Examples of USS Maine in the following topics:
- After the mysterious sinking of the American USS Maine in Havana harbor, political pressures from the Democratic Party forced Republican President William McKinley's administration into a war he had wished to avoid.
- Although the main issue of the war was Cuban independence, the ten-week long battle took place in both the Caribbean and the Pacific.
- During the administration of William McKinley, the USS Maine was sent to Havana on a "courtesy visit", designed to remind the Spanish of American concern over the rough-handling of the insurrection.
- The Maine was probably destroyed by an accidental internal explosion, but most Americans believed the Spanish were responsible.
- On February 15, 1898, the battleship USS Maine exploded in Havana Harbor.
- In 1898, the American battleship USS Maine was destroyed by an explosion in the Cuban Harbor of Havana.
- Fidel Castro blamed the United States and compared the incident to the 1898 sinking of the USS Maine (ACR-16), which had precipitated the Spanish–American War, though admitting he could provide no evidence for his accusation.
- However the day before the proposal was delivered (November 27 in Japan), on November 26 in Japan, the main Japanese attack fleet left port for Pearl Harbor.
- Navy battleship USS California (BB-44) slowly sinking alongside Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (USA), as a result of bomb and torpedo damage, December 7, 1941.
- The destroyer USS Shaw (DD-373) is burning in the floating dry dock YFD-2 in the left distance.
- The battleship USS Nevada (BB-36) is beached in the left-center distance.
- They fought through several lines until reaching the main German defensive line in mid-November.
August 15, 1945, Japan surrendered, with the surrender documents finally signed
aboard the deck of the American battleship USS Missouri on September 2,
1945, ending the war.
- Japanese foreign affairs minister Mamoru Shigemitsu signs the Japanese Instrument of Surrender on board the USS Missouri, 2 September 1945.
- Japanese Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu signs the Instrument of Surrender on behalf of the Japanese Government, on board USS Missouri (BB-63), September 2, 1945.
- Within a day of the suppression of the rebellion, the local militia and three companies of artillery were joined by detachments of men from the USS Natchez and USS Warren, which were anchored in Norfolk, and militias from counties in Virginia and North Carolina surrounding Southampton.
- Navy during the early phases of the blockade occurred on April 24, 1861, when the sloop USS Cumberland and a small flotilla of support ships began seizing Confederate ships and privateers off the Virginia coastline.
- Only the timely entry of the new Union ironclad USS Monitor forestalled the threat.
- Bottom Left: US aircraft carrier USS Yorktown (CV-5) burning after first Japanese aircraft attack at Midway.
- Bottom Right: Flight deck of USS Hornet (CV-8) on the morning of 4 June 1942.