She was also present at the Battle of Okinawa, where it was hit by a kamikaze plane, but was able to remain in action.
After the war, the Maryland was used for training and as a target ship before being decommissioned in 1947. The ship became scrapped in 1959.
Overall, the USS Maryland played a significant role in the Pacific War, participating in several major engagements, and demonstrated its durability by remaining in action despite being hit by a Kamikaze. The ship was a testament to the skill of its crew and the effectiveness of American naval engineering.
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