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USS Maryland at Pearl Harbor

By: Bruce D.

The USS Maryland does not get the same attention as the other battleships that were at Pearl Harbor. Perhaps because she sustained minimal damage or because she only lost 4... Read More

USS Tennessee at Pearl Harbor

By: J. Owen

No torpedoes hit the USS Tennessee. The primary reason for her lucky fate was her location inboard of West Virginia. The West Virginia protected USS Tennessee by taking seven torpedo hits. Tennessee was... Read More

USS Oklahoma at Pearl Harbor

By: J. Owen

With twelve torpedo launched against her, USS Oklahoma took the brunt of the torpedo attack on Pearl Harbor.  Nine of those torpedoes hit their mark.  The torpedo attack ripped open holes in the... Read More

Pearl Harbor Ships on December 7th

By: J. Owen

There were 130 vessels in the Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor on December 7th 1941, the day of the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. 96 of the Pearl Harbor... Read More

Pearl Harbor Battleships

By: J. Owen

The battleships were the primary targets for during that Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Had the aircraft carriers been in Hawai‘i on December 7th, 1941, they would have been the... Read More

USS Utah at Pearl Harbor

By: J. Owen

She was not even a full fledged battleship on December 7th, 1941, but that did not stop the Japanese pilots from targeting the USS Utah at Pearl Harbor. Sixty four... Read More

Battleship Row at Pearl Harbor

By: J. Owen

What was Battleship Row? Battleship Row was the name for the moorings on the East side of Ford Island where the battleships were moored. On December 7th, 1941, only 7 of the... Read More