Category:USS Arizona (BB-39)

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Type Battleship
Ship class Pennsylvania
Order date
Built by New York Naval Shipyard
Keel laid
Launch date
Completion date
Length overall 185.3 m (202.6 yd)
Beam 32.3 m (35.3 yd)
Draft 10 m (11 yd)
Speed 21 knots
English: The USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the United States Navy. The vessel was the third to be named in honor of the 48th state, though the first since its statehood was actually achieved. She was commissioned in 1916 and saw action in World War I. The USS Arizona is best known for her cataclysmic and dramatic sinking, with the loss of 1,177 lives, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, the event that brought about U.S. involvement in World War II. The wreck was not salvaged, but continues to lie at the floor of the harbor. It is the site of a memorial to those who perished on that day.


  • Arizona II (Battleship No. 39). Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. Naval History and Heritage Command. Retrieved on 5 September 2016.
  • ARIZONA (BB 39). Naval Vessel Register. Naval Sea Systems Command. Retrieved on 5 September 2016.

USS Arizona 
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Big Ship
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Instance ofdreadnought,
archaeological site
Named after
Vessel class
Significant event
  • order (4 March 1913)
  • keel laying (16 March 1914)
  • ship launch (19 June 1915)
  • ship commissioning (17 October 1916)
  • ship decommissioning (29 December 1941)
  • 8.8 metre
  • 185.3 metre
Authority control
VIAF ID: 139639909
GND ID: 4502650-6

21° 21′ 53.28″ N, 157° 57′ 00.36″ W

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