'AIRRAID ON PEARLHARBOR X THIS IS NOT DRILL' radio message received by USS Wasp, 7 Dec 1941

Caption   'AIRRAID ON PEARLHARBOR X THIS IS NOT DRILL' radio message received by USS Wasp, 7 Dec 1941 ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 14 Aug 2008

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1. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
14 Aug 2008 08:03:34 PM

Actually, it's "... THIS IS NOT DRILL." Wasp (CV7) lay at anchor in Grassy Bay, Bermuda as this message was received.
2. Anonymous says:
3 Mar 2010 07:10:30 AM

the element of surprise and unexpected attack
3. Anonymous says:
8 Mar 2010 07:04:12 PM

awesome info and resources. try to add the citations for the website info and resources.
4. szeges says:
7 Dec 2013 10:50:45 AM

tetszik az oldal

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