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US Marine Richard Hall, US Territory of Hawaii, 1941US Marines Richard Hall and Harold Hall, US Territory of Hawaii, 1941
US Marine Richard Hall, US Territory of Hawaii, 1941US Marines Richard Hall and Harold Hall, US Territory of Hawaii, 1941
Aerial view of Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Jan 1941. Note the Pearl Harbor Naval Operating Base in the foreground and the carrier USS Lexington (Lexington-class) on the far side of Ford Island.Admiral Husband Kimmel at the headquarters of the US Navy Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Feb-Dec 1941
Aerial view of Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Jan 1941. Note the Pearl Harbor Naval Operating Base in the foreground and the carrier USS Lexington (Lexington-class) on the far side of Ford Island.Admiral Husband Kimmel at the headquarters of the US Navy Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Feb-Dec 1941
Enlisted barracks in a “tent city” at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii shortly after commissioning, Feb 1941.Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii shortly after commissioning, Feb 1941 showing the crow’s nest of the mooring mast converted into the airstrip’s control tower.
Enlisted barracks in a “tent city” at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii shortly after commissioning, Feb 1941.Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii shortly after commissioning, Feb 1941 showing the crow’s nest of the mooring mast converted into the airstrip’s control tower.
The mooring mast at Ewa Field, Oahu, Hawaii converted for use as a control tower, Feb 13, 1941.Admiral Husband Kimmel with his chief of staff Captain William "Poco" Smith and his operations officer Captain Walter Delany at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1941
The mooring mast at Ewa Field, Oahu, Hawaii converted for use as a control tower, Feb 13, 1941.Admiral Husband Kimmel with his chief of staff Captain William "Poco" Smith and his operations officer Captain Walter Delany at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1941
Grumman F3F “Flying Barrel” fighters fly by the mooring mast at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, mid-1941.SB2U Vindicators and F3F “Flying Barrels” on the pad viewed from the tower at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, mid-1941. Note the false color added to the photo after the fact.
Grumman F3F “Flying Barrel” fighters fly by the mooring mast at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, mid-1941.SB2U Vindicators and F3F “Flying Barrels” on the pad viewed from the tower at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, mid-1941. Note the false color added to the photo after the fact.
Aerial view of Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, Jul 29, 1941. The lines painted on the runway were to approximate a carrier’s flight deck.Early model Boeing B-17 Fortress taking off from Hickam Field, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, pre-war, Aug 1941.
Aerial view of Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, Jul 29, 1941. The lines painted on the runway were to approximate a carrier’s flight deck.Early model Boeing B-17 Fortress taking off from Hickam Field, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, pre-war, Aug 1941.
Walter Short, Louis Mountbatten, and Husband Kimmel, Aug 1941 in Hawaii. Behind are chiefs-of-staff Frederick Martin and Patrick Bellinger.Six P-40 Warhawk fighters based at Hickam Field in flight over Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1 Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2
Walter Short, Louis Mountbatten, and Husband Kimmel, Aug 1941 in Hawaii. Behind are chiefs-of-staff Frederick Martin and Patrick Bellinger.Six P-40 Warhawk fighters based at Hickam Field in flight over Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1 Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2
Six P-40 Warhawk fighters based at Hickam Field in flight over Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1 Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2Straight down aerial view of the Pearl Harbor submarine base, 22 Aug 1941. The large C-shaped building is Fleet Headquarters where Admiral Kimmel’s office was. Note some of the fuel storage tanks are camouflage painted
Six P-40 Warhawk fighters based at Hickam Field in flight over Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1 Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2Straight down aerial view of the Pearl Harbor submarine base, 22 Aug 1941. The large C-shaped building is Fleet Headquarters where Admiral Kimmel’s office was. Note some of the fuel storage tanks are camouflage painted
22,500 feet above Hickam Field, Oahu, Hawaii and Pearl Harbor’s Main Entrance Channel at left, Sep 21, 1941.The Submarine Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, with Merry Point beyond, Oct 1941. The large building in the center is Pacific Fleet Headquarters. Note the camouflage schemes painted on some of the fuel storage tanks.
22,500 feet above Hickam Field, Oahu, Hawaii and Pearl Harbor’s Main Entrance Channel at left, Sep 21, 1941.The Submarine Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, with Merry Point beyond, Oct 1941. The large building in the center is Pacific Fleet Headquarters. Note the camouflage schemes painted on some of the fuel storage tanks.
Aerial view of the Kaneohe air strip, 1 Oct 1941.Straight down aerial view of Hickham Army Air Field, 1 Oct 1941.
Aerial view of the Kaneohe air strip, 1 Oct 1941.Straight down aerial view of Hickham Army Air Field, 1 Oct 1941.

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