The Ship That Wouldn’t Die – USS Shaw DD-373 – theleansubmariner

One of the most remarkable pictures captured at Pearl Harbor on December 7th was the spectacular explosion of the USS Shaw which was in a floating dry dock as the attack began. The bomb damage was significant enough to make anyone watching wonder if anything could have survived on that fateful day.

The Ship That Wouldn’t Die – USS Shaw DD-373

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2 Responses to The Ship That Wouldn’t Die – USS Shaw DD-373 – theleansubmariner

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    What an incredible story of a ship!

    Liked by 1 person

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