Order of battle of the Attack on Pearl Harbor

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This is the attack on Pearl Harbor's order of battle for both the Empire of Japan and the United States.

Imperial Japanese Navy[edit]

Naval General Staff—Admiral Osami Nagano

United States[edit]

Afloat, United States Navy[edit]

Ashore, United States Army[edit]

Ashore, United States Marine Corps[edit]

14th Naval District Marine Officer (Col. Harry K. Pickett)

References[edit]

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