Tugboats and U.S. Navy warships pictured in the Hudson River with the New York City skyline and Central Park in the background on occasion of the Navy Day on 27 October 1945. Pictured at the extreme left of the photograph is the aircraft carrier USS Midway (CVB-41) and immediately in front of her are USS Enterprise (CV-6) and USS Missouri (BB-63). Smoke lingers over the "Big E" from the 21-gun salute she rendered to USS Renshaw (DD-499) carrying the U.S. president Harry S. Truman. Renshaw is visible abeam of Midway and is trailed by the destroyers USS Welles (DD-628) and USS Hobby (DD-610) and the destroyer escort USS Finnegan (DE-307).
Aerial view of the "mothball fleet" at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington (USA), in July 1974. Several larger warships are visible (from below): USS Missouri (BB-63), USS Saint Paul (CA-73)(?), USS Hornet (CVS-12), USS Rochester (CA-124), USS Bennington (CVS-20), and USS New Jersey (BB-62). The carrier in background is (most probably) USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31).
Aerial photograph of U.S. warships docked at the U.S. Naval Repair Base, San Diego, California (USA), during World War II. Identifiable are USS Suwannee (CVE-27), USS Chenango (CVE-28), and USS Manila Bay (CVE-61).