Monday, April 13, 2009

Evolutionary vice revolutionary - what is it

Regular readers have heard me preach "Evolutionary, not Revolutionary" when discussing shipbuilding. The smart among you have also been following Sid's links on our past shipbuilding practices. Well, a picture is worth a thousand of my prattlings. My favorite shipbuilding period is the inter-war period Cruiser production. What a highly successful program that gave us ships that served through the Cold War.

I offer for your review from left to right, the USS Salt Lake City (CA-25) - 1929 (PENSACOLA Class), the USS Pensacola (CA-24) (PENSACOLA Class) - 1929, and the USS New Orleans (CA-32) (NEW ORLEANS) - 1935.

If you don't get it - I can't help you.

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