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The blasts reverberated and the smell of gunpowder, though not any shells, carried in the brisk wind. Rowan, CEO and president of the Home Port Alliance for the USS New Jersey Inc., which operates the museum and memorial.
The crowd of about 50 people gathered on deck applauded.
At a ceremony commemorating the launch and the Dec.
7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan, a Quad 40 antiaircraft gun was fired from the warship.
“The only thing we fired before the war was a BB gun,” Collins said with a laugh.
“It was a whole new life.” Another Navy veteran who served during World War II, John Quinesso, 91, of Vineland, N.
Battleship New Jersey was the mightiest of 25 ships launched that day to commemorate Pearl Harbor Day.
Navy Veteran, Ken Kerch, left, and volunteer, Dan Lawler, clean the Quad 40 gun, Thursday, Dec.
7, 2017., minutes after firing shots from the Battleship New Jersey.
Russell Collins, 92, of Palmyra, a member of the battleship’s first crew, was happy to see at least one Quad 40 returned to the New Jersey.
He saw duty in the engine room as an 18-year-old machinist’s mate third class in 1943 and was assigned to 20mm guns.