USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) at Pearl Harbor

USS Pennsylvania at Pearl Harbor.with the destroyers USS Cassin and USS Downes just ahead of her.

Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941 - USS Cassin, USS Downes, USS Pennsylvania in dry dock

21 Photos Marking a Day That Will Live in Infamy

USS Pennsylvania- Destroyers Cassin and Downes, just forward of Pennsylvania in the drydock, were seriously damaged by bomb hits. Pennsylvania was pockmarked by flying fragments. A part of a torpedo tube from Downes, about 1,000 lb (450 kg) in weight, was blown onto the forecastle of Pennsylvania. She had 15 men killed (including her executive officer), 14 missing in action, and 38 wounded. On 20 December, Pennsylvania sailed for San Francisco, arriving on 29 December. She underwent repairs

USS Pennsylvania (BB 12 Jun 1916 / 29 Aug 1946 Pennsylvania was a target in the atomic bomb tests at Bikini Atoll on 1 and 25 Jul She survived those blasts but was sunk off Kwajalein 19 Feb

Pearl Harbor bombing. Destruction. Smoke pours from the USS Shaw, bombed dry dock (right center) while in the foreground lies the capsized USS Oglala, a minelayer. To the left is the 10,000 ton cruiser, USS Helena, struck by an aerial torpedo on the starboard side. The concussion caused the Oglala, formerly berthed alongside the Helena to flood and she turned over after being brought to dock. At the extreme left, may be seen some of the superstructure of the USS Pennsylvania and at the right…

Smoke pours from the USS Shaw, bombed dry dock (right center) while in the foreground lies the capsized USS Oglala, a minelayer. To the left is the ton cruiser, USS Helena, struck by an aerial torpedo on the starbo

World War I in Photos: The War at Sea - The Atlantic sailors on either USS Pennsylvania or Arizona 1918

World War I in Photos: War at Sea

United States Marines and Sailors posing on unidentified ship (likely either the USS Pennsylvania or USS Arizona), in (National World War I Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, USA)

Photo:  USS PENNSYLVANIA and battleship of COLORADO classfollowed by three cruisers move in line into Lingayen Gulf preceding the landing on Luzon." Philippines, January 1945.

Battleship USS Pennsylvania leads USS Colorado and the cruisers USS Louisville USS Portland and USS Columbia into Lingayen Gulf, Philippines, January

USS Columbia ship ~ World War 2 / memorial in Columbia SC

USS Pennsylvania leading battleship USS Colorado and cruisers USS Louisville, USS Portland, and USS Columbia into Lingayen Gulf, Philippines, January

Giant Canons from USS Pennsylvania in Boalsburg, PA at the Pennsylvania Military Museum

Giant Canons from USS Pennsylvania in Boalsburg, PA at the Pennsylvania Military Museum

USS Pennsylvania (ACR-4)

USS Pennsylvania Armored Cruiser US Navy Ship 1906 . - bidStart (item 71828236 in Postcards.

Nov 14,1910, Eugene Ely became the first pilot to successfully launch a plane from a stationary ship. The Curtiss pusher airplane, one of the first models in the world to be built in any significant quantity, flew for 2 miles before Ely landed on a beach. Using the same aircraft, Ely landed on the USS Pennsylvania on Jan 18, 1911, while the ship was anchored at the San Francisco waterfront. Using a braking system made of ropes & sandbags but he was able to turn around & take off once again

Nov 14,1910, Eugene Ely became the first pilot to successfully launch a plane from a stationary ship. The Curtiss pusher airplane, one of the first models in the world to be built in any significant quantity, flew for 2 miles before Ely landed on a beach. Using the same aircraft, Ely landed on the USS Pennsylvania on Jan 18, 1911, while the ship was anchored at the San Francisco waterfront. Using a braking system made of ropes & sandbags but he was able to turn around & take off once again

Using the same aircraft, Ely landed on the USS Pennsylvania on January 18, 1911, while the ship was anchored at the San Francisco waterfront. He had to use a braking system made of ropes and sandbags, but he was able to quickly turn around and take off once again.

5 pictures of the first successful aircraft carrier, 1910

Flying from Warships Civilian Eugene Ely pilots first aircraft to take-off from a ship, USS Birmingham at Hampton Roads, VA. He lands safely on Willoughby Spit, Norfolk, VA.

Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941 - USS Cassin, USS Downes, USS Pennsylvania in dry dock

21 Photos Marking a Day That Will Live in Infamy

Aftermath of Pearl Harbour - December x

USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) was the lead ship of the Pennsylvania-class of US Navy battleships. After her was the notable USS Arizona (BB-39)! (google.image) 10.17

USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) was the lead ship of the Pennsylvania-class of US Navy battleships. After her was the notable USS Arizona (BB-39)! (google.image) 10.17

The wrecked destroyers USS Downes (DD-375) and USS Cassin (DD-372) in Drydock One at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, soon after the Japanese air attack. Cassin has capsized against Downes. USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) is astern, occupying the rest of the drydock. The torpedo-damaged cruiser USS Helena (CL-50) is in the right distance, beyond the crane. Visible in the center distance is the capsized USS Oklahoma (BB-37), with USS Maryland (BB-46) alongside. The smoke is from the USS Arizona (BB-39).

December The jumbled mass of wreckage in front of the battleship USS Pennsylvania constitutes the remains of the destroyers USS Downes and USS Cassin, bombed by the Japanese during the raid on Pearl Harbour (Pearl Harbor). The ships were in drydock.

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