JUSTIN MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY

Museum Ship Exhibit

     Welcome to the Museum Ship Exhibit.  This page consists of Links to official websites for Museum Ships. If a Museum Ship has no website, information regarding the Museum Ship is supplied instead. Museum Ships are Ships, usually warships, which have been removed from service but have been saved from the breakers to be displayed as floating museums dedicated to teaching the history of the ship and its builders, crew and era.  The links below in no way indicate any connection between the Museum Ship in question and the Justin Online Museum. This is a page of links to sites unrelated to this page provided for your information only. If you know of such a site or ship, and do not see it represented here, please advise the Curator.

Museum Ship Pages

USS Alabama BB-60, Battleshipe, I have been there, Good Museum with a Sub and also some aircraft and armor, Mobile Alabama, World War Two

USS Arizona Memorial, Memorial over sunken vessel, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, World War Two

USS Bowfin SS-287,  Submarine at Honolulu, Hawaii, World War Two, Cold War eras

USS Cod SS-224,  Submarine at Cleveland Ohio, World War Two, Cold War eras

USS Edson DD-946, Destroyer, New York, New York, Cold War

USS Growler SSG-577, Missile Submarine, New York, New York, Cold War era

USS Intrepid CV-11,  Carrier, New York, New York, World War Two

Japanese Midget Sub, Submarine Captured during Pearl Harbor Raid, located in Nimitz Museum, Fredericksburg, Texas, World War Two

USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. DD-850, Destroyer, Fall River, Massachussetts, Cold War

USS Lionfish SS-298,  Submarine, Fall River, Massachussetts, World War Two, Cold War

USS Massachussetts, BB-59, Battleship, Fall River, Massachussetts, World War Two

USS Missouri BB-63, Battleship on which the Japanese Surrender took place, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, World War Two, Cold War

USS Nautilus SSN-571, First Nuclear Submarine, Groton, Connecticut, Cold War era

USS Pampanito SS-383, Submarine at San Francisco, World War Two era

USS PT 309, Torpedo Boat located at the Nimitz Museum in Fredericksburg, Texas, World War Two era

LINKS

San Francisco National Maritime Historic Park, site of the USS Pampanito, and several 19th century sailing and steam craft and many other vessels

Back to the United States Navy Collection

Back to the Justin Museum of Military History

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http://www.justinmuseum.com/famjustin/usnunit.html 1