Each state across America has its own iconic landmark that tells a special story to all who visit. When you see it, there's no wondering where you are.
The USS Alabama, aka Mighty A, served a noble career in World War II and is now permanently moored in Mobile Bay, serving as a museum ship in her namesake state. The Alabama measures half as long as the Empire State Building is tall, and has now hosted millions of visitors as part of Mobile’s Battleship Memorial Park. You may have seen her in the 2016 Nicolas Cage film “USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage,” or in the many photos taken by Alabama visitors.