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).
[Photo] Starboard bow view of destroyer Downes, burned out in Pearl Harbor Navy Yard's Drydock Number One, 7 Dec 1941
[Photo] Starboard bow view of destroyer Downes, burned out in Pearl Harbor Navy Yard's Drydock Number One, 7 Dec 1941 | World War II Database
80-G-32418: Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. View of “Battleship Row” after the Japanese raid. The capsized USS Oklahoma (BB 37) is in the center, alongside USS Maryland (BB 46). (9/15/15).
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16 in Colorado class battleship USS West Virginia still awaiting salvage in March 1942 after the Pearl Harbor attack over 3 months before.
80-G-32894 Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
USS Nevada (BB-36) afire and down at the bow, after she was bombed by Japanese planes while attempting to get to sea. Photographed from Ford Island. Note men in Nevada's main top, manning .50 caliber machine guns.
Unforgettable photos from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 77 years ago today
U.S. Navy Under the South Pacific sun on December 7, 1941, troops serving the US fleet at Pearl Harbor began a calm Sunday morning unaware that Japanese bombers were headed toward America's most important Pacific base. There, like a string of pearls draped across the docks and waterfront, was the majority of the US's naval might. The devastating Japanese onslaught began around 8 a.m., eventually killing 2,403 Americans and wounding many others, sinking four battleships, and damaging military…
World War II: Pearl Harbor
On December 7, 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy launched a surprise attack on the United States, bombing warships and military targets in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.