There were no American aircraft carriers in Pearl Harbor when it was attacked on December 7, 1941.
Destroy the aircraft carriers that weren't in Pearl Harbor.
Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese navy in two attack waves, totaling 353 aircraft launched from six aircraft carriers.
No US aircraft carriers were destroyed in Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked because they were out on the ocean conducting exercises.
Among many other things not at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 2941, the US aircraft carriers were on exercises at sea and so not available to be bombed by the Japanese.
they were akagi,zuikaka,shokaku,kaga,hiryu and soryu
Six fleet carriers. The names of the carriers was ziukaku, shokaku, akagi, kaga, hiryu, and soryuThe Japanese used about four aircraft carriers during the attack on pearl harbor. Each carrying about ten to twenty Japanese fighters.
The war with Japan actually began in December 1941, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7. No US aircraft carriers were in Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked. This was extremely lucky for the US, which had only six or seven carriers altogether, and only three in the Pacific. The Saratoga was in San Diego, California when the attack came, but soon sailed for Pearl Harbor and took part in the first great carrier battles.
== == They were all at sea in the Pacific Ocean. One of them (I think the USS Enterprise) was ferrying planes to Wake Island, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
The Aircraft Carriers
No U.S. or Japanese aircraft carriers were sunk during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The U.S. carriers were at sea and not at Pearl Harbor as the Japanese leadership thought they would be.
On December 7, 1941, Japanese aircraft attacked the American naval installation at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and U.S. Navy ships in the harbor there.