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View looking forward from battleship ColoradoBattleship Colorado steaming at high speed, probably during her trials, 1923
View looking forward from battleship Colorado's bridge as the ship took water over the bow, circa early 1920sBattleship Colorado steaming at high speed, probably during her trials, 1923
US Navy Chief Petty Officers aboard battleship Colorado studying 5-inch gun crew, USS Colorado, mid-1920s
US Navy Chief Petty Officers aboard battleship Colorado studying 'Personnel Management', circa 1923 to 19255-inch gun crew, USS Colorado, mid-1920s
Captain Franklin D. Karns aboard USS Colorado, 1925-1927Commendatory Mast ceremony aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920s
Captain Franklin D. Karns aboard USS Colorado, 1925-1927Commendatory Mast ceremony aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920s
Crew of USS Colorado observing short range battle practice atop Turret No. 4, mid-1920sCrew
Crew of USS Colorado observing short range battle practice atop Turret No. 4, mid-1920sCrew's galley aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920s
Forward turrets aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920sOfficers and crew of USS Colorado at the battleship
Forward turrets aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920sOfficers and crew of USS Colorado at the battleship's stern, mid-1920s
Receiving mail at sea aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920sSailors aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920s
Receiving mail at sea aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920sSailors aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920s
US Marines detachment aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920sUSS Colorado during destroyer battle games, mid-1920s
US Marines detachment aboard USS Colorado, mid-1920sUSS Colorado during destroyer battle games, mid-1920s
USS Colorado in drydock, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, mid-1920sUSS Colorado towing targets for long range battle practice, mid-1920s
USS Colorado in drydock, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, mid-1920sUSS Colorado towing targets for long range battle practice, mid-1920s
USS Nevada during a fleet View of the bow of USS Colorado, mid-1920s
USS Nevada during a fleet 'whale boat' race, mid-1920View of the bow of USS Colorado, mid-1920s
Waves breaking over USS ColoradoThe US Navy
Waves breaking over USS Colorado's bow, mid-1920sThe US Navy's first flattop aircraft carrier, USS Langley (Langley-class), at anchor with 7 battleships in Culebra Harbor, Culebra, Puerto Rico, 18 Mar 1926. See Comment below.

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