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Could America's Old Battleships Sink the Navy's New 'Stealth' Destroyers?

Robert Farley Security, We found out.  No one has ever hit an Iowa class battleship with 150 6” shells over the course of 30 minutes. However, World War II offers some experience; the German battleship Bismarck underwent an even more vicious storm of fire and steel, and the Japanese battleship Hiei suffered something similar. Both ships survived the initial onslaught, but were disabled and later sank.
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