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www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/01/20/doris-miller-navy-carrier...

US Navy honors Pearl Harbor hero Doris Miller with first aircraft carrier named for an African American. ... One other ship bears Miller's name: the USS Miller (FF-1091), a Knox-class frigate. ...

nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/how-battleship-uss-nevada-survived-japans...

The World War I-vintage battleship USS Nevada was the only capital ship that day that managed to get underway during the attack and attempt an escape from the confining waters of Pearl Harbor to ...

www.navweaps.com/index_oob/OOB_WWII_Pacific/OOB_WWII_Pearl_Harbor.php

These scouted Pearl Harbor and radioed back a report on the status of the US Fleet shortly before the attack began. Tone and Chikuma and the battleships Hiei and Kirishima each launched one scout at 6:30 am Hawaii time.

ww2pacific.com/pearlus.html

US Ships at Pearl Harbor with links to ship descriptions. Positions of the ships at the start of the Pearl Harbor attack at 0755. Starting at the harbor entrance at the west and going approximately clockwise.

www.worldwar2headquarters.com/HTML/PearlHarbor/us-strategy.html

As a consequence, there were only a dozen B-17s assigned to Pearl Harbor at the time of the Japanese attack. And as a matter of fact, the day of the attack, December 7, 1941, there was another flight of B-17s coming into Pearl Harbor to stop and refuel, and then fly on to the Philippines as further reinforcement there. Requests by Admiral ...

www.public.navy.mil/surfor/swmag/Pages/Pearl-Harbor-Navy-Action-Reports-Tell...

USS West Virginia (BB 48), USS Oklahoma (BB 37) and USS Arizona all sank quickly, while USS California (BB 44), USS Maryland (BB 46), USS Tennessee (BB 43) and USS Nevada (BB 36) suffered varying degrees of damage. Former battleship USS Utah (BB 41), which had been converted to a radio-controlled target ship (AG 16), was also sunk.

www.nps.gov/valr/uss-oklahoma-casualties-identified.htm

USS Oklahoma The USS Oklahoma, moored at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, was sunk by Japanese aircraft during the attack on Pearl Harbor.A total of 429 crewmen aboard the USS Oklahoma were killed in the early morning hours of Dec. 7, 1941, after the ship quickly capsized from the numerous torpedo hits. From December 1941 through June 1944, Navy personnel recovered the remains of those who perished ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naval_Station_Pearl_Harbor

History 1899–1941. Following the annexation of Hawaii, Pearl Harbor was refitted to allow for more navy ships.In May 1899, Commander John F. Merry was made naval representative with authority to transact business for the Navy Department and its Bureaus.He immediately assumed control of the Coal Depot and its equipment. To supplement his facilities, he was assigned the Navy tug Iroquois and ...

www.wearethemighty.com/mighty-trending/uss-enterprise-wwii-pearl-harbor

The USS Shaw explodes on December 7, 1941, during the Pearl Harbor attack. (U.S. Navy) Vice Adm. William Halsey, Jr., was a tough and direct man. And in November 1941, he was given a top-secret mission to ferry 12 Marine F4F Hellcats to Wake Island under the cover of an exercise.

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The Battleship Missouri Memorial rests in the heart of Pearl Harbor offering activities and tours to Hawaii's visitors from across the world.