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BB-32 USS WYOMING
WW I Cruise Book, Pg. 3


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WW I Cruise Book, Pg. 1
WW I Cruise Book, Pg. 2
WW I Cruise Book, Pg. 4


Wyoming Class Battleship: Displacement 26,000 Tons, Dimensions, 562' (oa) x 93' 3" x 29' 7" (Max). Armament 12 x 12"/50 21 x 5"/51, 2 x 21" tt. Armor, 11" Belt, 12" Turrets, 3" Decks, 11 1/2" Conning Tower. Machinery, 28,000 SHP; Direct Drive Turbines, 4 screws. Speed, 20.5 Knots, Crew 1063.

Operational and Building Data: Laid down by Cramp, Shipbuilding, Philadelphia, PA., February 9, 1910. Launched May 25 1911. Commissioned September 25, 1912. Decommissioned May 21, 1930. Recommissioned & Reclassified as Gunnery Training Ship (AG-17) July 1, 1931. Decommissioned August 1, 1947. Stricken September 16, 1947.
Fate: Sold October 30, 1947 and broken up for scrap in Newark NJ.
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BB-32 Wyoming94kRoster of Navigators Division. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming79k"The Drift Line". The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming94kRoster of Construction & Repair Division. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming80k"C. & R. Stuff". The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming78kRoster of Supply Department. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming88k"Me & You" of the day. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming63kRoster of the Medical Division. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming83k"Ship's Routine in the Sick Bay". The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming83kRoster of Mess Attendants. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming94kRoster of the Marine Detachment. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming73k"Telling it to the Marines". The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming87k"The Ship's Band". The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming82kAn Appreciation. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming87kThe Staff of Editors. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming67kShip's Officers. The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming92k"In the War Zone". The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming75k"Poem". The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming72k"Poem, continued". The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming89k"The Wyoming & the Grand Fleet,1." The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming104k"The Wyoming & the Grand Fleet, 2." The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming98k"The Wyoming & the Grand Fleet, 3." The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.
BB-32 Wyoming93k"The Wyoming & the Grand Fleet, 4." The photos in this collection are dedicated in the memory of E. J. Stewart, seaman, fourth division, whose copy of the book was scanned and submitted by his son. Photo submitted by Ted Horrell.

Additional Wyoming Images
1 General View Of Wyoming From The Library Of Congress Server.

USS WYOMING BB-32 History
View This Vessels DANFS History Entry
(Located On The Hazegray & Underway Web Site, This Is The Main Archive For The DANFS Online Project.)

Crew Contact And Reunion Information

Contact Name: Mr. John Winters
Address: 16117 Kellogg Rd Bowling Green, OH, 43402-9780
Phone: 419-823-7524
E-mail: None


Note About Contacts.

The contact listed, Was the contact at the time for this ship when located. If another person now is the contact, E-mail me and I will update this entry. These contacts are compiled from various sources over a long period of time and may or may not be correct. Every effort has been made to list the newest contact if more than one contact was found.


Additional Resources
Hazegray & Underway Battleship Pages By Andrew Toppan.
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