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Namespaces File Discussion. Views View Edit History. This page was last edited on 26 August , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. She saw a brief period of respite from fighting in early Dec at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, conducting training exercises. After a period of training off southern California, United States, she returned to the South Pacific in late Apr to support the Okinawa, Japan invasion that was already in progress.
During the night of 17 to 18 Jul, she bombarded industrial targets in the Hitachi-Mito area 13 kilometers northeast of Tokyo, Japan.
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Her Marines detachment, supported by sailors, assisted in the occupation of the Yokosuka-Tokyo area of Japan. She underwent deactivation overhaul at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and was decommissioned in Jan She was turned over to the government of the state of Alabama, United States to be operated as a museum ship, and the battleship began her life in that capacity starting in at Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama, United States, where she still remains today.
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Anonymous says: 24 Jun PM Yup been there! I live in southern Alabama, so i've been to it quiet a few times actually. It's as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside. And it isn't all about looks, this ship had seen combat and done a fine job of it.
My respects to the USS Alabama and it's crew!