USS Maine sailors.
The Casco-class monitor was a unique class of light draft monitor built on behalf of the United States Navy for the Mississippi theatre during the American Civil War. The largest and most ambitious ironclad program of the war, the project was dogged by delays caused by bureaucratic meddling. Twenty ships of the class were eventually built at great expense, but proved so unseaworthy when trialed that they were quickly sidelined, causing a public scandal
F4F aboard USS Wasp (CV-7)
US.Navy destroyers, at Norfolk,1907
USS SIGOURNEY (DD-81) & USS KENTUCKY (BB-6). Boston,1919.
USS Los Angeles (ZR-3) fly over USS Lexington (CV-2).
USS Illinois (BB-7) was a pre-dreadnought battleship built for the
United States Navy. She was the lead ship of the Illinois class, participated in the Great White Fleet. She ended her career as a barracks ship, broken up 1955.
USS LEA (DD-118) in 1936