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USS Pennsylvania BB-38 - Pearl Harbor survivor

Pennsylvania drydocked in an Advanced Base Sectional Dock, circa 1944 source: United States National Archives

USS ARIZONA BB-39 BATTLESHIP PIN US NAVY PEARL HARBOR | eBay

USS ARIZONA BB-39 BATTLESHIP PIN US NAVY PEARL HARBOR | eBay

April 18, 1908: USS Louisiana Battleship BB-19 seen off Coronado, California while sailing with the Great White Fleet.

April USS Louisiana Battleship seen off Coronado, California while sailing with the Great White Fleet.

Refloating U.S.S. California in March 1942 after the Pearl Harbor attack 3 months earlier.  She returned to service after extensive modernisation and is pictured in that guise elsewhere on this Board.

California in March 1942 after the Pearl Harbor attack 3 months earlier. She returned to service after extensive modernisation and is pictured in that guise elsewhere on this Board.

USS Oklahoma (BB 37), showing extent of torpedo damage, after being righted.  Evidence suggests possible mini submarine strike using larger Type 97 torpedoes (800lb TNT equiv. warhead), compared to the Type 91 aerial variety (450lb).

14 in Nevada class battleship USS Oklahoma capsized under Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 and is shown here after being righted, with the extent of torpedo damage obvious.

Honolulu, USS Missouri watching over the USS Arizona - This is a moving sight.  A Mighty Mo visit lets you see what the AZ must have looked like,

Honolulu, USS Missouri watching over the USS Arizona - This is a moving sight. A Mighty Mo visit lets you see what the Arizona must have looked like,

The Wisconsin and the Oklahoma.. Notice how much larger the Wisconsin is.

Battleship USS Wisconsin outboard of the salvaged USS Oklahoma “The Japanese could choose to fight Oklahoma on the open seas, or attack Pearl Harbor, delay a fleet encounter, and face.

USS Idaho (left) and USS New Mexico, Pearl Harbor, 1943.

Modernised battleships USS Idaho (left) and USS New Mexico at Pearl Harbor, 1943

USS Arizona BB-39 The 'Last Mooring' portrait of the USS Arizona BB-39 by Tom Freeman 10x7

USS Arizona painting by Tom Freeman. HIs art career started when he left the military. The Arizona was the biggest battleship that sank during the attack on Pearl Harbor. It has the biggest memorial and more people died on this boat than any other.

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