Viralpics

Christening ceremony of the USS Stonewall Jackson (SSBN-634) at Mare Island Naval Shipyard on 30 November 1963 [1491×1184]

Jan
23

Japanese destroyer Harusame in dry dock at Uraga after being damaged by the U.S. submarine USS Wahoo off New Guinea, August 30, 1943 [1574 × 1098]

Jan
21

Light cruiser and the lead ship of her class of seven, USS Brooklyn (CL-40), on the ways at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Nov 11, 1936. [1231 × 1035]

Jan
21

James McMahon, freshman student of Webb Institute of Naval Architecture in Glen Cove, N.Y., lubricates the starboard screw strut bearings of the battleship USS NEW JERSEY (BB-62) [2689 × 1913]

Jan
20

Ship-of-the-Line USS New Orleans 1883 [783 x 405]

Jan
20

USS Cushing (TB-1), showing her twin four-bladed propellers and rudder. Photo taken prior to the ship’s launching from Herreshoff Manufacturing Co., Bristol, RI. January 23, 1890. [900 x 1000]

Jan
19

Japanese destroyer Shiranui (Kagerō-class) in dry dock at Maizuru Naval Yard’s 2nd Dock after being damaged by the U.S. submarine USS Growler (SS-215) off Kiska, September 17, 1942 [Album] • r/WarshipPorn

Jan
15

Bulbous bow of the USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000) [1098 x 1600]

Jan
14

USS Henry Clay (SSBN 625) at PNSY winter, 1976 [993×1195][OC]

Jan
14

Streamers mix with falling snow during the christening of the future guided-missile destroyer USS Thomas Hudner (DDG 116) at the Bath Iron Works shipyard Saturday, April 1, 2017 in Bath, Maine [6144 x 4096]

Jan
13

USS George C. Marshall in dry dock in Holy Loch, Scotland [2850 × 1890]

Jan
13

USS Voge (FF-1047) in drydock in early September 1976 at Toulon, France following collision with a Soviet Echo II submarine in late August 1976. [560 × 845]

Jan
12

Placement of 726-ton lower bow section of carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CVN-79), September 28, 2018. [gif][728×404]

Jan
10

USS Los Alamos (AFDB-7), at Holy Loch, Scotland, with an SSBN in drydock, circa the 1980s. USS Simon Lake (AS-33) is in the left distance. [750 × 600]

Dec
25

Class-leader plus one. USS Fletcher (DD-445) and USS Radford (DD-446) at launching, 3 May 1942. Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, Kearny, New Jersey. There were 175 Fletcher-class DD’s built during World War II. [5695 × 4537]

Dec
25

The crew of mine countermeasures ship USS Patriot (MCM 7) during a dry dock maintenance period in Sasebo, Japan, May 20, 2004 [3000×1968]

Dec
25

Going, Going, Gone! USS Triton (SSRN 586), the largest U.S. Submarine at the time, slides down the ways into the Thames River at Groton, Connecticut, during launching ceremonies on August 19th, 1958. [2214 x 2813]

Dec
24

USS West Bridge (ID # 2888). In drydock at Brest, France, looking aft on the starboard side, showing the two torpedo holes received in a German submarine attack on 15 August 1918. [2700 x 3989]

Dec
24

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]

Dec
24

A stern view of the battleship USS NEW JERSEY (BB-62) in drydock. The ship is undergoing refitting and reactivation [1600 × 1076 ]

Dec
23

An aerial starboard quarter view (135 degrees off centerline) of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHEYENNE (SSN-773). The CHEYENNE is the sixtieth and last Los Angeles class submarine to be built [1600 × 1048]

Dec
23

Test of Marine Railway, USS Grebe and USS Acushnet. View to southwest, June 10, 1919. [3240 x 2297]

Dec
22

The No. 3 screw of the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB 63) is guided onto its shaft while the ship is undergoing reactivation and modernization [1600 × 1072]

Dec
21

A view looking forward of the exterior starboard hull of the mine countermeasures ship USS SCOUT (MCM 8) while the ship is under construction [1600 × 1172]

Dec
21

USS BARRY under repair in drydock #4 Yokosuka, Japan 2018

Dec
20