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The remains of this turrent is the only large piece of the Arizona that is still left above water.

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Another shot of the turrent this time also showing the concrete pier that was poured after the sinking to prevent the ship from moving

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This is the Missouri which is now open for the public as well. This is an Ohio class battleship built in 1941. The war with Japan was signed to an end on this ship. More recently it shelled the Iraqi coast and fired Tomahawks during the Persian Gulf war.

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The USS Vestal was the fueler ship for the Arizona and was tied to it during the attack. This is the memorial for that ship

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This is a shot of the Pearl Harbor shipyard and home to the pacfic fleet. Of which none was in port this day.

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This is a list of the brave sailers and soldiers that died protecting our great country when the Arizona went down.

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I took this while riding the boat back to shore from the memorial. You can see the entire memorial plus Mighty Mo in the background.

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Kym and I with the memorial and Mighty Mo in the background.

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This is a WWII submarine exhibit. We didn't have a chance to walk inside it because the Arizone and Missouri took the entire day to tour.