Admiral Kimmel and staff in a meeting, and U.S. Navy ships docked at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
Pearl Harbor Hawaii USA Date:1941 Duration:41 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Admiral Husband E. Kimmel, U.S. Navy, Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet and Pacific Fleet, (center), confers with his Chief of Staff, Captain William W. Smith, (right), and his Operations Officer and Assistant Chief of Staff, Captain Walter S. DeLany (left), at Pearl Harbor, in 1941. Closeup view of Admiral Kimmel. View of two U.S. Navy submarines and several ships docked at Pearl Harbor, and crew men working on some of the ships. USS Indianapolis (CA-35) is seen at dock. Dock crane removing a 5 inch gun from USS San Francisco (CA-38) in the beginning stages of a refit. She would still be getting refitted when the attack on Dec. 7th occurred. Covered Lighter barge YF-240 is also seen. This is the barge that was next to USS Nevada during the attack. This was filmed before the December attack on Pearl Harbor by the Empire of Japan.
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