Remember Pearl Harbor
7 December 1941
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12/07 Sun. REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR. Japanese carrier-based horizontal 
bombers, dive bombers, torpedo bombers, and fighters totaling 360 aircraft from 
naval Striking Force (Vice Adm. C. Nagumo) heavily attack ships of the United 
States Pacific Fleet and military installations at Pearl harbor and other places on
Oahu, T. H. Navy Yard and Naval Base, Pearl Harbor; Naval Air Station, Ford 
Island; Naval Patrol Plane Station, Kaneohe; Marine Corps airfield, Ewa; Army 
airfields Hickam, Wheeler, and Bellows are damaged; 188 Naval and Army 
aircraft are destroyed. 
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Killed or missing:
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Navy 2,004 Marine Corps 108 Army 222
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Wounded
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Navy 912 Marine Corps 75 Army 360

The casualty list includes 2,335 servicemen and 68 civilians killed, and 1,178 
wounded. Included are 1,104 men aboard the USS Arizona battleship killed after 
a 1,760 pound air bomb penetrated into the forward magazine causing 
catastrophic explosions."

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United States naval vessels sunk by air attack:

Battleship 
OKLAHOMA (BB-37) 
Battleship 
ARIZONA (BB-39)
Battleship 
CALIFORNIA (BB-44)
Battleship
WEST VIRGINA (BB-48)
Minelayer 
OGALA (CM-4)
Target ship 
UTAH (AG-16)
[All ships sunk, except ARIZONA, OKLAHOMA, and UTAH, 
were raised, repaired, and subsequently returned to service.] 

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United States naval vessels damaged:

Battleship 
NEVADA (BB-36)
Battleship 
PENNSYLVANIA (BB-38)
Battleship 
TENNESSEE (BB-43)
Battleship 
MARYLAND (BB-46)
Light Cruiser 
RALEIGH (CL-7)
Light Cruiser 
HONOLULU (CL-48) 
Light Cruiser 
HELENA (CL-50)
Destroyer 
CASSIN (DD-372)
Destroyer 
SHAW (DD-373)
Destroyer
DOWNES (DD-375)
Seaplane Tender 
CURTISS (AV-4) 
Repair Ship 
VESTAL (AR-4)
[Personnel casualty statistics for the Pearl Harbor attack have been revised 
several times after evaluation of new data. The figures presented here were 
compiled in 1955 from official sources.]



Japanese Losses:

Japanese lose 5 midget submarines, 28 aircraft, and fewer than 100 men.

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Last update 20 September 1998 not to updated hereafter
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