Friday, October 12, 2007

Sights of Pearl Harbor

Here are some images to illustrate the activities on Wednesday. Our group disembarks from the buses and gathers on the lawn of the Arizona Memorial visitors center.

Standing in front of the anchor of the USS Arizona.

Wahoo families touring the memorial.

Oil seeping from the hull of Arizona. It was a slick similar to this that allowed the Japanese to spot Wahoo while exiting La Perouse sixty-four years ago.

Standing on the bow of USS Missouri. During this tour it started to get hot!

A Los Angeles class submarine departs the Submarine Base and heads to sea.

Pacific Aviation Museum A6M Zero display.

Recreation of Ted Lawson's B-25 "The Ruptured Duck" on the deck of the USS Hornet.


paperwritingpro writing service on 1:40 AM said...

I loved reading this great article. It was ver y nice along with the ocean or sea. It was worth reading. I wish I could experience this once in a lifetime.

expansion joint covers on 4:35 AM said...

Loved seeing these images. Just reminded me few moments i had at this place. It was fun to be there.


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