USS Kidd Wasn’t Kidding Around In WW2 and that is why we made this USS Kidd Warships Of World War 2 75th Anniversary Coin in her honor. She is the last US Navy Fletcher-Class destroyer with a WW2 configuration. She is the last of a great breed of USN destroyers that helped coin the term Tin Can Sailors for those who were privileged to set sail aboard one of these warships.
“Pirate Of The Pacific”
Named after Rear Admiral Isaac C Kidd, the first flag officer to lose their life in World War 2. Admiral Kidd was on the bridge of the USS Arizona when it was attacked at Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. She is now a beautiful historic museum located at Baton Rouge, LA.
USS Kidd Wasn’t Kidding Around In WW2 with 5 x 5 inch guns and 10 x 21inch torpedo tubes she as a destroyer to be reckoned with.
USS Kidd Warships Of World War 2 75th Anniversary Coin
2020 marked the diamond 75th Anniversary of World War 2. A series of 22 collectible Warships Of World War 2 were designed by Navy Crow to honor these Americans that sailed aboard these incredible warships. The USS Kidd Warships Of World War 2 75th Anniversary Coin is one of these important coins.
Featuring the USS Kidd with its sleek lines it is displayed from the starboard side her battle stars are displayed along with the ships silhouette and bird’s eye perspective of the ship. Silver and gold metal accents are stamped in this coin seen with a gold sunburst and US flag.
Hand painted enamel with red and blue features on the US flag and deep blue seen for the water she sails upon are also present. Her nickname “Pirate Of The Pacific” is also seen.
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