South Dakota Class

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South Dakota Class Battleship Profile Drawings by George Bieda

The South Dakota Class consisted of four ships, USS South Dakota BB 57, USS Indiana BB 58, USS Massachusetts BB 59, and USS Alabama BB 60.  These ships were all commissioned in 1942, and decommissioned in 1947.  While under construction, the SOUTH DAKOTA was known as Battleship X to keep her identity hidden from the Japanese.  Both the SOUTH DAKOTA and INDIANA were sold and broken up for scrap in the early 1960s.  USS Massachusetts has been preserved as a memorial in Fall River, MA, as has USS Alabama, in Mobile, AL.

Shown below are three ships in the in this class, all with the camo paint scheme they wore in 1943.  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click on your browser's BACK button to return here.  Be sure to select a ship and framing options when ordering!  The "Years Served Aboard" info you enter will determine the ship's configuration and paint scheme.

Profile drawing of the USS South Dakota BB 57 by George Bieda Profile drawing of the USS Indiana BB 58 by George Bieda Profile drawing of the USS Alabama BB 60 by George Bieda
USS South Dakota BB 57 USS Indiana BB 58 USS Alabama BB 60

The South Dakota Class Battleship Profiles
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