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Pearl Harbor Ship and Planes
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United States


California Battleship 44 1919 21.0 knots Battleship Row; forward of the Maryland and Oklahoma 2,200 2 torpedo hits, 0800-0810 hours; 1 bomb hit

Maryland Battleship 46 1920 21.0 knots Battleship Row; tied to the Oklahoma 2,100 2 bomb hits

Oklahoma Battleship 37 1914 20.5 knots Battleship Row; tied to the Maryland 1,301 5 torpedo hits; ship capsized; 429 men dead; 32 survivors cut out of hull in following days

Tennessee Battleship 43 1919 21.0 knots Battleship Row; inboard of the West Virginia 2,200 2 bomb hits

West Virginia Battleship 48 1921 21.0 knots Battleship Row; outboard of the Tennessee 2,350 6 torpedo hits; 2 bomb hits; half sunk

Arizona Battleship 39 1915 21.0 knots Battleship Row; tied to the Vestal forward of the Nevada 1,500 1 torpedo hit, 0805 hours; 8 bomb hits, 0810 hours; half sunk

Pennsylvania Battleship 38 1915 21.0 knots Dry dock; behind the destroyers Cassin and Downes 1,301 2 bomb hits, 0900-0910 hours

Nevada Battleship 36 1914 21.0 knots Battleship Row; tied to the Vestal, which was forward of the Nevada 1,500 1 torpedo hit; 6 bomb hits; beached on Hospital Point

Utah
Battleship 31 1911 20.0 knots West side of Ford Island 1,001 2 torpedo hits; capsized to port

Helena
Light Cruiser 50 1938 32.5 knots Ten Ten Pier; inboard of the Oglala 1,700 1 torpedo hit

Cassin
Destroyer 372 1933 36.5 knots Dry dock; next to the Downes 172 1 bomb hit, 0906 hours

Downes Destroyer 375 1933 36.5 knots Dry dock; next to the Cassin 172 2 bomb hits, 0906 hours

Shaw
Destroyer 373 1935 36.5 knots Floating dry dock; west of the Pennsylvania and Ten Ten Pier 172 3 bomb hits, 0902 hours; badly damaged

Oglala
Minelayer 4 1917 20.0 knots Ten Ten Pier; across from Battleship Row outboard of the Helena 300 1 torpedo hit, 0930 hours; capsized to port

Argonne
Flagship 31 1921 15.5 knots Naval Yard dock; southeast of Battleship Row 85 No damage

Vestal
Repair Ship 4 1909 16.0 knots Battleship Row; tied to the Arizona 466 2 bomb hits; beached on Aiea Sands, 0945 hours





Japan

Akagi Red Castle 1927 31 knots 2,000

Kaga Increased Joy 1920 28.5 knots 27 Zeros, 27 Vals, 27 Kates 2,016

Shokaku Happy Crane 1939 34.5 knots 18 Zeros, 27 Vals, 27 Kates 1,660

Zuikaku Lucky Crane 1939 34.5 knots 18 Zeros, 27 Vals, 27 Kates 1,600

Hiryu Flying Dragon 1939 34.5 knots 24 Zeros, 18 Vals, 18 Kates 1,100

Soryu Green Dragon 1937 34.5 knots 27 Zeros,18 Vals, 18 Kates 1,100







Aichi 3A2,
Val Type 99 281 mph
(450 kph) 874 miles (1407 km) (1) 250-kg (551-lb) bomb under fusilage
(1) 60-kg (132-lb) bomb under each wing Two back to back Carrier-borne, single-engine dive bomber

Mitsubishi A6M2 Zeke or Zero
Model 11 340 mph
(544 kph) 1,160 miles
(1867 km) (1) 60-kg (132-lb) bomb under each wing One Carrier-borne fighter

Nakajima B5N2
Kate Type 97,
Model 12 225 mph
(360 kph) 683 miles
(1093 km) (1) 18-in (28-cm) torpedo
or (1) 500-kg (1100-lb) bomb Two to three Single-engine torpedo bomber 1.


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