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Battleship USS Iowa Museum Updates

Battleship USS IOWA: Behind The Behind The Scenes

Sunday Funday! Thought you might enjoy a little behind the scenes on our behind the scenes videos. Many of the spaces we’re showing you are tricky to access. We’re pretty sure sailors back in the day hustled up and down ladders much more quickly than our team did. In...

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Education Resources

Battleship IOWA Fuel Consumption Lesson

Battleship IOWA Museum's education team has released another cool virtual lesson for students, parents, and teachers. Are you curious How much fuel a battleship uses in comparison with a car or truck? How many miles can it sail when it’s "topped off?" What what kind...

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Battleship IOWA Virtual Conversion Project

Inspired by the arrival of USNS Mercy, our education team got together with LAUSD’s Office of Outdoor and Environmental Education to create another amazing virtual learning opportunity consisting of five lessons that can be used individually or as a whole unit of...

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Battleship Word Search

Students, parents, and teachers! Looking for more fun educational resources? Battleship IOWA Museum's education department is busy prepping new content, but in the meantime, we've got a battleship-themed word search for you. You can do it online or use the printable...

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Navy / Surface Navy

Hawaii Based Ships to Sortie Ahead of Hurricane Douglas

PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (NNS) -- Rear Adm. Robert Chadwick, commander, Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific, announced that U.S. Navy ships and submarines based in Hawaii not currently undergoing maintenance availabilities have begun plans to sortie as Hurricane Douglas...

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Nimitz Carrier Strike Group Enters 5th Fleet

INDIAN OCEAN (NNS) (NNS) -- INDIAN OCEAN (NNS) – The aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68), the flagship of the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group (CSG), entered the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations (AOO), July 24. Deploying ships and aircraft of the strike group,...

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