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Other battleships lost in the Pearl Harbor attack were raised and repaired or scrapped for their metal. Yet the USS Arizona remains there after 75 years sunken in the waters of Pearl Harbor. “The Navy decided to leave them and their ship where they were after an inspection a few months after the attack.

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One of the greatest maritime salvage operations in US history took place for three years after the devastating attack by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Raising the Fleet follows the operation on each ship sunk or damaged from refloating to moderate to intensive repairs to putting the ships back into the fleet, with hundreds ...

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The Pearl Harbor Salvage Operation, 1941-1944 Ernest Arroyo and Stan Cohen One of the greatest maritime salvage operations in US history took place for three years after the devastating attack by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Raising the Fleet follows the operation on each ship sunk or damaged from

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Pearl Harbor Salvage Operations, 1942-43 Members of the diving crew emerge from water-filled compartments of the sunken battleship Arizona (BB-39), at Pearl Harbor, 25 May 1943. They are removing elements of the ships armament and other items for reuse.

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3. USS Nevada shelled Normandy The USS Nevada fires its guns at the Normandy shore during D-Day in June 1944, about 30 months after the ship sunk at Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy) The USS Nevada was one of the few ships in the harbor that was ready to fight on December 7, and its official reports indicated that the crew first opened fire at 8:02, about 60 seconds after the attack started.

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Harbor long after the attack when most of the ships were already gone, ... of raising and lower the American flag over the wreck. In that same year a small temporary memorial was built above the ship. ... Pearl harbor source:life in the search engine box.

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He intensively studied ship construction in all its intricate facets, then he went on to various efficiently performed duties. At the time of Pearl Harbor Captain Wallin was serving as Battle Force engineer and was charged with overall responsibility for fleet repair and alterations. So he was in the thick of the Pearl Harbor attack from its onset.

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USS PEARL HARBOR The USS Pearl Harbor is a Harpers Ferry-class dock landing ship. It is named after the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. The name Pearl Harbor was awarded on October 12th, 1993, and the ship was laid down on January 27th, 1995 in Avondale Shipyards, New Orleans, LA.

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There was a Navy Captain, whose name escapes me at the moment, who was put in charge of repairing and raising ships at Pearl Harbor. He and the Navy and civilian contractors available did a masterful job. Temporary repairs were made to some of the...

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Other ships at Pearl Harbor took as many as seven torpedo hits but were repaired. One lingering question deals with the ship's oil, which began leaking on impact and has leaked slowly ever since.