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Minelayer USS Ogala capsized at Pearl Harbor, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Dec 1941; note overturned Oklahoma upright Maryland in backgroundRemains of destroyers Cassin and Downes, 10 Dec 1941
Minelayer USS Ogala capsized at Pearl Harbor, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Dec 1941; note overturned Oklahoma upright Maryland in backgroundRemains of destroyers Cassin and Downes, 10 Dec 1941
The overturned USS Utah, sunk by torpedoes in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941. Cruiser USS Raleigh can be seen at right.Wreckage of USS Arizona, 10 Dec 1941. Photo 1 of 3
The overturned USS Utah, sunk by torpedoes in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941. Cruiser USS Raleigh can be seen at right.Wreckage of USS Arizona, 10 Dec 1941. Photo 1 of 3
Damaged P-26 aircraft and hangar at Wheeler Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 11 Dec 1941Wrecked P-40 fighters in front of the damaged Hangar #3 at Wheeler Field, Oahu, Hawaii following the Japanese Pearl Harbor attack. 11 Dec 1941 photo.
Damaged P-26 aircraft and hangar at Wheeler Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 11 Dec 1941Wrecked P-40 fighters in front of the damaged Hangar #3 at Wheeler Field, Oahu, Hawaii following the Japanese Pearl Harbor attack. 11 Dec 1941 photo.
Cruiser Honolulu drydocked for damage suffered during Pearl Harbor attack, Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 13 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2Cruiser Honolulu drydocked for damage suffered during Pearl Harbor attack, Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 13 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 2
Cruiser Honolulu drydocked for damage suffered during Pearl Harbor attack, Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 13 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2Cruiser Honolulu drydocked for damage suffered during Pearl Harbor attack, Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 13 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 2
The capsized minelayer USS Oglala still tied to the dock after being sunk in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid-Dec 1941 photo. Note the checkerboard paint scheme of the harbor ferry Nihoa.Shigenori Nishikaichi’s A6M Zero fighter after he crash landed on Ni
The capsized minelayer USS Oglala still tied to the dock after being sunk in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid-Dec 1941 photo. Note the checkerboard paint scheme of the harbor ferry Nihoa.Shigenori Nishikaichi’s A6M Zero fighter after he crash landed on Ni'ihau, Hawaii and burned his airplane. This airplane was damaged during the Pearl Harbor attack of 7 Dec 1941. 17 Dec 1941 photo. Photo 1 of 2.
Shigenori Nishikaichi’s A6M Zero fighter after he crash landed on NiA destroyed Japanese B5N torpedo bomber, flown by Lieutenant Mimori Suzuki of carrier Kaga, being recovered by the Americans in US Territory of Hawaii, Dec 1941
Shigenori Nishikaichi’s A6M Zero fighter after he crash landed on Ni'ihau, Hawaii and burned his airplane. This airplane was damaged during the Pearl Harbor attack of 7 Dec 1941. 17 Dec 1941 photo. Photo 2 of 2.A destroyed Japanese B5N torpedo bomber, flown by Lieutenant Mimori Suzuki of carrier Kaga, being recovered by the Americans in US Territory of Hawaii, Dec 1941
Lieutenant General Delos Emmons decorating an enlisted man for actions performed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Hickam Field, 23 Dec 1941. Major General Clarence Tinker looking on.Japanese Type A-class midget submarine I-22tou which was sunk by destroyer Monaghan inside Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States during the Japanese attack, Dec 1941
Lieutenant General Delos Emmons decorating an enlisted man for actions performed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Hickam Field, 23 Dec 1941. Major General Clarence Tinker looking on.Japanese Type A-class midget submarine I-22tou which was sunk by destroyer Monaghan inside Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States during the Japanese attack, Dec 1941
Seaplane derrick YSD-19 “Mary Ann” crossing the harbor with the wreckage of Japanese Aichi D3A “Val” dive bomber that crashed in water during Pearl Harbor attack, Dec 1941.Seaplane derrick YSD-19 “Mary Ann” recovering the wreckage of Japanese Aichi D3A “Val” dive bomber that crashed in the water at Ford Island Berth F-2 during Pearl Harbor attack, Dec 1941.
Seaplane derrick YSD-19 “Mary Ann” crossing the harbor with the wreckage of Japanese Aichi D3A “Val” dive bomber that crashed in water during Pearl Harbor attack, Dec 1941.Seaplane derrick YSD-19 “Mary Ann” recovering the wreckage of Japanese Aichi D3A “Val” dive bomber that crashed in the water at Ford Island Berth F-2 during Pearl Harbor attack, Dec 1941.
US Sailors examine wreckage of Japanese Aichi D3A “Val” dive bomber that crashed during Pearl Harbor attack, Dec 1941Lt George Welch and Lt Ken Taylor pose for a photograph after the ceremony at Wheeler Field, Hawaii, Jan 9, 1942 where each was presented with the Distinguished Service Cross for their actions on Dec 7, 1941.
US Sailors examine wreckage of Japanese Aichi D3A “Val” dive bomber that crashed during Pearl Harbor attack, Dec 1941Lt George Welch and Lt Ken Taylor pose for a photograph after the ceremony at Wheeler Field, Hawaii, Jan 9, 1942 where each was presented with the Distinguished Service Cross for their actions on Dec 7, 1941.
Badly damaged USS Arizona foremast structure, bridge, and top of turret number 2 in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 17 Feb 1942. Note floating crane YD-25 at leftBattleship USS Nevada refloated after being sunk on 7 Dec 1941 and ready to be moved to a drydock, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 17 Feb 1942.
Badly damaged USS Arizona foremast structure, bridge, and top of turret number 2 in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 17 Feb 1942. Note floating crane YD-25 at leftBattleship USS Nevada refloated after being sunk on 7 Dec 1941 and ready to be moved to a drydock, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 17 Feb 1942.

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