USS Arizona (BB-39). Ordered: 4 March 1913. Builder: Brooklyn Navy Yard. Cost: $ 16,000,000 Laid down: 16 March 1914. Launched: 19 June 1915. Commissioned: 17 October 1916. Decommissioned: 29 December 1941 Struck: 1 December 1942. Fate: Sunk in Attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941. Class & type: Pennsylvania-class battleship. Displacement: 31,917 tons.

Maritime art by Robert Taylor depicting Pearl Harbor immediately prior to the Japanese attack

USS Reno (CL-96). Builder: Bethlehem Steel Company. Laid down: 1 August 1941. Launched: 23 December 1942. Commissioned: 28 December 1943. Decommissioned: 4 November 1946. Fate: Scrapped in 1962. Displacement: 8,600 tons.

Laid down: 1 August Launched: 23 December Commissioned: 28 December Decommissioned: 4 November Fate: Scrapped in Displacement: tons.

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PT Boat 124 in 1943 Action-in-the-Slot by Tom-Freeman

The Battleship Arizona

14 in Pennsylvania class battleship USS Arizona in she was the principal victim at Pearl Harbor seven years later, blowing up with heavy loss of life.

warship art | Warships Art – From Initial Sketches to the Final Version

Word of Warships As Bandeiras Aumentam o Poder dos Navíos

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