USS Raleigh

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassOmaha-class Light Cruiser
Hull NumberCL-7

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Japanese aerial photograph of the overturned USS Utah, sunk by torpedoes in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941. Cruisers Detroit and Raleigh can be seen at left and USS Tangier at right.USS Raleigh is kept afloat by barges lashed alongside due to torpedo and a bomb damage sustained in the Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 Dec 1941. The capsized hull of USS Utah is visible astern of Raleigh.The overturned USS Utah, sunk by torpedoes in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941. Cruiser USS Raleigh can be seen at right.




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Event(s) Participated:
» Attack on Pearl Harbor

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» US Navy Report of Japanese Raid on Pearl Harbor, Enclosure E, USS Raleigh

Light Cruiser USS Raleigh (CL-7) Photo Gallery
Japanese aerial photograph of the overturned USS Utah, sunk by torpedoes in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941. Cruisers Detroit and Raleigh can be seen at left and USS Tangier at right.
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