In Service

An aerial view of the battleship New Jersey from dead ahead. 31 August 1944.

A nice stern view of the ship.


An overhead view of the battleship New Jersey. 31 August 1944.


The battleship New Jersey at anchor.


A dead ahead look at the New Jersey while at anchor.

The New Jersey being overhauled at the Puget Sound Navy Shipyard in Bremerton, WA. 24 June 1945.


The New Jersey being overhauled at the Puget Sound Navy Shipyard in Bremerton, WA. 24 June 1945.

A view from dead ahead while at the Puget Sound Navy Yard. 24 June 1945.


An close up of the battleship New Jersey's bridge and superstructure taken while at the Puget Sound Navy Yard while undergoing an inclining experiment. 24 June 1945.

A view of the battleship New Jersey's after superstructure. 24 June 1945.


The battleship New Jersey's superstructure midsection between the two funnels. 24 June 1945.

While being overhauled at the Puget Sound Navy Yard, the battleship New Jersey underwent inclining tests. The rails installed on the aft deck are used to move weights from side to side shifting the ship's center of gravity which enables the engineer's to calculate the ship's incline curves. 24 June 1945.


A nice view of the aft deck during the inclining test. The weights on the rails are clearly visible. 24 June 1945.

After undergoing an overhaul at the Puget Sound Navy Yard, the battleship New Jersey exercises in Puget Sound. The ship is kicking up a large stern wake while making 19 knots. 30 June 1945.


The New Jersey anchored in Puget Sound after undergoing an overhaul at the Puget Sound Navy Yard. 2 July 1945.