS Neches (in measure 32 design 5AO camouflage), Pacific Ocean, 30 Nov 1944

USS North Carolina (in early pattern camouflage) receiving fuel from USS Neches (in measure 32 design camouflage), Pacific Ocean, 30 Nov 1944

The Grand U.S.S. North Carolina Battleship was a World War II Veteran that retired 50 years ago to the Cape Fear River. Explore this piece of history just 15 minutes from your doorstep!

North Carolina Battleship was a World War II Veteran that retired 50 years ago to the Cape Fear River. Explore this piece of history just 15 minutes from your doorstep!

16 in USS North Carolina: she and sister USS Washington were the first post-dreadnought US battleships - they both had illustrious war careers, Washington sinking the Japanese battleship Kirishima in 1942, but having been constrained by Washington Treaty limits were renowned for being very cramped.

16 in USS North Carolina: she and sister USS Washington were the first post-dreadnought US battleships - they both had illustrious war careers, Washington sinking the Japanese battleship Kirishima in 1942, but having been constrained by Washington Treaty limits were renowned for being very cramped.

USS NORTH CAROLINA (BB 55) 1946

USS North Carolina off New York, New York, United States, 3 Jun photo 1 of photograph taken by an aircraft from Naval Air Station, .

The Japanese cruiser IJN Nachi under attack by American carrier aircraft near the Phillipines. It would be sunk later in the day. Nov 1944. M

The Japanese cruiser Nachi under attack by American carrier aircraft near the Phillipines. It would be sunk later in the day.

USS North Carolina at Norfolk prior to sailing to the Pacific in 1942

USS North Carolina at Norfolk prior to sailing to the Pacific in 1942

My dad, Alan J. Campbell, served aboard the USS North Carolina during World War 2. This ship was in more battles than any other ship in Naval history. Here I have recounted word for word my dads recollections about getting hit by a torpedo while in the Pacific.    Battleships of World War 2 - The #USS #North #Carolina #BB-55

Battleships of World War 2 - The USS North Carolina BB-55

A World War 2 veterans story of serving on the USS North Carolina, one of histories most famous battleships. This is the story of The Battle for Torpedo Junction, told by officer Alan J.

The Showboat: USS North Carolina (BB-55)

The Showboat: USS North Carolina (BB-55)

Battle Ships, Navy Ships, Museum, Island, Wilmington Nc, Pacific Ocean, Uss North Carolina, War, Naval History

View of the stern of USS North Carolina Pearl Harbor US Territory of Hawaii 16 November

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