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USS Missouri leading USS Iowa into Tokyo Bay, Japan, 30 Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2; note destroyer USS Nicholas in escortUSS Missouri leading USS Iowa into Tokyo Bay, Japan, 30 Aug 1945, photo 2 of 2; note USS Nicholas and another destroyer in escortSilhouette of USS Iowa, as seen from USS Missouri, in Tokyo Bay during the Japanese surrender ceremonies, Tokyo, Japan, 2 Sep 1945. Iowa was the Fleet’s lead communications ship at the time.Battleships USS Iowa (bottom) and USS Maryland (top) alongside Pier 91 in Seattle, Washington, United States, 17 Oct 1945.
USS Missouri leading USS Iowa into Tokyo Bay, Japan, 30 Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2; note destroyer USS Nicholas in escortUSS Missouri leading USS Iowa into Tokyo Bay, Japan, 30 Aug 1945, photo 2 of 2; note USS Nicholas and another destroyer in escortSilhouette of USS Iowa, as seen from USS Missouri, in Tokyo Bay during the Japanese surrender ceremonies, Tokyo, Japan, 2 Sep 1945. Iowa was the Fleet’s lead communications ship at the time.Battleships USS Iowa (bottom) and USS Maryland (top) alongside Pier 91 in Seattle, Washington, United States, 17 Oct 1945.
Battleship USS Iowa on display in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 24 May 1947. Note San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and Yerba Buena Island in the background.Commander Task Force 77, Rear Admiral J.J. Clark, second from left, and other task force commanders listening to Commander 7th Fleet, Vice Admiral Robert Briscoe, right, during the Korean War, 1952.USS Iowa off Korea, 1952USS Iowa departing Wonsan harbor, Korea, 18 Apr 1952; note HO3S helicopter on aft deck
Battleship USS Iowa on display in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 24 May 1947. Note San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and Yerba Buena Island in the background.Commander Task Force 77, Rear Admiral J.J. Clark, second from left, and other task force commanders listening to Commander 7th Fleet, Vice Admiral Robert Briscoe, right, during the Korean War, 1952.USS Iowa off Korea, 1952USS Iowa departing Wonsan harbor, Korea, 18 Apr 1952; note HO3S helicopter on aft deck
USS Iowa underway off Wonsan, Korea, 27 Apr 1952Carrier USS Philippine Sea, destroyer USS Barton, and battleship USS Iowa in the Sea of Japan, 1 Jul 1952USS Iowa bombarding communist positions, Korea, 1952USS Iowa bombarding communist positions off northern Korea, 10 Sep 1952
USS Iowa underway off Wonsan, Korea, 27 Apr 1952Carrier USS Philippine Sea, destroyer USS Barton, and battleship USS Iowa in the Sea of Japan, 1 Jul 1952USS Iowa bombarding communist positions, Korea, 1952USS Iowa bombarding communist positions off northern Korea, 10 Sep 1952
USS Iowa underway, circa Oct-Nov 1952USS Iowa firing off Koje (now Geoje), Korea, 17 Oct 1952USS Iowa entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii with her rails manned as she prepares to pass the sunken USS Arizona, 28 Oct 1952Tugboats escorting USS Iowa in Pearl Harbor, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Nov 1952
USS Iowa underway, circa Oct-Nov 1952USS Iowa firing off Koje (now Geoje), Korea, 17 Oct 1952USS Iowa entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii with her rails manned as she prepares to pass the sunken USS Arizona, 28 Oct 1952Tugboats escorting USS Iowa in Pearl Harbor, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Nov 1952
USS Iowa off Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Nov 1952USS Iowa (foreground) and sister-ship USS New Jersey on maneuvers in the Atlantic, mid-1950s.USS Iowa (foreground), USS Wisconsin, USS Missouri, and USS New Jersey (background) off the Virginia Capes, Virginia, United States, 7 Jun 1954Inactivated US Navy battleships Iowa and Wisconsin docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 26 Feb 1982
USS Iowa off Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Nov 1952USS Iowa (foreground) and sister-ship USS New Jersey on maneuvers in the Atlantic, mid-1950s.USS Iowa (foreground), USS Wisconsin, USS Missouri, and USS New Jersey (background) off the Virginia Capes, Virginia, United States, 7 Jun 1954Inactivated US Navy battleships Iowa and Wisconsin docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 26 Feb 1982

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