USS Arkansas BB-33
Gilbert F. Holcomb, U.S.N. Collection
Life aboard the USS Arkansas (1917-1919)
Page 1

The wake from the USS Arkansas.



USS Arkansas firing her 12" guns during gunnery practice.



USS Arkansas seen in rough seas from an unidentified U.S. Warship.



USS Arkansas seen in rough seas from an unidentified U.S. Warship.



USS Arkansas (center) seen at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.



These photos are from the photo album of Gilbert F. Holcomb (1893-1973) who served on the USS Arkansas
from 1917-1919. Many were taken by him and show what life was like on the battleship for the regular
seaman. The photos taken by him have never been published before.

MaritimeQuest is grateful to his daughter Karen Holcomb Cloherty for the time and effort she spent scanning
and organizing these photos and for allowing us to be the first to publish them.

(Photos © Karen Holcomb Cloherty All Rights Reserved)



All we have of freedom, all we use or know, this our fathers bought for us long and long ago.
-Rudyard Kipling


Gilbert F. Holcomb, U.S.N. Collection
Page 1

Page published Aug. 17, 2007




久久天天躁夜夜躁狠狠_在线高清视频不卡无码_性爱网