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Ships Sunk in Pearl Harbor by the Japanese
December 7, 1941

Pictures and inforamtion about United States military ships that were sunk by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. "Sun" is probably not strictly correct however, because I don't think Pearl Harbor was deep enough to actually cover the tops of the ships. I think official records say "sunk or beached".

United States Ships Sunk at Pearl Harbor

Twelve Untied States ships were sunk or beached during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

USS Arizona Battleship
Sunk by aircraft carrier based Japanese planes. Remains at the bottom of Pearl Harbor.

USS California Battleship
Sunk by aircraft carrier based Japanese planes. later it was raised, modernized, and put back in service.

USS Oklahoma Battleship
Sunk by aircraft carrier based Japanese planes. Later it was raised, but it sank again while it was being towed to a scrapyard.

USS Utah Battleship
Sunk by aircraft carrier based Japanese planes. (why is this one called a "former battleship"?

USS West Virginia Battleship
Sunk by aircraft carrier based Japanese planes. Later it was raised, modernized, and put back in service.

USS Sotoyomo

UYFD-2

Sunk in Drydock (how can you sink a shop in drydock?)
-USS Cassin: Sunk in dry dock alongside USS Downes. Salvaged and rebuilt.
-USS Downes: Sunk in dry dock alongside USS Cassin. Salvaged and rebuilt.

Other:
-USS O'Brien Broke up under tow to Pearl harbor for repairs a month after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-19. USS Oglala: Sunk 7 December 1941 at Pearl Harbor after damage from a near miss. Later raised and converted to engine repair ship.

Japanese Ships Sunk at Pearl Harbor

Five Japanese ships were sunk or beached during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

(list coming soon)

See also:
- Photos of the Pearl Harbor Attack
- Planning a Visit to Pearl Harbor
- Aerial Photos of Pearl Harbor Today
- Introduction to Pearl Harbor
- Military Bases in Hawaii



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