The World War II-era submarine USS Pampanito, now on display at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf.
The gun deck of the World War II-era submarine USS Pampanito, now on display at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf.
One of the anchors of the USS Stewart—a World War II-era destroyer escort that’s now a museum ship at Seawolf Park, Galveston, Texas.
Visitation stones atop a Jewish aviator’s grave at the Royal Air Force Cemetery at Oakland Memorial Park in Terrell, Texas. The RAF Cemetery holds the remains of 20 aviators who died while training at the nearby No. 1 British Flying Training School during World War II.
The bow of the battleship USS Texas, now a museum ship near Houston.
Fuselage detail of a Lockheed F-104A Starfighter in the collection of the Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas.
The bow of the World War II-era Balao-class submarine USS Pampanito, now a museum ship at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf.
The USS Texas, commissioned in 1914, saw action in both World Wars, including D-Day and at Iwo Jima and is the only extant World War I-era dreadnoughts. Since 1948, she has been permanently moored adjacent to the Houston Ship Channel near the San Jacinto Monument to act as a museum ship.