1 Waterside Dr # 100
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Our association is thrilled with her permanent home. Presently the public will only be allowed to walk her main decks, and three decks above. They will be able to get a close-up view of her massive 16" guns. At the present time, below decks areas will be off limits to the general public. Eventually she will become a floating museum and have internal tours. Join our Association and enjoy the camaraderie along with your former shipmates. Full membership in our Association is open to all former crew members. Associate membership is available to family members and battleship enthusiasts. It's fun, it's exciting and you get to meet your old shipmates at our biennial reunions. Check out our reunion page for the next upcoming reunion. Take a stroll back in history and walk her decks once more. Browse through over 5332 pictures. She was and still is the GREATEST!!!

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