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Cruiser USS Milwaukee underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid to late 1930s.Dry Dock No. 1 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownThe US Navy Supply Department Warehouse building at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownCruiser USS Trenton underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1939.
Cruiser USS Milwaukee underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid to late 1930s.Dry Dock No. 1 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownThe US Navy Supply Department Warehouse building at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownCruiser USS Trenton underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1939.
USS S-34 tied up to wharf in Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, late 1930s; note railcar carrying new batteries for S-34, and a Balao-class submarine moored nearbyUS Navy photographer Tai Sing Loo was well known around the Navy yard with his trademark pith helmet and his bright red, gasoline powered, three-wheeled “putt-putt”, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1940s.USS Pollack entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1939-1940Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Ford Island Naval Air Station, Oahu, Hawaii, May 2, 1940.
USS S-34 tied up to wharf in Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, late 1930s; note railcar carrying new batteries for S-34, and a Balao-class submarine moored nearbyUS Navy photographer Tai Sing Loo was well known around the Navy yard with his trademark pith helmet and his bright red, gasoline powered, three-wheeled “putt-putt”, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1940s.USS Pollack entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1939-1940Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Ford Island Naval Air Station, Oahu, Hawaii, May 2, 1940.
Aerial view of Ford Island and Pearl Harbor’s East Loch anchorage, 3 May 1940. Note 8 battleships along Battleship Row and 2 more across the channel at the 1010 Dock. Note also carrier Yorktown (Yorktown-class).The Gantry Crane over the Pearl Harbor drydocks under construction, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 20 Jun 1940.Floating Drydock YFD-2 arriving in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 23 Aug 1940. Note that it is still painted with markings from the Naval Station at New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.Aerial view of Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Jan 1941. Note the Pearl Harbor Naval Operating Base in the foreground and the carrier USS Lexington (Lexington-class) on the far side of Ford Island.
Aerial view of Ford Island and Pearl Harbor’s East Loch anchorage, 3 May 1940. Note 8 battleships along Battleship Row and 2 more across the channel at the 1010 Dock. Note also carrier Yorktown (Yorktown-class).The Gantry Crane over the Pearl Harbor drydocks under construction, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 20 Jun 1940.Floating Drydock YFD-2 arriving in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 23 Aug 1940. Note that it is still painted with markings from the Naval Station at New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.Aerial view of Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Jan 1941. Note the Pearl Harbor Naval Operating Base in the foreground and the carrier USS Lexington (Lexington-class) on the far side of Ford Island.
Admiral Husband Kimmel at the headquarters of the US Navy Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Feb-Dec 1941Admiral Husband Kimmel with his chief of staff Captain William and his operations officer Captain Walter Delany at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1941Straight down aerial view of the Pearl Harbor submarine base, 22 Aug 1941. The large C-shaped building is Fleet Headquarters where Admiral Kimmel’s office was. Note some of the fuel storage tanks are camouflage paintedThe Submarine Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, with Merry Point beyond, Oct 1941. The large building in the center is Pacific Fleet Headquarters. Note the camouflage schemes painted on some of the fuel storage tanks.
Admiral Husband Kimmel at the headquarters of the US Navy Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Feb-Dec 1941Admiral Husband Kimmel with his chief of staff Captain William and his operations officer Captain Walter Delany at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1941Straight down aerial view of the Pearl Harbor submarine base, 22 Aug 1941. The large C-shaped building is Fleet Headquarters where Admiral Kimmel’s office was. Note some of the fuel storage tanks are camouflage paintedThe Submarine Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, with Merry Point beyond, Oct 1941. The large building in the center is Pacific Fleet Headquarters. Note the camouflage schemes painted on some of the fuel storage tanks.
Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Oct 10, 1941. Carrier Enterprise and Repair Ship Curtiss are moored alonfside Ford Island on the right of the photograph.Aerial view of the Pearl Harbor Submarine Base with the supply depot on the Kuahua Peninsula in upper center, 13 Oct 1941. Note the building in the lower left with a roof painted to resemble two smaller buildings.Aerial view of the Pearl Harbor Submarine Piers at Merry Point, 13 Oct 1941. Also pictured is the U-shaped Headquarters Building for the Pacific Fleet and a tank farm at right. Note one tank painted as a building.Shipyard Repair Basins at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Oct 13, 1941.
Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Oct 10, 1941. Carrier Enterprise and Repair Ship Curtiss are moored alonfside Ford Island on the right of the photograph.Aerial view of the Pearl Harbor Submarine Base with the supply depot on the Kuahua Peninsula in upper center, 13 Oct 1941. Note the building in the lower left with a roof painted to resemble two smaller buildings.Aerial view of the Pearl Harbor Submarine Piers at Merry Point, 13 Oct 1941. Also pictured is the U-shaped Headquarters Building for the Pacific Fleet and a tank farm at right. Note one tank painted as a building.Shipyard Repair Basins at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Oct 13, 1941.

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