It was very cloudy and overcast when I
arrived, but it
didn't rain and the skies cleared later in the afternoon.
All decked out in Red, White and Blue
she looked ready for recommissioning!
A steady stream of visitors made their way
all morning to participate in the opening ceremonies.
Patriotic Stars and Stripes were
on this glorious day!
The U.S. Army Band played great in
shadow of those Big Navy Guns!
A shot of the crowd on the
bow during the
Another view of the crowd from the Main
A fireboat renders a salute during the
A picture of former crewman who
for the ceremonies.
The Ships Store, still in it's original
onboard, did a brisk
business that day.
They have lots of Battleship souvenirs
available, to see a list of items available
through the Ships Store
visit the Home
Port Alliance's website by clicking Here.
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