An NPS diver explores an open hatch with the cover propped open on the forward port side of the USS Arizona, just behind the No. 1 gun turret.
(Dec. 7, 2014) Four of the nine remaining <em>USS Arizona</em> survivors, Donald Stratton, left, Louis Conter, John Anderson, and Lauren Bruner, toast in honor of fallen shipmates and service members of the Dec. 7, 1941
In 1986, the NPS conducted a Biofouling and Corrosion Study on the <em>USS Arizona</em>, to determine the causes and rates of deterioration of the ship components and would subsequently provide a scientific bas... More
While the USS Arizona sustained the greatest loss of life of any ship at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, many other ships sacrificed lives that day. The USS Pennsylvania was repaired after the Japanese attack... More
Documentation of the USS Arizona is ongoing by the National Park Service. Here, a 3D camera attached to a ROV is entering a hatch. Divers do not penetrate into the ship out of respect for the men still inside.
.50 Caliber round on the <em>USS Arizona</em>, tagged with a catalog record number. A variety of 50-caliber machine guns were installed on <em>Arizona</em> to increase antiaircraft fire power.
This aerial view of the USS Arizona and its Memorial vividly shows the ghostly remains of the sunken battleship of the oil that still leaks daily from the ships oil bunkers.
The Memorial consists of three section: the entry and assembly rooms,; a central area designed for ceremonies and general observation; and the Shrine Room, where the names of those killed on the USS Arizona are... More