USS Pennsylvania Firing At The Iwo Jima Landing

Photo taken 8 June 1940, as Texas (BB-35) takes on midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Acadamy for their summer cruise. This may have been the last pre-war midshipman cruise due to World War II. Note that she still has the range clock, her open casemates, and what looks like an admiral's flag flying from the mainmast.

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