Profile plans for the Clemson-class flush-deck four-stack destroyersUSS Reuben James at anchor in Bar Harbor, Maine, United States, 4 Jul 1923Destroyer USS Reuben James, circa 1932.Four-stack destroyer USS Reuben James upon being recommissioned at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 9 May 1932.
Profile plans for the Clemson-class flush-deck four-stack destroyersUSS Reuben James at anchor in Bar Harbor, Maine, United States, 4 Jul 1923Destroyer USS Reuben James, circa 1932.Four-stack destroyer USS Reuben James upon being recommissioned at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 9 May 1932.
Four-stack destroyer USS Reuben James underway, 1930s.USS Reuben James underway, 29 Apr 1939.Destroyer USS Reuben James aground on Cay Lobos off the north shore of Cuba, 30 Nov 1939. She was floated off the next day. Photo 1 of 2.Destroyer USS Reuben James aground on Cay Lobos off the north shore of Cuba, 30 Nov 1939. She was floated off the next day. Photo 2 of 2.
Four-stack destroyer USS Reuben James underway, 1930s.USS Reuben James underway, 29 Apr 1939.Destroyer USS Reuben James aground on Cay Lobos off the north shore of Cuba, 30 Nov 1939. She was floated off the next day. Photo 1 of 2.Destroyer USS Reuben James aground on Cay Lobos off the north shore of Cuba, 30 Nov 1939. She was floated off the next day. Photo 2 of 2.
USS Reuben James transiting the Panama Canal at the Gaillard Cut (now known as the Culebra Cut), late Oct 1934.
USS Reuben James transiting the Panama Canal at the Gaillard Cut (now known as the Culebra Cut), late Oct 1934.
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