Battleship New Jersey
Radio operators from the Battleship New Jersey are trying make contact with dozens of military and museum vessels from around the world by way of ham radio.
One of the more somber ceremonies to mark Memorial Day was held Monday on the Camden riverfront aboard the Battleship New Jersey.
The fundraiser encouraged motorcyclists to hop on their bikes and ride to the battleship where they were rewarded with a BBQ and a tour of the ship.
There was a festive, Thanksgiving mood on the Battleship New Jersey Thursday.
On Thursday, those who have served are being served.
Supporters have announced plans to give the aging museum on the Delaware riverfront in Camden a makeover.
Phil Rowan, president of the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial, says a North Jersey group has engaged in a letter-writing and publicity campaign, trying to get the historic ship relocated to New York Harbor.
The body of a female, believed to be in her late teens or early twenties, was discovered Sunday morning in the Delaware River, according to authorities in Camden County.
A 21-gun salute punctuated the solemn memorial in honor of the lives lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7th, 1941.
Andrews there’s nothing to the complaint that has been filed with the Federal Election Commission by a watchdog group alleging he used $9,000 in campaign funds to pay for a family trip to Scotland.
As America celebrates the 236th birthday of the US Navy, KYW’s Jay Lloyd is on board for weekend getaways around many of the historic naval attractions in our area.
Berthed on the Camden waterfront, the most decorated battleship in US naval history took one across the bow in Gov. Christie’s state budget.
“Well, today’s exercise is part of an ongoing training for boat operations — boarding and tactical maneuvering on large ships,” said police lieutenant Stephen Jones.
The Battleship New Jersey is closed to the public this month, but it is still open for special events and the traditional overnight visits.
A Florida grandmother injured in a fall aboard the Battleship New Jersey cannot sue its operators for damages, an appellate court has ruled.