Ford Island Pearl Harbor
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Ford Island Pearl Harbor with the beginning and end of WW II visible. The battleship USS Arizona sunk by the Japanese on Dec 7 1941 (beginning) and the "Big Mo" USS Missouri (end) where the Japanese signed the "Instrument of Surrender" on Sep 2 1945. The Mo served in WW II, Korean War and in the Gulf War and is now a museum ship at Pearl Harbor. This photo not only represents the beginning and end of the US in WW II but also in the picture is the WW II Ford Island airfield control tower. reportedly the only structure not hit during the Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor, It still stands today.
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