In 2004, the United States Navy announced that it would be allowing tourists to stay overnight on the ship. For $45 per person, the guests would sleep in a "coffin bunk" overnight, participate in drills and tours, and eat Navy chow.
Battleship New Jersey official website (http://www.battleshipnewjersey.org/index.cfm)
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The USS New Jersey tour is excellent. They show all over the ship, including the bridge, main gun turrets and the secondary guns. I would strongly recommend touring this ship.
NewJersey's final contribution to the conquest of the Marianas was in strikes on Guam and the Palaus from which she sailed for Pearl Harbor, arriving 9 August.
NewJersey sailed to the aid of troops of the Republic of Korea once more 17 August, returning to the Kansong area where for four days she provided harassing fire by night, and broke up counterattacks by day, inflicting a heavy toll on enemy troops.
NewJersey added her muscle to a major air and surface strike on Wonsan 1 May, as 7th Fleet planes both attacked the enemy and spotted for the battleship.
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