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  Battleship Row - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Battleship Row was the grouping of eight battleships in port at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese launched the Attack on Pearl Harbor.
Ford Island is in the center of the picture, and Battleship row is behind the island
An aerial view of Battleship Row moorings on the southern side of Ford Island, three days after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battleship_Row   (317 words)

 Remembering Battleship Row
At Pearl Harbor, there were seven mighty battleships and one ex-battleship which had been turned into a target ship, moored along the area known as Battleship Row located on the southeast shore of Ford Island.
Finding the battleships sitting like ducks in a shooting gallery, the loss of human lives and ships along Battleship Row were staggering in the first half hour alone.
She was moored at the southernmost area of Battleship Row when the attack began.
www.insmkt.com /battlerow.htm   (1278 words)

 Battleship Row
Battleship Row; tied to the Vestal, which was forward of the Nevada...
In 1940 CALIFORNIA switched her base to Pearl Harbor On 7 December 1941 she was moored at the southernmost berth of "Battleship Row" and was with other dreadnoughts of the Battle Force when the...
At Pearl Harbor, there were seven mighty battleships and one ex-battleship which had been turned into a target ship, moored along the area known as Battleship Row located on the southeast shore of...
darwinconspiracy.minkdarwin.com /battleshiprow   (844 words)

 Battleship Row during the Pearl Harbor Attack
Twenty-four of the forty Japanese torpedo planes were assigned to attack "Battleship Row", and five more diverted to that side of Ford Island when they found no battleships in their intended target areas.
Vertical aerial view of "Battleship Row", beside Ford Island, soon after USS Arizona was hit by bombs and her forward magazines exploded.
Battleship Row" West Virginia (left foreground) her side tore open by as many as 7 torpedo hits burns, sunken at her berth.
www.geocities.com /bb37usa/battleshiprow.html   (1007 words)

 Attack on Pearl Harbor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Battleship Row presented an attractive concentration of targets.
These were the battleships Arizona, Oklahoma, and the old battleship Utah (then used as a target ship); nevertheless, much usable material was salvaged from them, including the two aft main turrets from Arizona.
Many of the surviving battleships were heavily refitted, including the replacement of their outdated secondary battery of anti-surface 5" guns with a more useful battery of turreted DP guns, allowing them to better cope with Japan's threats.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Attack_on_Pearl_Harbor   (8269 words)

 U.S. Navy Battleships - USS Tennessee (BB 44)
Though the slow battleships were still incapable of serving with the carrier striking force, their heavy turret guns could still hit as hard as ever.
The fast carrier force was sent to counter the Japanese thrust, while the fire-support battleships were to be deployed to the west of Saipan in case the Japanese should evade Task Force 58 and direct a surface thrust at the island.
The battleship's final assignment of the war was to cover the landing of occupation troops at Wakayama, Japan.
www.chinfo.navy.mil /navpalib/ships/battleships/tennessee/bb43-tenn.html   (14218 words)

 Education World® - *History : Maritime : Ships
Battleship Nevada Ken Shaffer's Memories of the USS Nevada; World War II Battleship New Jersey Historical Museum Society Working to preserve the USS New Jersey in her name state as a museum and memorial.
Battleship Texas BB35 The oldest surviving battleship afloat in the U.S.
Battleship Utah USS Utah and the Utah memorial at Pearl Harbor, The Historical web site about the ship and her time in service and how she was sunk in Pearl Harbor.
db.education-world.com /perl/browse?cat_id=10959   (407 words)

 Battleship Cove, the world's largest historic naval ship exhibit.
The year is 1942, and the dark stain of Fascism threatens to swallow the globe whole.
And the mighty hulks of Battleship Row are slumbering at the bottom of Pearl Harbor.
Battleship Cove is a member of the Historic Naval Ships Association.
www.battleshipcove.com   (219 words)

 Pearl Harbor Summary
The battleship Nevada had some machine guns in her fighting tops manned as part of the alert, and it was these guns which distracted or shot down most of the torpedo planes who tried to attack her.
This battleship, which was the sistership of Arizona, sat high and dry on stocks, with two destroyers, the Cassin and Downes, perched immediately forward of her.
Only two American battleships were permanently lost, and of the eight present during the attack, four were armed and at sea less than two weeks after the attack.
www.wtj.com /articles/pacific_war/articles/pearl_harbor_02.htm   (3027 words)

 Battleship Variations
This variant is identical to Classic (Standard) Battleships, with the additional proviso that all of the remaining cells not used by the fleet can be traversed by a single, closed loop (connecting cells horizontally or vertically).
In Level Battleships, there is one fleet (consisting of battleships, cruisers, and destroyers) above the water, and one fleet (consisting only of submarines) beneath the water.
As with many PQRST puzzles, Moving Battleships (without tallies) is harder to solve because of the large number of possible ship placements and the lack of tallies.
www.mountainvistasoft.com /variations.htm   (3658 words)

 A Day of Infamy - Remembering Pearl Harbor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Smoke and fire rise through the serene blue sky as the U.S. Navy's great battleships are bombed, one after another.
Battleship Row; forward of the Maryland and Oklahoma
Battleship Row; tied to the Vestal forward of the Nevada
www.wintertexans.com /pearlharbor.htm   (564 words)

 Battleships - Armored Fist of the Fleet - under going refit
Battleships were super weapons of the world navies for about four hundred years from about the mid 1500s, to more or less 1941.
Battleships IJN Fuso was blown in two by American destroyer torpedos attacks and IJN Yamashiro was annihliated by gunfire from 6 dreadnought battleships consisting of USS Mississipi, USS Maryland, USS West Virginia, USS Tennessee, USS Califorina and USS Pennsylvania in an enguagment so one sided that Pennsylvania never got a chance to open fire.
Both battleships opened fire at 35,000 yards and straddled the Nawaki on the first salvos but the escaping destoyers was fleeing into the sun glare and haze.
www.gnt.net /~wright/navyard1.html   (2361 words)

 Pearl Harbor Children - Joan Zuber Earle - The Children of Battleship Row
Pearl Harbor Children - Joan Zuber Earle - The Children of Battleship Row
Pieces of the exploded Arizona and a dead Japanese pilot lay on her front lawn.
In The Children of Battleship Row, Joan Zuber Earle, ten-year-old daughter of Major A. Zuber, Commanding Officer Marine Barracks, USN Air Station Pearl Harbor, tells a riveting eyewitness account of the Pearl Harbor children of Battleship Row as they prepared for war, then experienced the reality of it.
www.pearlharborchildren.com   (84 words)

 USS Missouri Goes to Pearl Harbor
This historic battleship was the official site of the signing of the Instrument of Surrender by Japan to the Allied Forces, thus ending World War II and beginning a new era of peace and cooperation in the Pacific.
Launched near the end of World War II as the last of a new class of "super battleships," the USS Missouri proved to be a fierce juggernaut in three wars (World War II, the Korean War and the Gulf War), prior to being decommissioned for a final time on March 31, 1992.
Many festivities greeted the famous battleship as she arrived in Pearl including picnic festivities, a presentation of colors and remarks by the governor, mayor and other dignitaries.
www.battleship.org /html/News/Archive/MoToPearl.htm   (1316 words)

 real warships   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Magnificent Battleship USS Iowa - This gallery is devoted to lead ship of America's final Battleship class, the ultimate evolution of the Battleship.
Standing with quiet dignity and majesty across from historic downtown Wilmington, the Battleship North Carolina beckons visitors to walk her decks and envision daily life as well as fierce combat situations that her veterans faced in the Pacific Theatre during World War II.
The Battleship TEXAS is the last dreadnought in existence in the world, a veteran of Vera Cruz (1914) and both World Wars, and is credited with the introduction and innovation of advances in gunnery, aviation and radar.
www.ponyexpress.net /~crc/warship/realwar.htm   (1006 words)

 Analysis of battleship puzzle: Fathom It! board Hard #7
Suppose row G's tally of one is due to a submarine.
Therefore, the row with the tally of one cannot have a submarine in it.
After placing the battleship segment, there are only two positions for this destroyer within the rectangle: column 4 or column 10.
www.mountainvistasoft.com /solution/10-hard-7.htm   (581 words)

 Battleship Row during the Pearl Harbor Attack -- Surface Views
Among the critical elements seen in some of these views is a large pool of burning oil that drifted southward from the flaming wreck of the Arizona.
View of "Battleship Row" from the head of 1010 dock, during or immediately after the Japanese raid.
View of "Battleship Row" during or immediately after the Japanese raid.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/events/wwii-pac/pearlhbr/ph-bbs.htm   (846 words)

 Pearl Harbor
The view from the navigation bridge of the Battleship Missouri looking up Battleship Row.
This is the remains of a Japanese torpedo raised from the bottom of Pearl Harbor.
These hangers at Wheeler Field were of the many ther were destroyed the morning of the Japanese attack.
katmeyer.serverpro2.com /Hawaii_Photos/Pearl_Harbor/pearl_harbor.html   (135 words)

 U.S. Navy Battleships - USS Maryland (BB 46)
She was present at battleship row along Ford Island when Japan struck 7 December 1941.
During the important Battle of Midway, the old battleships, not fast enough to accompany the carriers, operated as a backup force.
Leaving their doomed battleships behind, the decimated enemy ships fled; only a remnant of the original force escaped subsequent naval air attacks.
www.chinfo.navy.mil /navpalib/ships/battleships/maryland/bb46-md.html   (1702 words)

 iB::Topic::Deliberate Strafing By Japanese Planes at Battleship Row
Yes, there was deliberate gun fire from all aircraft in the vicinity of Battleship Row.
NO dive bombers strafed Battleship Row or the harbor (except NAS Pearl Harbor) in the first wave.
Yes, Ed, there was strafing of the Battleship Row area...as a purely defensive fire to aid departure...NO deliberate strafing to kill those in the water is known.
www.pearlharborattacked.com /cgi-bin/ikonboard312a/ikonboard.cgi?s=5549b78771fd2f22846cbab0eeb379e8;act=ST;f=13;t=374   (773 words)

 Glen Turner on Battleship Row   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
However, when she reached a point opposite 10-10 dock, dive bombers made run after run on her and I remember her 5 inch anti-aircraft replying during the whole run.
Our anti-aircraft guns were firing as were those on the battleships behind us and this may have been the cause of the bombing being ineffective.
The California however was hit by a bomb and in addition to a heavy port list was now on fire.
my.execpc.com /~dschaaf/turner.html   (1423 words)

 The Pictoral Alpha: Pearl Harbor, 1941
One of the critical parts of the attack, certainly, was the destruction wrought in Battleship Row.
The majority of battleships was anchored there, and the fires in Battleship Row dominated the view of Pearl Harbor that morning.
She was the only battleship to get underway that day.
www.microworks.net /pacific/special/pictoral.htm   (466 words)

 Pearl Harbor-How Soon We Forget   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
As luck would have it, the Aircraft Carriers and one of the Battleships were not in port.
West Virginia Battleship 48 1921 21.0 knots Battleship Row; outboard of the Tennessee 2,350 6 torpedo hits; 2 bomb hits; half sunk
Nevada Battleship 36 1914 21.0 knots Battleship Row; tied to the Vestal, which was forward of the Nevada 1,500 1 torpedo hit; 6 bomb hits; beached on Hospital Point
www.war-veterans.org /Pearl.htm   (3040 words)

 The Oahu Visitors Bureau - Sample Itinerary (Central Oahu)
Climb aboard the Battleship Missouri for a peek into a memorable chapter of America's history.
It was aboard her decks that the documents ending World War II were signed.
Now located at Pearl Harbor's historic Battleship Row, the Missouri is a living museum, with exhibits highlighting her career spanning three wars and five decades.
www.visit-oahu.com /gd_central.aspx?p=3&c=1   (100 words)

 CJ Online National News: Battleship to signify end of World War II 01/30/99
EARL HARBOR, Hawaii -- Fifty-five years to the day after it was launched by Harry S. Truman's daughter, the "Mighty Mo" re-entered public life on Friday as the newest member of Battleship Row.
With more than 2,000 people crowding its famous decks, the full-dress battleship Missouri was dedicated as a memorial to the end of World War II.
The 887-foot, 45,000-ton battleship is berthed 1,000 feet from the USS Arizona, sunk during the Pearl Harbor attack that triggered U.S. entry into World War II.
www.cjonline.com /stories/013099/new_battleship.shtml   (191 words)

 USS Arizona BB-39 Battleship Model
While moored in Pearl Harbor's Battleship Row on the morning of December 7th 1941 USS Arizona was hit by several Japanese carrier aircraft bombs.
USS Arizona is a Pennsylvania Class Battleship built in Brooklyn New York and sister ship to the earlier USS Pennsylvania BB-38 Battleship.
A commanding battleship, Arizona could travel a top speed of up to 20.7 knots, was 600' in length with a beam of more than 106'.
thatravenmagic.com /arizona.html   (544 words)

 AVSIM Commercial Review: P-38 Lightning
I started with the Japanese side because I wanted to see what the software would reveal when attacking the ships on "Battleship Row." This also gave me the opportunity to take off from the carrier deck and see the surrounding scenery.
The rendition of the harbor is well done and the battleships are arranged very realistically.
For example, mission 3 was to protect "Battleship Row" and Ford Island.
www.avsim.com /pages/1001/pearl_harbor/pearl_harbor.html   (913 words)

 Battleship Row Article, BattleshipRow Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Battleship Row was the grouping of eight battleships inport at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese launched the Attack on Pearl Harbor.
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 Pearl Harbor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Battleship Row is a row of moorings alongside Ford Island where the American Battleships were moored.
The were also submarine pens, fuel farms, and all other manner of harbor facilities before the start of WWII.
Also, the retired battleship Missouri forms the closing bookend of the Pacific war, the vessel where Japan officially surrendered in Tokyo Harbor on September 2, 1945.
www.pacificwrecks.com /provinces/hawaii_pearl_harbor.html   (376 words)

 All Hands - December 2001 - Never Forget
At left, men on the stern of USS Tennessee (BB 43) are spraying fire hoses on the water to force burning oil away from their ship.
An aerial view of "Battleship Row," beside Ford Island, during the early part of the horizontal bombing attack on the ships moored there as photographed from a Japanese aircraft.
A bomb has just hit USS Arizona (BB 39) near the stern, but she has not yet received the bomb that detonated her forward magazines.
www.mediacen.navy.mil /Pubs/allhands/dec01/pg14.htm   (920 words)

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