With the decommissioning of the last Iowa-class ships, no battleships remain in service (including in reserve) with any navy worldwide. A number are preserved as museum ships, either afloat or in drydock. The U.S. has a large number of battleships on display: USS Massachusetts, North Carolina, Alabama, Iowa, New Jersey, Missouri, Wisconsin and Texas. Missouri and New Jersey are now museums at Pearl Harbor and Camden, New Jersey, respectively. Wisconsin was removed from the Naval Vessel Register in 2006 and now serves as a museum ship in Norfolk, Virginia. Texas, the first battleship turned into a museum, is on display at the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site, near Houston. North Carolina is on display in Wilmington, North Carolina. Alabama is on display in Mobile, Alabama. Iowa is now a museum ship in San Pedro, California. The only other 20th Century battleship on display is the Japanese pre-Dreadnought Mikasa.
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Modern Times can refer to modern history.
It may also refer to:
- Modern Times (film), a 1936 Charlie Chaplin film
- Modern Times (Al Stewart album), a 1975 album by Al Stewart
- Modern Times (Jefferson Starship album), a 1981 album by Jefferson Starship
- Modern Times (Latin Quarter album), a 1985 album by Latin Quarter
- Modern Times (Bob Dylan album), a 2006 album by Bob Dylan
- "Modern Times" (song), a 2004 song by J-five
- Modern Times (band), a band from Luxembourg
- Modern Times (intentional community), an anarchist individualist community in 19th Century New York state
- Modern Times, a BBC Two documentary series
- Modern Times, a 1984 book by Paul Johnson
- Modern Times Group, a Swedish media company
- Tiempos Modernos, a Mexican political group that is part of the National Assembly of the Socialist Left
Famous quotes containing the words times and/or modern:
“There are two times in a mans life when he should not speculate: when he cant afford it, and when he can.”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)
“The reason for the sadness of this modern age and the men who live in it is that it looks for the truth in everything and finds it.”
—Edmond De Goncourt (18221896)