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Texas making 15.151 knots during the 9th run of her standardization trials, 23 Oct 1913Marine detachment of USS Texas posing at the No. 3 turret, 1914Texas in drydock, circa 1916Texas off New York City, circa 1919
Texas making 15.151 knots during the 9th run of her standardization trials, 23 Oct 1913Marine detachment of USS Texas posing at the No. 3 turret, 1914Texas in drydock, circa 1916Texas off New York City, circa 1919
Boxing match held on board battleship Texas during Battle Fleet maneuvers, off Panama, 1923Texas firing her main battery during gunnery practice, Feb 1928Secretary of the Navy Charles Francis Adams inspected Texas, Mar 1931All three of the United States Navy’s aircraft carriers at the time, Langley, Saratoga, and Lexington, along with battleships and cruisers at anchor in Colon, Panama Canal Zone, roughly 1935.
Boxing match held on board battleship Texas during Battle Fleet maneuvers, off Panama, 1923Texas firing her main battery during gunnery practice, Feb 1928Secretary of the Navy Charles Francis Adams inspected Texas, Mar 1931All three of the United States Navy’s aircraft carriers at the time, Langley, Saratoga, and Lexington, along with battleships and cruisers at anchor in Colon, Panama Canal Zone, roughly 1935.
Texas in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, en route to the US east coast, 21 Jun 1937Texas on Navy Day, 27 Oct 1940Texas in North Atlantic on convoy duty, summer 1941Battleship USS Texas off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 15 Mar 1943
Texas in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, en route to the US east coast, 21 Jun 1937Texas on Navy Day, 27 Oct 1940Texas in North Atlantic on convoy duty, summer 1941Battleship USS Texas off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 15 Mar 1943
Battleship USS Texas in the Atlantic steaming from Casco Bay, Maine to New York, New York to assume duties in escorting convoys across the Atlantic, 1 Apr 1944.USS Nevada and USS Texas in Belfast Lough, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, 14 May 1944Battleship Texas firing at targets along the Normandy coast, Jun 1944Shells fired from battleship Texas exploded near Vierville on the Normandy coast, Jun 1944
Battleship USS Texas in the Atlantic steaming from Casco Bay, Maine to New York, New York to assume duties in escorting convoys across the Atlantic, 1 Apr 1944.USS Nevada and USS Texas in Belfast Lough, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, 14 May 1944Battleship Texas firing at targets along the Normandy coast, Jun 1944Shells fired from battleship Texas exploded near Vierville on the Normandy coast, Jun 1944
A heavy German coast artillery shell fell between Texas (background) and Arkansas (foreground) off Cherbourg, France, 25 Jun 1944German and Italian prisoners of war from the Normandy campaign en route Britain on the battleship USS Texas, Jun 1944. Some are sitting due to seasickness. Note guard holding a Reising M50 submachinegun.Texas in the Hawaii area, 6 Jan 1945US Navy Captain John Litherland, former skipper of submarine SSN-775 Texas, posed at battleship Texas
A heavy German coast artillery shell fell between Texas (background) and Arkansas (foreground) off Cherbourg, France, 25 Jun 1944German and Italian prisoners of war from the Normandy campaign en route Britain on the battleship USS Texas, Jun 1944. Some are sitting due to seasickness. Note guard holding a Reising M50 submachinegun.Texas in the Hawaii area, 6 Jan 1945US Navy Captain John Litherland, former skipper of submarine SSN-775 Texas, posed at battleship Texas' bridge, Sep 2006

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