Basically, 4 battleships and 2 destroyers were lost during Pearl Harbor, which critically damaged the US fleet and it's influence in the Pacific.after that, the Japanese quickly took many of the islands owned by the US in the Pacific. 200 military aircraft-most on the ground-were lost during Pearl Harbor. Japan only lost a handful of aircraft. Under Captain Homer N. Wallin, salvage operations began soon after Pearl Harbor, and many of the battleships were fixed and ready for combat. American oil supplies remained intact, along with repair facilities which were never touched, therefore helping the US Navy back onto its feet soon after Peael Harbor. The Japanese also missed a critical objective. Of the 3 carriers based at Pearl Harbor, all of them were out at sea at the time of the attack by pure chance and weren't pursued by the Imperial Japanese Navy after Peal Harbor. That enabled the US fleet to strike back quickly, and with ferocity that cannot be matched to this day.
Who would you swap lives with for a day?
Did Bill Nye go to jail?
Which is the verb in this sentence - it is such a nice day?
Is 30 pints greater than 7 gallons?
What is 180 degree Celsius equal to in Fahrenheit?
A farmer has 19 sheep All but 7 die How many are left?
How many times does 3 go into 100?
What should I know about coronavirus?
What does contingent mean in real estate?
How many stars are in the Big Dipper?
What is the one food you could eat for the rest of your life?
What does a red flag mean on the beach?
What's the weirdest state symbol?
What is OK short for?
Is it possible to die of a broken heart?
What is the English word for maram oru varam
What are the Advantage and disadvantage of mechanical transducer
Are you involved in development or open source activities in your personal capacity
Looking for a movie that I forgot the name of
What happened to Kelly on tmz
What is the difference between indigenous and formal bookkeeping
What is an example of juxtaposition in Private peaceful