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Schematic drawing of the United States Brooklyn-class light cruiser, of which there were nine. The Brooklyn-class design had a large influence on subsequent cruiser designs, both large cruisers and light.Ann and Mildred Stahlman, the daughters of the president of
Schematic drawing of the United States Brooklyn-class light cruiser, of which there were nine. The Brooklyn-class design had a large influence on subsequent cruiser designs, both large cruisers and light.Ann and Mildred Stahlman, the daughters of the president of 'The Nashville Banner,' a prominent Nashville newspaper, prepare to christen the cruiser Nashville 2 Oct 1937 at Camden, New Jersey, United States.
The cruiser Nashville began slipping down the ways after several nervous, motionless moments following christening at the New York Shipbuilding Corporation in Camden, New Jersey, United States, 2 Oct 1937.View from the battleship USS New York with USS Arkansas and cruisers USS Brooklyn and Nashville behind as they leave Reykjavik, Iceland after escorting the US Marine landing force there, 12 Jul 1941.
The cruiser Nashville began slipping down the ways after several nervous, motionless moments following christening at the New York Shipbuilding Corporation in Camden, New Jersey, United States, 2 Oct 1937.View from the battleship USS New York with USS Arkansas and cruisers USS Brooklyn and Nashville behind as they leave Reykjavik, Iceland after escorting the US Marine landing force there, 12 Jul 1941.
Nashville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 1 Apr 1942. Note her modified Measure 12 paint scheme. Photo 1 of 2.Nashville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 1 Apr 1942. Note her modified Measure 12 paint scheme. Photo 2 of 2.
Nashville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 1 Apr 1942. Note her modified Measure 12 paint scheme. Photo 1 of 2.Nashville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 1 Apr 1942. Note her modified Measure 12 paint scheme. Photo 2 of 2.
Aft flight deck of USS Hornet while en route to the launching point of the Doolittle Raid, Apr 1942; note USS Gwin and USS Nashville nearbyB-25 Mitchell bombers aboard USS Hornet, Apr 1942, photo 8 of 9
Aft flight deck of USS Hornet while en route to the launching point of the Doolittle Raid, Apr 1942; note USS Gwin and USS Nashville nearbyB-25 Mitchell bombers aboard USS Hornet, Apr 1942, photo 8 of 9
B-25 Mitchell bombers aboard USS Hornet, Apr 1942, photo 9 of 9USS Gwin and USS Nashville underway, escorting the Doolittle Raiders, Apr 1942
B-25 Mitchell bombers aboard USS Hornet, Apr 1942, photo 9 of 9USS Gwin and USS Nashville underway, escorting the Doolittle Raiders, Apr 1942
Light cruiser USS Nashville bombarding Kiska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 7 Aug 1942Cruiser USS Nashville off Mare Island, California, United States, 4 Aug 1943. Note her Measure 21 paint scheme which is all-over sea blue.
Light cruiser USS Nashville bombarding Kiska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 7 Aug 1942Cruiser USS Nashville off Mare Island, California, United States, 4 Aug 1943. Note her Measure 21 paint scheme which is all-over sea blue.
Aerial view of the cruiser USS Nashville underway, Pacific 1944United States Army General Douglas MacArthur walking to the flag bridge on USS Nashville to observe landing operations at Hollandia in Humboldt Bay, New Guinea, 22 Apr 1944.
Aerial view of the cruiser USS Nashville underway, Pacific 1944United States Army General Douglas MacArthur walking to the flag bridge on USS Nashville to observe landing operations at Hollandia in Humboldt Bay, New Guinea, 22 Apr 1944.
Workmen inspecting the hull damage to USS Nashville in Jun 1944 after a bomb near-miss in the Bismarck Sea on 4 Jun 1944. Photo probably taken at Seeadler Harbor, Manus Island. Note the shrapnel splatter pattern.Cruiser USS Nashville in floating drydock ABSD-1 at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides late Jun 1944. Nashville was having hull damage repaired after a close bomb near-miss in the Bismarck Sea on 4 Jun 1944.
Workmen inspecting the hull damage to USS Nashville in Jun 1944 after a bomb near-miss in the Bismarck Sea on 4 Jun 1944. Photo probably taken at Seeadler Harbor, Manus Island. Note the shrapnel splatter pattern.Cruiser USS Nashville in floating drydock ABSD-1 at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides late Jun 1944. Nashville was having hull damage repaired after a close bomb near-miss in the Bismarck Sea on 4 Jun 1944.
Cruiser USS Nashville shortly after her repairs at Espiritu Santo, Jul 1944. Note the OS2U Kingfisher float planes on her catapults and her new Measure 33, Design 21D paint scheme.Cruiser USS Nashville arriving in Sydney harbor, Australia, 18 Jul 1944. Note the OS2U Kingfisher float planes on her catapults and her new Measure 33, Design 21D paint scheme.
Cruiser USS Nashville shortly after her repairs at Espiritu Santo, Jul 1944. Note the OS2U Kingfisher float planes on her catapults and her new Measure 33, Design 21D paint scheme.Cruiser USS Nashville arriving in Sydney harbor, Australia, 18 Jul 1944. Note the OS2U Kingfisher float planes on her catapults and her new Measure 33, Design 21D paint scheme.
United States Army General Douglas MacArthur and Navy Rear Admiral Daniel Barbey leaving USS Nashville aboard an LCM to inspect the landing beaches on Morotai, 15 Sep 1944.Kenney (center) and MacArthur (right) aboard USS Nashville off Leyte, Philippines, Oct 1944
United States Army General Douglas MacArthur and Navy Rear Admiral Daniel Barbey leaving USS Nashville aboard an LCM to inspect the landing beaches on Morotai, 15 Sep 1944.Kenney (center) and MacArthur (right) aboard USS Nashville off Leyte, Philippines, Oct 1944

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