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USS Brumby (FF-1044) a Garcia-class destroyer escort (and later a frigate). She was named after Admiral Frank H. Brumby. Commissioned: 5 August 1965. Decommissioned: 31 March 1989. Fate: transfer to the Maritime Administration, 28 September 1994.

USS Brumby (FF-1044) a Garcia-class destroyer escort (and later a frigate). She was named after Admiral Frank H. Brumby. Commissioned: 5 August 1965. Decommissioned: 31 March 1989. Fate: transfer to the Maritime Administration, 28 September 1994.

HMS Nizam during WWII. Photo: Allan C. Green. State Library Victoria H91.250/1351

HMS Nizam during WWII. Photo: Allan C. Green. State Library Victoria H91.250/1351

King George V- class battleship HMS Howe.

HMS Howe, 14 in King George V class battleship, built to Washington Treaty limits. Sisters HMS Prince of Wales (participant in the Bismarck saga and sunk by the Japanese in and HMS Duke of York (victor over the German battleship Scharnhorst in

The Italian battleship Roma in 1940 sunk in 1943.

The Italian battleship Roma in 1940 sunk in 1943.

Battleship Iowa shortly after launching, New York Naval Shipyard. 1942

Battleship Iowa shortly after launching, New York Naval Shipyard, New York, United States, late Aug 1942

USS North Carolina being "tugged" into her present position as a Museum ship.

USS North Carolina being "tugged" into her present position as a Museum ship.

USS North Carolina BB-55 in heavy seas December 1944

USS North Carolina pitching in heavy seas off the Philippines in December She and her sister USS Washington (photos nearby) were the US Navy's first battleships constructed after being designed in the

USS New Jersey (BB-62) off Korea, 1953.

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