"The USS Arizona's Sister Ship.  Read about  this great ship that history has forgotten and a Sister's fury. The USS Pennsylvania is  rarely mentioned in any reference to Pearl Harbor (24 men killed, 14 missing in action, and 38 men wounded) or her gallant actions in the Pacific.  She was one of the first to return fire at Pearl Harbor and  survived to deliver incredible fire power on enemy positions for the next 4 years.  Feared by the Japanese, she fired more rounds than any other ship Naval history. Read about the courage and gallantry of these great American's and silent Heroes.  They  will not be forgotten..."

This Web site is Dedicated to my father Kenneth A. Munro who inspired it's creation

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Thanks to the office of Naval Records & History, Ships History Section, Department of Navy and the many readers and supporters of this web site. This world would be a very different place had it not been for the sacrifices and courage of all who served in WWII and aboard this great ship. They are America's Greatest Generation..

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