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Aftermath of the Attack?

Alan's Dad (WW2 Vet) - Trivia powered by ABE Though the attack inflicted large-scale destruction, the damage was not significant in terms of American fuel storage, maintenance, and intelligence capabilities. Had Japan destroyed the American carriers, the Pacific Fleet's ability to conduct offensive operations would have been crippled for a year or so (given no diversions from the Atlantic Fleet).

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True or False?

1. The elimination of the battleships left the U.S. Navy with no choice but rely on its aircraft carriers and submarines

2. Japanese strategic thinking was a belief the ultimate Pacific battle would be fought by battleships

3. Targets on Genda's list, such as the submarine base and the old headquarters building, proved more important than any battleship.

4. Admiral Hara Tadaichi summed up the Japanese result by saying, "We won a great tactical victory at Pearl Harbor and thereby won the war."

5. Captain Mark Reynolds, Material Officer for Commander, Battle Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, was immediately retained to lead salvage operations.

6. Within six months, five battleships and two cruisers were patched or refloated so they could be sent to shipyards in Pearl and on the mainland for extensive repair.

7. Oklahoma, while successfully raised, was never repaired.

8. Arizona and the target ship Utah were too heavily damaged for salvage.

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