The hulk of the United States Ship Arizona
(BB-39) lies in 38 feet of water off Ford Island in Pearl Harbor. She is located at the berth (F-7) to which she was moored on the morning of December 7, 1941. As built in 1915, USS Arizona,
the third United States warship to bear her name, was a steel-hulled battleship. Second and last of the Pennsylvania
was 608 feet in length, with a 97.1-foot beam and a 29.10-foot draft. The battle-scarred and submerged remains of the battleship are the focal point of a shrine erected by the people of the United States to honor and commemorate all American servicemen killed on December 7, 1941, particularly Arizon
a’s crew, many of whom lost their lives during the attack.
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