World War II
earl Harbor Attack Damage Reports & Photos
165 pages of reports and photographs of damage done during the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.
Much of this material was classified until 1994. The War Damage Reports classification was cancelled by authority of OPNAVINST S5513.16 on 12 September 1994.
TORPEDO AND BOMB DAMAGE REPORTS
126 pages of text of torpedo and bomb damage reports related to the vessels U.S.S. Honolulu (CL-48), U.S.S. Oglala (ARG-1), U.S.S. Helena (CL-50), U.S.S. Helm (DD-388), U.S.S. Raleigh (CL-7), U.S.S. Curtiss (AV-4), U.S.S. Vestal (AR-4), U.S.S Pennsylvania (BB-38), and U.S.S. Tennessee (BB-43). Also are the reports Submarine Report - Depth Charge, Bomb, Mine, Torpedo and Gunfire Damage, Including Losses in Action - December 7, 1941 to August 15, 1956 and Summary of War Damage - U.S. Battleships, Carriers, Cruisers and Destroyers, October 17, 1941 to December 7, 1942.
IMAGES OF VESSEL DAMAGE DONE AT PEARL HARBOR
39 report pages of images of damage suffered during the Pearl Harbor attack.
The 39 pages contain 45 discernable images.
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