You can't even begin to imagine how absolutely MASSIVE this is. For instance, there are two jets sitting up top on the right. This is New York City's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, stationed at Pier 86 on the Hudson River. The museum opened in 1982 at Pier 86 after Zachary Fisher, a prominent New York real estate developer and philanthropist, and journalist Michael Stern succeeded in saving the Intrepid from the scrap heap in 1978. The USS Intrepid became a National Historic Landmark in 1986. In September 2001, the Intrepid served as temporary field headquarters for the FBI as it began its investigation of the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks. It is also used in the 2007 film I Am Legend, where Will Smith's character practices golf from the deck.
USS Growler (SSG-577), an early cruise missile submarine of the Grayback class, was the fourth ship of the United States Navy to be named for the growler, a large-mouth black bass. Growler was laid down on February 15, 1955 by the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard of Kittery, Maine. She was launched on April 5, 1958 sponsored by Mrs. Robert K. Byerts, widow of Commander Thomas B. Oakley, Jr., who commanded the third Growler on her 9th, 10th, and fatal 11th war patrols. After training exercises off the East Coast, Growler sailed south for her shakedown cruise, arriving at the Roosevelt Roads Naval Station, Puerto Rico, on February 19, 1959. After a brief run back to Portsmouth, she returned to the Caribbean Sea in March to train in launching Regulus I and II guided missiles.