Marshal Joseph Joffre was a French commander during World War I. Overseeing the victory at the First Battle of the Marne, Joseph Joffre served as command-in-chief of the French Army. Replaced in 1916, Joseph Joffre still received the title of Marshal of France.
USS Kentucky (BB-66) was an Iowa-class battleship that was cancelled while still under construction. In the years after World War II several plans for USS Kentucky were put forward but the vessel was later scrapped.
The Battle of Empress Augusta Bay was fought November 1-2, 1943, during the Solomon Islands Campaign of World War II and saw Allied forces defeat the Japanese off Bougainville.
USS Illinois (BB-65) was the fifth ship of the US Navy's Iowa-class of battleships. Laid down in 1945, construction of USS Illinois was later cancelled.
USS Wisconsin (BB-64) was an Iowa-class battleship that entered service in 1944 and fought in the later campaigns of World War II as well as the Korean and Gulf Wars.
Commodore Isaac Hull was an American naval officer who saw service during the Quasi-War and Barbary Wars before gaining fame as captain of USS Constitution during the War of 1812.
USS New Jersey (BB-62) was an Iowa-class battleship that entered service in 1943 and saw service in World War II. Modernized, USS New Jersey later fought off Korea and Vietnam.
Lieutenant General John M. Schofield was a Union officer that rose to prominence during the Civil War and later served as commanding general of the US Army and Secretary of War.
Admiral of the Fleet John Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe was British naval commander during World War I. Fighting in a number of imperial conflicts, John Jellicoe rose to command the Grand Fleet by the start of World War I. Leading the fleet at the Battle of Jutland, John Jellicoe later became First Sea Lord and Governor-General of New Zealand.
USS Alabama (BB-60) was a South Dakota-class battleship that entered service in 1942 and fought in multiple theaters of World War II.