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Ships of Pearl Harbor: USS Bagley

April 30, 2018 ·  
To have a US Navy ship named in one's honor is a great achievement. One American naval officer had four. Ensign Worth Bagley was killed during the Spanish-American War, in 1898, and the third ship named for him, the destroyer USS Bagley (DD-386), was present at Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941. Ensign […]
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Wreckage of the USS Ward Found

December 08, 2017 ·  
On the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, the United States came under fire by a fleet of planes from Imperial Japanese Navy aircraft carriers. The attack resulted in the loss of 2,403 American lives and the start of World War II for the United States. But hours before the tragedy unfolded, a skirmish occurred that […]
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USS England: Record-Setting Destroyer Escort

November 21, 2017 ·  
On December 7th, 1941, Ensign John Charles England perished during the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Just four days shy of his twenty-first birthday, England was working in the radio room of the USS Oklahoma when Japanese bombers started hitting their targets. After multiple torpedoes struck the Oklahoma, she capsized into the waters of the […]
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The USS Cassin: Pearl Harbor and Beyond

October 22, 2017 ·  
On the morning of December 7, 1941, Japanese bombs fell and torpedoes slashed through the waters of Pearl Harbor, causing a devastating amount of damage to the vessels lined up in Battleship Row in in the dry docks nearby. Each of the seven battleships moored there suffered some degree of damage, some far worse than […]
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The USS Hull and the Wartime Typhoon

September 27, 2017 ·  
Wartime typhoon isn’t a metaphor for the whirlwind of fighting that engulfed the Pacific and Europe. It refers to an actual typhoon, specifically the one that claimed the USS Hull (DD-350) on December 18th, 1944. The Farragut-class destroyer served her nation well before becoming one of three destroyers to perish not at the hands of the […]
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Why the Navy Phased Out Battleships

September 20, 2017 ·  
During the war in the Pacific, the US Navy relied heavily on battleships to fight off the Imperial Japanese Navy. In fact, it was an attack on these impressive war machines that was effectively the reason why we went to war. So why did the Navy decide to cease production and deployment of these mighty […]
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