USCGC Paulding (CG-17) on the marine railway at the Boston Navy Yard, December 1927 / bow damage from collision with submarine USS S-4 (SS-109) which was lost with all hands. [892×1115]
Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS PASADENA (SSN-752) lifted out by Medium Auxiliary Repair Dry Dock ARCO (ARDM-5) at Naval Base Point Loma, San Diego, CA, 2015. / Arco is the only Sailor-operated and maintained dry dock facility in the Navy. [gifv][728×408]
Launch of SMS Schwaben, a pre-dreadnought battleship of the German Imperial Navy, on August 19, 1901 in Wilhelmshaven. Queen Charlotte of Württemberg performs the christening. [4986 × 3294]
A French sailor lost at sea for weeks with a broken radio and no steering system was rescued this week by the Israeli navy and taken for medical treatment. Wish you a safe journey home!
The flotilla leader “Tromp” of the Royal Netherlands Navy, in dry dock at Cockatoo Island, for repairs after being damaged in action in the Java Sea, ca. 1942. Artwork by Dennis Adams. [640 x 550]
U.S. Navy protected cruiser, USS Atlanta, port bow view, in dry-dock at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. She was one of the first steel warships of the “New Navy” of the 1880s. [4558 x 3572]
Italian navy rescues asylum seekers traveling by boat off the coast of Africa on the Mediterranean, June 7, 2014 (Massimo Sestini—Polaris)[1500×1000]
The US Navy Raumboote “USN 148” being lifted by the boat repair crane “Langer Heinrich” at the Ship Repair Department, Bremerhaven, 1953. Built in 1942 as R99 for the Kriegsmarine, between 1945 and 1947 she served with the German Minesweeping Administration as “Algol”. [1140 x 760]