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80-G-32895: US Navy patrol plane and gun crew with improvised mount, made of pipe, in front of hangar at Ford Island, Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941.

80-G-32895: US Navy patrol plane and gun crew with improvised mount, made of pipe, in front of hangar at Ford Island, Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941.

80-G-32474: Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Damage to Ford Island Naval Air Station Pearl Harbor following the attack. (9/15/15).

80-G-32474: Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Damage to Ford Island Naval Air Station Pearl Harbor following the attack. (9/15/15).

80-G-32476: Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Gun crews during the attack. The sailors were on the alert at the their battle stations at Naval Air Station. (9/15/15).

80-G-32476: Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Gun crews during the attack. The sailors were on the alert at the their battle stations at Naval Air Station. (9/15/15).

80-G-77618: Fires following the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, December 7, 1941. Location: Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu.

80-G-77618: Fires following the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, December 7, 1941. Location: Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu.

80-G-32840: Hastily constructed machine gun nest after the Japanese Attack at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, at Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Territory of Hawaii.

80-G-32840: Hastily constructed machine gun nest after the Japanese Attack at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, at Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Territory of Hawaii.

80-G-32943: Naval Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, T.H. Aerial view of the hangar area, 9 December 1941, two days after the Japanese air attack destroyed nearly all of the station's patrol planes. Note wrecked hangar in center. There are at least six PBY "Catalina" flying boats on the ramp and around the hangars.

80-G-32943: Naval Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, T.H. Aerial view of the hangar area, 9 December 1941, two days after the Japanese air attack destroyed nearly all of the station's patrol planes. Note wrecked hangar in center. There are at least six PBY "Catalina" flying boats on the ramp and around the hangars.

80-G-182879: Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, October 16, 1941. Vertical view of the Navy Yard, Pearl Harbor, taken by aircraft from Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor. (9/9/2015).

80-G-182879: Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, October 16, 1941. Vertical view of the Navy Yard, Pearl Harbor, taken by aircraft from Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor. (9/9/2015).

80-G-182878: Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, October 16, 1941. Aerial view showing the fuel depot, coal docks, and upper tank farm, Navy Yard, Pearl Harbor, taken by aircraft from Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor. (9/9/2015).

80-G-182878: Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, October 16, 1941. Aerial view showing the fuel depot, coal docks, and upper tank farm, Navy Yard, Pearl Harbor, taken by aircraft from Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor. (9/9/2015).

80-G-182875: Half-tone image of a photograph, Aerial of U.S. Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor, Supply Base, Magazine Island (lower enter), Navy Yard Submarine Base (right center). Photograph received August 22, 1941. (8/25/2015).

80-G-182875: Half-tone image of a photograph, Aerial of U.S. Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor, Supply Base, Magazine Island (lower enter), Navy Yard Submarine Base (right center). Photograph received August 22, 1941. (8/25/2015).

0-G-77625: U.S. Navy sailor injured during Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, being carried to safety, December 7, 1941. Location: Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu.

0-G-77625: U.S. Navy sailor injured during Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, being carried to safety, December 7, 1941. Location: Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu.

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