USS Dale (DD-353) from above, mid 1930s
Here we see the Farragut class destroyer USS Dale (DD-353) from above, giving us a good view of the layout of her decks. Compared to the previous flushdeck types she has a much more complex superstructure, with raised platforms around the funnels giving space for extra firepower including her fifth main gun.
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Rickard, J (4 September 2020), USS Dale (DD-353) from above, mid 1930s , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_USS_Dale_DD353_above.html