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Harpoon missile launchers aboard New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004, photo 2 of 2Interior of New JerseyInterior of New JerseyInterior of one of New Jersey
Harpoon missile launchers aboard New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004, photo 2 of 2Interior of New Jersey's middle turret, 14 Jun 2004, photo 1 of 2Interior of New Jersey's middle turret, 14 Jun 2004, photo 2 of 2Interior of one of New Jersey's secondary gun turrets, 14 Jun 2004
New JerseyOne of the many secondary gun turrets aboard battleship New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004Powder bag for New JerseyPowder bag for New Jersey
New Jersey's secondary gun turrets as seen from the superstructure, 14 Jun 2004One of the many secondary gun turrets aboard battleship New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004Powder bag for New Jersey's main guns, 14 Jun 2004, photo 1 of 2Powder bag for New Jersey's main guns, 14 Jun 2004, photo 2 of 2
Shell used by battleship New JerseyShells used by battleship New JerseyTomahawk missile launchers aboard New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004, photo 1 of 2Tomahawk missile launchers aboard New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004, photo 2 of 2
Shell used by battleship New Jersey's main guns, 14 Jun 2004Shells used by battleship New Jersey's secondary guns, 14 Jun 2004Tomahawk missile launchers aboard New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004, photo 1 of 2Tomahawk missile launchers aboard New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004, photo 2 of 2
View out of the bridge window aboard New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004Walkway leading up to battleship New Jersey the museum, 14 Jun 2004Arbeit Macht Frei gate at Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, Germany, Sep 2004Bradley
View out of the bridge window aboard New Jersey, 14 Jun 2004Walkway leading up to battleship New Jersey the museum, 14 Jun 2004Arbeit Macht Frei gate at Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, Germany, Sep 2004Bradley's gravesite at Arlington, VA, USA, 22 Nov 2004
A car of similar model to which Heydrich was riding when he was assassinated, Army Museum Ziskov, Prague, Czech Republic, 2005Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group Japanese Type 92 heavy machine gun on display at the Yushukan Museum on the grounds of the Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, 2005
A car of similar model to which Heydrich was riding when he was assassinated, Army Museum Ziskov, Prague, Czech Republic, 2005Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group 'Flying Tigers', photo 1 of 2Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group 'Flying Tigers', photo 2 of 2; note serial number 0543Japanese Type 92 heavy machine gun on display at the Yushukan Museum on the grounds of the Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, 2005

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