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USNS Spica in drydock, Ship Repair Facility Subic Bay, Philippines, 1 Jan 1987; note USS Proteus tending two submarinesUSS Iowa, USS Midway, and other ships of US Navy Battle Group Alpha underway, 1 Dec 1987
USNS Spica in drydock, Ship Repair Facility Subic Bay, Philippines, 1 Jan 1987; note USS Proteus tending two submarinesUSS Iowa, USS Midway, and other ships of US Navy Battle Group Alpha underway, 1 Dec 1987
Song Meiling shaking hands with President Lee Teng-Hui at the 13th Nationalist Party conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1988Song Meiling speaking at the 13th Nationalist Party conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1988
Song Meiling shaking hands with President Lee Teng-Hui at the 13th Nationalist Party conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1988Song Meiling speaking at the 13th Nationalist Party conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1988
Bow view of USS Wisconsin with her main guns trained to port side, Gulf of Mexico, 30 Aug 1988Museum ship North Carolina, Wilmington, North Carolina, 9 Oct 1988, photo 1 of 2
Bow view of USS Wisconsin with her main guns trained to port side, Gulf of Mexico, 30 Aug 1988Museum ship North Carolina, Wilmington, North Carolina, 9 Oct 1988, photo 1 of 2
Museum ship North Carolina, Wilmington, North Carolina, 9 Oct 1988, photo 2 of 2Song Meiling and US Senator Bob Dole, 1989
Museum ship North Carolina, Wilmington, North Carolina, 9 Oct 1988, photo 2 of 2Song Meiling and US Senator Bob Dole, 1989
Song Meiling, 1989USS Wisconsin at sea, circa 1988-1990
Song Meiling, 1989USS Wisconsin at sea, circa 1988-1990
Pieces flying out the No. 2 turret of USS Iowa during the accidental explosion, 19 Apr 1989Smoke rising from the No. 2 turret of USS Iowa after accidental explosion, 19 Apr 1989
Pieces flying out the No. 2 turret of USS Iowa during the accidental explosion, 19 Apr 1989Smoke rising from the No. 2 turret of USS Iowa after accidental explosion, 19 Apr 1989
Breda Model 35 grenadeReunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknown
Breda Model 35 grenadeReunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknown
Aerial view of Sand Island, Midway Atoll, 17 Jan 1990Submarine Menhaden (center, painted yellow), 25 Jan 1990
Aerial view of Sand Island, Midway Atoll, 17 Jan 1990Submarine Menhaden (center, painted yellow), 25 Jan 1990
US Navy Chiefs of Naval Operations: Trost, Hayward, Zumwalt, Burke, Kelso, Moorer, Holloway, and Watkins at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, United States, 19 Oct 1990Decommissioning of USS Missouri at Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 26 Oct 1990; note USS Theodore Roosevelt in background
US Navy Chiefs of Naval Operations: Trost, Hayward, Zumwalt, Burke, Kelso, Moorer, Holloway, and Watkins at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, United States, 19 Oct 1990Decommissioning of USS Missouri at Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 26 Oct 1990; note USS Theodore Roosevelt in background
USS Wisconsin firing a BGM-109 Tomahawk cruise missile in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm, 18 Jan 1991Battleship Wisconsin firing her turret no. 3 guns against Iraqi positions in southern Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm, 6 Feb 1991
USS Wisconsin firing a BGM-109 Tomahawk cruise missile in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm, 18 Jan 1991Battleship Wisconsin firing her turret no. 3 guns against Iraqi positions in southern Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm, 6 Feb 1991

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