The only color film shot during the attack on Pearl Harbor – 12/7/1941

The only original color film of the attack, which was shot by U.S. Navy Chief Warrant Officer 4 Clyde Daughtry from the deck of USS Argonne (AP-4/AS-10/AG-31) while it was moored at the 1010 dock.

4 thoughts on “The only color film shot during the attack on Pearl Harbor – 12/7/1941

  1. Santayana says:

    Private shipyards in San Diego responsible for protecting Navy warships have not been following security protocols meant to protect those billion-dollar assets, and the Navy was alerted to the lapses more than two years ago, according to an inewsource investigation.
    San Diego is the principal homeport of the Navy’s Pacific Fleet, and waterborne security threats have been a top priority for the Navy since the deadly terrorist bombing of the USS Cole in 2000.

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