THE BATTLESHIP USS WISCONSIN BB-64
IS NOT MAINTAINED
OR CONTROLLED BY THE USS WISCONSIN BB-64 ASSOCIATION.
NAUTICUS, THE NATIONAL MARITIME CENTER www.nauticus.org
HAS THIS RESPONSIBILITY.
TO ARRANGE FOR MILITARY CEREMONIES OR FLAG FLYING
CONTACT THE FOLLOWING URL:
WELCOME ABOARD OUR WEBSITE
We, the Men and Women of the USS Wisconsin (BB-64) Association, pledge our
to the Men and Women of our Armed Forces.
We pray that God will watch over you and bring all of you home safely to your families.
God Bless You and God Bless America
Deacon Robert Simpson, former Chaplain, USS Wisconsin Association
on the following to see the Ships
Click on the following to see the Plaque placed
over the Spot where the ship was hit on March 15, 1952.
THIS IS THE OFFICIAL
WEBSITE OF THE
We are the only officially recognized association from the USS WISCONSIN. Our goal is to maintain the history and to participate in decisions regarding the disposition of our ship. You, too, can be part of the history of our ship by joining our great Association.
This web-site belongs to all crewmembers of the
USS WISCONSIN. We will try through this site to help you relive your time aboard
this magnificent and most powerful battleship.
"THE ULTIMATE WARSHIP"
We, of the USS WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION, are proud to have served aboard this mighty Battleship.
The purpose of the Association, as stated in its by-laws, is "to foster and strengthen the fraternal, civic and patriotic bonds among former shipmates who have served in USS WISCONSIN, and their families, and to provide mutual aid to benefit to its membership. . . .
On March 10, 1998, the President of the USS WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION commissioned this site as www.usswisconsin.org . Hopefully this web-site will enlighten all people world-wide to the awesome power and strength of all our Battleships.
We hope that this site will attract all former crew members to the USS WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION.
Since April 1944, when the USS WISCONSIN was first commissioned, she has served her country as a most formidable warship. Whether active or inactive, she was always on the ready, waiting to be called. Her military life, although short, was effectual gaining for her an outstanding list of accomplishments and a proud heritage. She served gallantly in World War II, Korea and the Gulf War.
USS WISCONSIN is berth at, Nauticus
The National Maritime Center, Norfolk Virginia. Our association is
thrilled with her permanent home.
ship is now partially open to the public. Refer to the Nauticus website,
for additional information and admission prices.
Join our Association and enjoy the camaraderie along with your former shipmates. Full membership in our Association is open to all former crew members. Associate membership is available to family members and battleship enthusiasts. It's fun, it's exciting and you get to meet your old shipmates at our biennial reunions. Check out our reunion page for the next upcoming reunion.
Take a stroll back in history and walk her decks once more.
Browse through over 5989 pictures.
She was and still is the GREATEST!!!
If you have pictures of your time aboard our
ship, send them to me, Dom Menta. I will scan them, put them online, and return the
originals to you.
Be sure to check out our
Information about our ship, etc.
United States Navy Memorial, is offering free enrollment into the Navy Log.
Two dates that will
Live in Infamy
USS WISCONSIN BB-64
is now berth at Nauticus The National Maritime Center and the Hampton Roads Naval Museum in
For information on touring the USS Wisconsin, Hampton Roads Naval Museum and Nauticus, please click the button below.
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113 Village View CT.
Tannersville, PA. 18372
USS WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 227
Marion, MS 39342
Web-Administrator and Association Historian: Dom Menta
Association Emblem designed by Ed Maul, T. Div. 1951-1955
Anchors Aweigh / Marine Hymn -Zimmerman
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