Battleship New Jersey

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Cinema Tribute: The Movie Battleship

BB62 was built at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, and launched December 7, 1942- just a year after the Pearl Harbor Attack brought America into WWII.

The USS NEW JERSEY (BB62) was actually the second ship to be called “NEW JERSEY”, the first being BB16, a turn of the century (19th century) battleship. The first Battleship New Jersey (BB-16) was a Virginia class pre-dreadnought that served from 1906 until she was sunk as a bombing target in 1922. She sailed with the Great White Fleet and served her country in World War I as a training vessel.

On 20 January 2000, Secretary of the Navy Richard Danzig announced that the battleship would be donated to Home Port Alliance of Camden, N.J., for use as a museum.

New Jersey earned the Navy Unit Commendation for Vietnam service. She has received nine battle stars for World War II; four for the Korean conflict; and two for Vietnam, and three Campaign Stars for service off Beirut, Lebanon and service in the Persian Gulf, prior to Operation Desert Storm. With a total of Nineteen Battle and Campaign Stars, New Jersey is America's most decorated battleship and surviving warship.

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5 responses

  • Robert Larrazolo

    Robert Larrazolo gave props (24 Jul 2012):

    Great full length shot!

  • Joe Dunckel

    Joe Dunckel   gave props (24 Jul 2012):


  • Jerry Pittman

    Jerry Pittman gave props (30 Jul 2012):

    An awesome vessel. Great shot.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (31 Jul 2012):

    CinematiCool entry!

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight gave props (16 Sep 2012):

    This is magnificent! Can you imagine what the enemy must have thought as they saw this coming over the horizon?

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