In the foreground is the wreckage of an OS2U-2 floatplane that was destroyed on board Curtiss during the attack. Photographed on 7 December 1941. in the U.S. National Archives.
Bomb blast damage to the hangar doors resulting from a Japanese bomb that exploded inside the hangar. In the foreground is the wreckage of an OS2U-2 floatplane that was destroyed on board Curtiss during the attack.
Capsizing off Ford Island, during the attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941, after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft . Photographed from USS Tangier (AV-8), which was moored astern of Utah. Note colors half-raised over fantail.
USS Raleigh (CL-7) being kept afloat by a salvage barge moored to her port side, after she had been torpedoed and damaged by a bomb during the Japanese raid.
Photograph of the western side of Ford Island and ships in moorings offshore, taken from a Japanese Navy plane during the attack. Ships are (from left to right): USS Detroit (CL-8); USS Raleigh (CL-7), USS Utah (AG-16), USS Tangier (AV-8).
Bow view of the capsized USS Utah (AG-16), as seen from the stern of USS Raleigh (CL-7) on 12 December 1941. Utah had been torpedoed and sunk during the Japanese attack five days earlier.
Damage to glass windows on the ship's bridge, caused by a Japanese bomb that exploded off the starboard side during the Pearl Harbor air raid, 7 December 1941.
USS Curtiss (AV-4) afire after she was hit by a crashing Japanese dive bomber. Photographed from USS Tangier (AV-8). USS Medusa (AR-1) is at right.
Capsized hull of USS Utah (AG-16) off the western side of Ford Island on 12 December 1941, five days after she was sunk by Japanese aerial torpedoes during the Pearl Harbor Attack. View looks toward Ford Island, with Utah's bow at left.