- Author:Thomas Walkowiak,Robert F. Sumrall
- Publisher:Naval Inst Pr; 1st American Edition edition (April 1, 1989)
- Pages:192 pages
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The Iowa Class Battleships: Iowa, New Jersey, Missouri & Wisconsin (Weapons and Warfare). Other than that perhaps more color profiles from Walkowiak such as the one on the cover and it would been THE reference on the Iowa class
The Iowa Class Battleships: Iowa, New Jersey, Missouri & Wisconsin (Weapons and Warfare). Other than that perhaps more color profiles from Walkowiak such as the one on the cover and it would been THE reference on the Iowa class. The photograph selection is second to none, do wish some of them had been made larger, but the number given plus the depth of detail shown more than make up for it.
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This volume is a compilation of technical data on the four ships of the Iowa class and a study of the design changes and construction processes of the two ships that were cancelled. It also charts the careers of the Iowa, New Jersey, Wisconsin and Missouri from inception to 2002. It also charts the careers of the "Iowa", "New Jersey", "Wisconsin" and "Missouri" from inception to 2002.
S. Navy photo & partial text from the book "IOWA CLASS BATTLESHIPS-Their Design, Weapons and Equipment" by Robert F. Sumrall & Tom Walkowiak, submitted by Mike Green. In this photograph of the Iowa (BB-61), taken 30 September 1940, construction of the double and triple bottoms is clearly shown. The tunnel stern begins to take shape aft as the half siding for the keel rises on the plating supports. Note the prefabricated sections of the double and triple bottoms stacked aft ready to be dropped into place.
Iowa Class Battleships. Their Design, Weapons and Equipment. by Robert F. Sumrall, Thomas Walkowiak. Published April 1989 by Naval Institute Press.
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