Pearl Harbor Then and Now

Pearl Harbor today compared to Dec. 7, 1941

Navy Public Affairs Support Element West, Det. Hawaii provided All Hands Magazine this unique look at areas of Pearl Harbor as they are now combined with how they looked on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941.

NPASE West Det. Hawaii also produced a multimedia video that you can watch HERE.

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Defenders on Ford Island watch for planes during the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan)
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The battleship USS California (BB 44) burns in the foreground as the battleship USS Arizona (BB 39) burns in the background after the initial attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan)
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Defenders on Ford Island watch for planes during the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan)
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Hangar 6 on Ford Island stands badly damaged after the attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan)
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A view of the historic Ford Island control tower from 1941. The tower was once used to guide airplanes at the airfield on the island and will now be used as an aviation library. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan)
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The battleship USS Arizona (BB 39) burns in the background during the attack on Pearl Harbor as viewed from Ford Island. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan)
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The Mahan-class destroyer USS Shaw (DD 373) explodes in the background after the attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan)
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Sailors on Ford Island look on as the Mahan-class destroyer USS Shaw (DD 373) explodes in the background after the attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan)

Comments (8)

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    Kathleen Ouellet January 31, 2014

    Wow Superb Job! I was once assigned to the CINCPACFLT Boathouse and gave tours there. I was a BM3. I hope to return someday to see the the beloved boathouse!

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    Navy mom January 4, 2014

    You are a gifted artist! These pictures are spectacular. Thank you. GO NAVY!

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    Armed Services Sister December 30, 2013

    Splendid job, MC Spc Quinlan

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    clarino December 10, 2013

    Comment was illegible.

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    Bill Young December 8, 2013

    Thank you, Specialist Quinlan. that was very well done.

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    Old Chief YN December 9, 2013

    GREAT display. Petty Officer Diana Quinlan has done an outstanding job. WELL DONE!!

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    Paul December 8, 2013

    Stolen idea from http://www.ghostsofwar.co.uk

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    @USSArizona December 8, 2013

    These images by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan are nothing short of amazing. We live history in these images. Bravo Zulu!

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