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Four Iconic Pearl Harbor Moments

June 19, 2018 ·  
Visiting Pearl Harbor is the best way of remembering those who gave their lives during the tragic events of December 7th, 1941. Spending time at the USS Arizona and Oklahoma Memorials, the Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park, Battleship Missouri, and the Pacific Aviation Museum provides an educational journey back in time. There is much to […]
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Ships of Pearl Harbor: USS Tennessee

May 22, 2018 ·  
On April 30, 1919, a new battleship class was launched. Named for its lead ship, the Tennessee-class offered more robust protection from enemy torpedoes as well as fire-control systems for both primary and secondary gun batteries. USS Tennessee (BB-43) and her sister ship, USS California (BB-44), were the first to be designed to shoot over […]
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Learning Pearl Harbor: What were Dreadnoughts?

May 16, 2018 ·  
When learning about the attack on Pearl Harbor, it's usually the battleships that get most of the attention, and a term that often comes up when describing these ships is "dreadnought," and even "super-dreadnought." So what exactly were the dreadnoughts? The Origin of the Dreadnought Though dreadnoughts played a major role in early 20th-century American […]
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Ships of Pearl Harbor: USS Pennsylvania

May 10, 2018 ·  
Unlike the others seven US Navy battleships present at Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941, the USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) wasn't lined up on Battleship Row along the southeast coast of Ford Island, and therefore avoided the major damage those ships sustained in the Japanese attack. USS Pennsylvania Before Pearl Harbor Following her […]
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Pearl Harbor Terminology – Battleship Row

April 04, 2018 ·  
Any discussion of the attack on Pearl Harbor includes references to something called “Battleship Row.” In your mind, you may be picturing a row of battleships lined up within the harbor and if so, you’re pretty much on the mark. The ships moored along Battleship Row were the primary targets of the Japanese attack on […]
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The Mighty Wee Vee – USS West Virginia

January 10, 2018 ·  
Next in our ongoing look at the ships of Pearl Harbor, here's a look at the USS West Virginia (BB-48): USS West Virginia Specs: Overall Length: 624’ Maximum Displacement: 32,100 tons (33,060 tons w/ a full load) Speed: 21 knots Armament: Before reconstruction: 8 x 16” .45 caliber guns; 12 x 5” .51 caliber guns; […]
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Learning Pearl Harbor: What Is a Battleship?

December 26, 2017 ·  
When you visit the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, you hear a lot about the battleships that were moored along the southeastern shore of Ford Island on December 7, 1941, the day the Imperial Japanese Navy launched their devastating attack. The battleships became the main focus of the attack as Japan […]
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USS Missouri – From Warship to Museum Ship

December 21, 2017 ·  
On June 11, 1944, the USS Missouri (BB-63) joined the hundreds of other ships on the US Naval Vessel Register. For the next 15 months, she would serve in the Pacific Theater, battling the persistent Imperial Japanese Navy as the Allies started to dominate in the Pacific. At the end of her service—which came 47 […]
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Pearl Harbor Terms to Know

December 11, 2017 ·  
The attack on Pearl Harbor was a devastating chapter in American history, and as it recedes farther back in time it becomes ever more important to know what happened on that fateful morning. To gain a fuller understanding of the tragic events of Dec. 7, 1941, it's helpful to know the following Pearl Harbor terms. […]
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Know Before You Go: Pearl Harbor Essentials Pt. 2

November 20, 2017 ·  
As you prepare for your journey back to 1941, to the day when the United States felt a stunned sorrow over the loss of 2,403 American lives, you’ll want to have a basic understanding of where you’re going and what you’re going to see. In the first part of our “Essentials of Pearl Harbor,” we […]
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