Tears Of The Arizona

Remains of the USS Arizona can be seen just below the water in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Arizona continues to leak oil, which rises to the surface and is sometimes referred to as "tears of the Arizona" or "black tears." The USS Arizona was bombed 15 minutes into Japan's attach on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, costing the lives of 1,177 sailors and Marines. Its sunken remains lie on the bottom of the harbor to this day.
Remains of the USS Arizona can be seen just below the water in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Arizona continues to leak oil, which rises to the surface and is sometimes referred to as “tears of the Arizona” or “black tears.” The USS Arizona was bombed 15 minutes into Japan’s attach on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, costing the lives of 1,177 sailors and Marines. Its sunken remains lie on the bottom of the harbor to this day.
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Guns of the 'Mighty Mo'

Guns on the battleship USS Missouri, (BB-63) currently docked on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Missouri was the site of the Japanese surrender which ended World War II.
Guns on the battleship USS Missouri, (BB-63) currently docked on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Missouri was the site of the Japanese surrender which ended World War II.
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