Answers can be found in USS Hoga / Pearl Harbor exhibit.
Who attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941? Japan
USS Arizona (BB-39), the most notorious battleship that sunk in Pearl Harbor, had 1,177 crew members died during the attack. How many of these crew members killed were from Arkansas? 23 men
What United States Navy vessel moved USS Nevada (BB-36) out of the channel while the battleship was sinking? USS Hoga (YT-146), a fire fighting tugboat
Answers can be found in USS Razorback exhibit.
USS Razorback (SS-394) completed five patrols during World War II. How much tonnage did the submarine sink and damage? Sunk=22,850 tons, Damaged=5,800 tons, Total=28,650 tons
Where was USS Razorback on September 2, 1945? Tokyo Bay, Japan
What happened on September 2, 1945? Japanese surrender ceremony, end of World War II
Answers can be found in USS Arkansas battleship exhibit.
When was the first time that the battleship USS Arkansas (BB-33) fired the guns in anger? June 6, 1944, D-Day
What war was USS Arkansas fighting when the guns were first fired in anger? World War II
What did USS Arkansas do in Operation Magic Carpet? Brought military personnel home from war.
What happened to USS Arkansas after World War II? Operation Crossroads was a series of atmospheric nuclear weapon tests. The battleship was blown up by a nuclear bomb.