Iowa class battleship

Four battleships of the Iowa-class battleships (BB-61 through BB-64) were built in the early 1940s in the United States.

The Iowa class were constructed at two Navy Yards:

All four ships were recommissioned in the 1980s, only to be decommissioned after a few short years of service.

Currently, three of the ships are on display at the following locations:

USS NEW JERSEY
On October 14, 2001, USS NEW JERSEY opened as a museum at Campden, NJ.

USS MISSOURI
Located 1,000 yards from USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, Missouri was opened as a museum 29 Jan 1999. The museum is operated by the USS Missouri Memorial Association, a non-profit organization.

USS WISCONSIN
Berthed in Norfolk, VA.

General Characteristics (USS Iowa)


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