Wall mural of Arizona
Anchor from Arizona (there were two)
model of Arizona
A mooring quay for ships to tie up. Despite the spelling, it is pronounced “key”.
Inside the memorial
Turret gun support is called a barbette. It’s the tube that both supports the turret itself and contains all the works in the decks below.
Arizona under water
Sailors killed in the attack
Survivors of the attack interred on the Arizona upon their death
Arizona memorial and USS Missouri
Navy shuttle craft
Japanese torpedo recovered from the mud
model of Arizona memorial
Entrance to ticketing area
BB 63 USS Missouri
guns guns guns
facing the memorial
Turret #1: 2000 lb. shell up to 23 miles and up to 36,000 ft. altitude.
CEC: Combat Engagement Center
CEC: Combat Engagement Center Cruise Missiles controlled from monitors on left.
Air traffic control station. Radar, but with a specific purpose beyond the other radar stations on the ship. To make sure no friendly planes would be hit when the 16" guns fired as the shells can reach 36,000 feet.
This tower is flooded for underwater training
View across the harbor
Guided Missile Destroyer, Arleigh Burke Class
Harpoon missiles and cruise missile pods in background
all the way up there
top of the world
unmanned drone &
two ACM's: armored cruise missile pods with 4 each.
Gatling gun, is AKA a “Sea-whiz” CIWZ; close in weapons system. This one would have to be thrown.
the memorial from the bridge
wow! How thick the steel. (16" to protect the bridge) Don't get your fingers caught. Notice the watertight seal.
replica of the 'end of hostilities' documents
The spot where the documents were signed
Navy Archive photo of signing of 'End of Hostilities' documents.
Nimitz signing with (left to right) Gen. MacArthur, Adm. Halsey and Adm. Ted Sherman. At 10 o'clock behind Sherman is Adm. John R. “Slew” McCain, John McCain’s grandfather!
Inside Turret #1
Pacific Air Museum Stearman
Pacific Air Museum F4F-3 Wildcat
Pacific Air Museum Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless
Pacific Air Museum
Pacific Air Museum Japanese Zero
Pacific Air Museum Japanes Zero
Japanese Bombs and torpedoes
Pacific Air Museum Curtiss P-40E Warhawk
aerial representation of the attack
USS Bowfin submarine