USS Kidd (DD-661) - 1986

USS Kidd (DD-661), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was the first ship of the United States Navy to be named after Rear Admiral Isaac C. Kidd, who died on the bridge of his flagship USS Arizona during the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. On this image it's floating on the shore of Mississippi river in Baton Rouge, the "Horace Wilkinson Bridge" is in the background. To be clear, I'm a convinced pacifist.

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Jaap van 't Veen said:

Nostalgic one Berny.
Take care and stay safe.
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Berny replied to Jaap van 't Veen:

Thank you Jaap, have a great day!
7 weeks ago

Jean said:

Beautiful B&W
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Berny replied to Jean:

Many thanks Jean and stay safe!
7 weeks ago

Malik Raoulda said:

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Berny replied to Malik Raoulda:

Thanks Malik!
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Wierd Folkersma said:

no nostalgy ;))
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Berny replied to Wierd Folkersma:

I hate war and all related weapons......
7 weeks ago

Marko Novosel said:

Hey Berny,remember Tito's Galeb from Rijeka..finally they started renovating,it will be a museum. ;)
7 weeks ago

Berny replied to Marko Novosel:

So many thanks for the interesting link, Marko! Unfortunately there was no chance to go on board when I was in Rijeka.
7 weeks ago

©UdoSm said:

Das Schiff hat wohl gerade zu wenig zerstörende Munition geladen, daher die viele Luft unter dem Bug...
Die Wolkenstimmung ist großartig und passend...
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Berny replied to ©UdoSm:

Vielen Dank! Sitzt wohl dort fix auf bei diesem Wasserstand, ist ja ein Museumsschiff.
7 weeks ago ( translate )

LutzP said:

high and (almost) dry. Tolle Wolken
7 weeks ago

Berny replied to LutzP:

Dürfte gerade ziemlich Niedrigwasser gewesen sein....Danke!
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Richard Chamberlain said:

Great history.
7 weeks ago