List of United States Navy ships present at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941

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Targets:
1:USS California 2:USS Maryland 3:USS Oklahoma 4:USS Tennessee
5:USS West Virginia 6:USS Arizona 7:USS Nevada 8:USS Pennsylvania 9:Ford Island NAS 10:Hickam field
Ignored:
A:Oil storage tanks B:CINCPAC headquarters building C:Submarine base D:Navy Yard

List of United States Navy ships present at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, including commissioned warships and service auxiliaries, but not yard craft assigned to the Fourteenth Naval District. Destroyer Division 80, consisting of the four old Wickes class destroyers Allen, Chew, Schley, and Ward; USCG cutter Taney; gunboat Sacramento; and auxiliaries Cockatoo, Condor, Crossbill, Reedbird, and Sunnadin were part of Fourteenth Naval District. The remainder listed were assigned to the Pacific Fleet.

Units[edit]

Ship Name Desig Status Notes Links
Pennsylvania BB-38 Damaged in drydock No. 1, with Cassin and Downes. Three propeller shafts removed. [1]
Arizona BB-39 Sunk, total loss Moored Battleship row, berth F-7 forward of Nevada aft of Tennessee [2]
Nevada BB-36 Seriously damaged, beached at Hospital Point Moored aft of Arizona at berth F-8 [3]
Oklahoma BB-37 Sunk, total loss Moored Battleship row, outboard of Maryland at berth F-5, forward of West Virginia [4]
Tennessee BB-43 Relatively minor damage, repaired by February 1942 Moored starboard side to berth F-6, next to West Virginia and forward of Arizona [5]
California BB-44 Sunk, floated, rebuilt by January 1944 Moored starboard side to, at berth F-3. [6]
Maryland BB-46 Damaged, two bomb hits, repaired by February 26, 1942 Moored on Battleship row, inboard of Oklahoma at berth F-5, forward of Tennessee [7]
West Virginia BB-48 Sunk, floated, rebuilt by July 1944 Moored outboard of Tennessee at berth F-6, forward of Arizona [8]
New Orleans CA-32 Minor damage Moored at Berth B-16, Navy Yard Pearl Harbor undergoing engine repairs [9]
San Francisco CA-38 Undamaged Under overhaul at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard berth B-17 [10]
Raleigh CL-7 Damaged by torpedo Moored at berth F-12, forward of Utah, aft of Detroit [11]
Detroit CL-8 Undamaged Moored at berth F-13, aft of Raleigh [12]
Phoenix CL-46 Undamaged Berth C-6 [13]
Honolulu CL-48 Minor damage from a bomb near miss Moored at berth B-21, Navy Yard, with St. Louis outboard [14]
St. Louis CL-49 Minor bullet hits Moored outboard of Honolulu at Berth B-21, Navy Yard, [15]
Helena CL-50 Seriously damaged, repaired by mid-1942 Moored at berth B-2 Naval station with Oglala [16]
Allen DD-66 Undamaged Moored to Chew, Solace nearby to port, berth X-5. [17]
Schley DD-103 Undamaged Moored in a nest of ships undergoing overhaul in berth B-20, unarmed. [18]
Chew DD-106 Undamaged berthed at X-5 to Allen [19]
Ward DD-139 Undamaged patrolling channel entrance to Pearl Harbor [20]
Dewey DD-349 Undamaged moored berth X-2 with Phelps, MacDonough, Worden, Hull and Dobbin [21]
Farragut DD-348 Undamaged starboard to port) [22]
Hull DD-350 Very minor damage from a bomb near-miss berth X-2, nested with Dobbins, Dewey, Worden, MacDonough, and Phelps [23]
Macdonough DD-351 Undamaged berth X-2, nested with Dobbins, Hull, Dewey, Worden and Phelps [24]
Worden DD-352 Undamaged moored Berth X-2, undergoing routine upkeep alongside portside of the Dobbin. Nested to portside were Hull, Phelps, Dewey and MacDonough [25]
Dale DD-353 Undamaged starboard to port) [26]
Monaghan DD-354 Undamaged starboard to port) [27]
Aylwin DD-355 Minor damage to propeller berthed at buoy X-18 with Dale to port, followed by Farragut and Monagaham [28]
Selfridge DD-357 Undamaged nested with Conyngham, Tucker, Case and Reid, undergoing repairs alongside Whitney at berth X-8 [29]
Phelps DD-360 Undamaged berth X-2 undergoing tender overhaul, nested with Hull, Dewey, Worden, MacDonough, and Dobbins [30]
Cummings DD-365 Minor damage from bomb fragments nested at berth B-15; order of the ships from the pier outboard – Tracy, Preble, Cummings [31]
Reid DD-369 Undamaged nested with Conyngham, Tucker, Case and Selfridge, undergoing repairs alongside Whitney at berth X-8 [32]
Case DD-370 Undamaged moored starboard side of Whitney at berth X-8. Nested with Conyngham, Reid, Tucker, Case and Selfridge moored alongside to port [33]
Conyngham DD-371 Undamaged moored starboard side to Whitney at berth X-8. Reid, Tucker, Case and Selfridge were nested outboard. [34]
Cassin DD-372 Heavily damaged, considered lost, but rebuilt by February 5, 1944 in drydock next to Downes, forward of Pennsylvania [35]
Shaw DD-373 Heavily damaged, lost bow, repaired by July 1942. YFD-2) [36]
Tucker DD-374 Undamaged moored with Whitney, Reid, Conyngham, Case and Selfridge at berth X-8. [37]
Downes DD-375 Heavily damaged, considered lost, but rebuilt and recommissioned November 15, 1943 in drydock next to Cassin forward of Pennsylvania [38]
Bagley DD-386 Minor damage from nearby explosions Berth B-22, Navy Yard Pearl Harbor [39]
Blue DD-387 Undamaged Berth X-7 [40]
Helm DD-388 Minor damage by two bomb near-misses Underway from berth X-7 just prior to attack, en route to deperming buoys at West Loch [41]
Mugford DD-389 Undamaged moored port side to the Sacramento, in berth B-6, at the Navy Yard [42]
Ralph Talbot DD-390 Undamaged moored bow to southward to buoy X-11 with the Patterson alongside to port and the Henley to starboard. [43]
Henley DD-391 Minor damage from strafing Moored with Patterson and Ralph Talbot [44]
Patterson DD-392 Undamaged moored at berth X-11 with Henley and Ralph Talbot [45]
Jarvis DD-393 Undamaged moored port side to Mugford at berth B-6 Navy Yard Pearl Harbor, during a restricted availability period [46]
Narwhal SS-167 Undamaged moored in berth S-9 at the Submarine Base [47]
Dolphin SS-169 Undamaged moored port side to, Pier #4, in Berth S-8, U.S. Submarine Base [48]
Cachalot SS-170 Undamaged moored at berth B-1, Navy Yard, undergoing scheduled overhaul [49]
Tautog SS-199 Undamaged moored at pier two, U.S. Submarine Base [50]
Oglala CM-4 Sunk, but salvaged and recommissioned February 1944 Moored alongside Helena at berth B-2 [51]
Turkey AM-13 Undamaged moored in a nest at the Coal Dock with Rail, Bobolink, and Vireo [52]
Bobolink AM-20 Undamaged moored in a nest at the westerly end of the Coal Docks with Vireo and Turkey inboard, and Rail outboard. [53]
Rail AM-26 Undamaged moored in a nest at the Coal Dock with Turkey, Bobolink, and Vireo [54]
Tern AM-31 Undamaged north end of 1010 dock) undergoing upkeep alongside Argonne [55]
Grebe AM-43 Undamaged berth B-20, Navy Yard, alongside Schley
Vireo AM-52 Undamaged moored inboard at the Coal Dock, bow to seaward, with Turkey, Bobolink, and Rail moored outboard [56]
Gamble DM-15 Undamaged moored in berth D-3, Middle Loch, in nest with division, order of ships from starboard Ramsay, Breese, Montgomery, and Gamble [57]
Ramsay DM-16 Undamaged moored in berth D-3, Middle Loch, in nest with division, order of ships from starboard Ramsay, Breese, Montgomery, and Gamble [58]
Montgomery DM-17 Undamaged moored in berth D-3, Middle Loch, in nest with division, order of ships from starboard Ramsay, Breese, Montgomery, and Gamble [59]
Breese DM-18 Undamaged moored in berth D-3, Middle Loch, in nest with division, order of ships from starboard Ramsay, Breese, Montgomery, and Gamble [60]
Tracy DM-19 Undamaged moored portside to berth B-15, Navy Yard, unarmed, disabled, undergoing overhaul. Preble and Cummings were moored to starboard in that order. [61]
Preble DM-20 Undamaged moored in berth B-15, undergoing scheduled overhaul, no arms on board. Nest order of ships from the pier outboard – Tracy, Preble, Cummings [62]
Sicard DM-21 Undamaged Moored starboard side to Pruitt in berth B-18 Navy Yard undergoing overhaul. [63]
Pruitt DM-22 Undamaged moored at berth B-18, Navy Yard, undergoing routine overhaul. Sicard and Ontario moored to port in that order. [64]
Zane DMS-14 Undamaged moored bow and stern in a nest with Mine Division Four at buoys D-7 and D-7s; order from port to starboard: Trever, Wasmuth, Zane, and Perry. [65]
Wasmuth DMS-15 Undamaged moored bow and stern in a nest with Mine Division Four at buoys D-7 and D-7s; order from port to starboard: Trever, Wasmuth, Zane, and Perry. [66]
Trever DMS-16 Undamaged moored at buoys D-7 and D-7-S, bow towards Pearl City, in the following order from north, Trever, Wasmuth, Zane, and Perry [67]
Perry DMS-17 Undamaged moored at buoy D-7, in the following order from north, Trever, Wasmuth, Zane, and Perry [68]
Sacramento PG-19 Undamaged moored port side to berth B-6, Navy Yard with Mugford and Jarvis moored alongside to starboard. [69]
Dobbin AD-3 Minor damage berth X-2, nested with Hull, Dewey, Worden, MacDonough, and Phelps [70]
Whitney AD-4 Undamaged moored bow and stern to buoys X-8 and X-8S with Conyngham, Reid, Tucker, Case and Selfridge moored alongside to port [71]
Curtiss AV-4 Suffered bomb damage, repaired San Diego, back to Pearl Harbor by January 13, 1942 moored in berth X-22 [72]
Tangier AV-8 Minor damage by several bomb near-misses berthed at F-10, Ford Island, with ship's head bearing 230° true; Utah moored at F-11 directly astern; Raleigh at F-12 [73]
Avocet AVP-4 Undamaged moored at berth F-1, Naval Air Station Dock [74]
Swan AVP-7 Undamaged resting on the Marine Railway dock, in boiler upkeep [75]
Hulbert AVD-6 Undamaged moored berth S-3 at the Submarine Base [76]
Thornton AVD-11 Undamaged moored port side to dock at berth S-1, Submarine Base [77]
Pyro AE-1 Minor damage due to a near-miss from a dive bomber moored starboard side to West Loch dock. [78]
Ramapo AO-12 Undamaged moored in Berth B-12, aft of Rigel, starboard side to, under the large crane [79]
Neosho AO-23 Undamaged, moved to berth M-3 Merry Point at 0930 aft of California) [80]
Medusa AR-1 Undamaged moored berth X-23 near Curtiss [81]
Vestal AR-4 Damaged, struck by 2 bombs and adjacent to Arizona during explosions moored port side to the port side of the Arizona at F-7 [82]
Rigel AR-11 Minor damage from bomb near-misses moored in berth B-13, Navy Yard, unarmed and undergoing major repairs and conversion, forward of Ramapo [83]
Pelias AS-14 Undamaged moored at submarine Base dock [84]
Widgeon ASR-1 Undamaged berthed at the submarine base [85]
Solace AH-5 Undamaged moored berth X-4. Moved to berth X-13 at 0900. [86]
Castor AKS-1 Undamaged berthed at Merry Point berth M-4, near Sumner [87]
Antares AKS-3 Undamaged, docked at Honolulu at 1146 Operating at harbor entrance [88]
Ontario AT-13 Undamaged moored in berth B-18, Repair Basin, Pearl Harbor outboard of the Sicard, undergoing an overhaul [89]
Keosanqua AT-38 Operating at harbor entrance with Antares [90]
Utah AG-16 Sunk, total loss moored at Berth F-11, between Raleigh forward and Tangier astern [91]
Argonne AG-31 Moored at berth B-5, north end of 1010 Dock. [92]
Sumner AG-32 Minor injuries to gun crews incurred while firing on aircraft Moored to the new dock at the southern end of the Submarine Base, port side to, bow to eastward [93]
Cockatoo AMc-8 Undamaged
Crossbill AMc-9 Undamaged Returned to harbor from sweeping 0525 [94]
Condor AMc-14 Undamaged Returned to harbor from sweeping 0525 [95]
Reedbird AMc-30
Sunnadin AT-28
Taney WHEC-37 Undamaged. Moored in Honolulu harbor. On July 25, 1941, the Coast Guard cutter was transferred to the Navy and reported for duty with the local defense forces of the 14th Naval District (Destroyer Division 80).

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