80-G-242092: Japanese Attack at Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941. USS Shaw (DD 373), starboard broadside view showing super structure destroyed by bombs. Photographed on 12 December 1941. (5/22/2014).
71 Years Ago Today — The Attack On Pearl Harbor… Never Forget
I originally posted this in 2005 and have updated it a couple of times. I like to present it every December 7th as the story is as poignant as ever, especially with our troops still in theater in Afghanistan. They really are our best and brightest — far too many were lost 71 years ago...
Real Reason Why USS Arizona Was Not Raised When Other Ships Were
Matter Of Life And Depth. December 7th, 1941 a day that will live in infamy. Over 2,400 sailors were killed and ten major vessels were sunk in a vicious surprise attack from the Japanese Navy. The most famous of those vessels was the USS Arizona has remained there to this day, but why was it never
80-CF-1061-3: Divers working around aft turrets of USS Arizona (BB 39), sunk during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, on 7 December 1941. (9/16/2014).
This ship survived 7 torpedos at Pearl Harbor and went on to help crush the Japanese - We Are The Mighty
The USS West Virginia was one of the hardest hit ships at Pearl Harbor but rose from the ashes to destroy Japanese forces in the years after that surprise attack.
80-G-41618: USS Arizona (BB 39) was damaged beyond repair during the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Many parts have been salvaged and put to use on other ships. Shown: A diver as he ascends from the oily interior of the sunken battleship. Photograph released May 23, 1943. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives. 2016/10/11).
NH 83062: USS Arizona (BB-39). Sunk and burning at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on 7 December 1941, after her forward magazines exploded when she was hit by Japanese bombs. YG-21 is alongside, helping to fight the fires. Collection of Vice Admiral Homer N. Wallin, USN(Retired), 1975. NHHC Photograph Collection.
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Asisbiz Archive photo's from Japan and America Archive USN photos,showing,USS Shaw,after,the attck on Perl Harbor,Hawaii,9th Dec 1941-02
The Attack on Pearl Harbor: A Day That Will Live in Infamy
The Japanese launched a surprise air attack on the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, damaging or destroying 21 ships and more than 188 aircraft.
PHOTOS: Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941
President Franklin Roosevelt called December 7, 1941, “a date which will live in infamy.” On that day, Japanese planes attacked the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Terr…