Hornet at Pearl Harbor, escorted by PT-28 and PT-29, 30 Apr 1942

Caption   Hornet at Pearl Harbor, escorted by PT-28 and PT-29, 30 Apr 1942 ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day 30 Apr 1942
Photos at Same Place Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 7 Sep 2006

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1. Robert M. Landrujm says:
29 Mar 2016 05:45:57 PM

My Uncle (Huges Brown Landrum) was on the PT 28 He was in Pearl Harbor Dec 7th 1941. He was involved in the installation of radar on 4 PT boats and was in the Aleutians Islands where his PT Boat was damaged beyond repair. If you have anything else to know about my uncle I would sure love to hear from you. Thank you....Butch Landrum,...the nephew.

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