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A Curtiss Model AB-2 airplane catapulted off the deck of the USS North Carolina on July 12, 1916. The first time an aircraft was ever launched by catapult from a warship while underway was from the North Carolina on November 5, 1915.

A Curtiss Model AB-2 airplane catapulted off the deck of the USS North Carolina on July 12, 1916. The first time an aircraft was ever launched by catapult from a warship while underway was from the North Carolina on November 5, 1915.

Aerial view of the battleship USS North Carolina photographed during antiaircraft training. (U.S. Navy Photograph.)

Aerial view of the battleship USS North Carolina photographed during antiaircraft training. (U.S. Navy Photograph.)

North Carolina's forward turrets and conning tower, May 1941

[Photo] USS North Carolina's forward turrets and conning tower, May 1941

Aerial view of USS North Carolina off the US east coast 17 April 1942.

Aerial view of USS North Carolina off the US east coast 17 April 1942.

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