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Dockside berth

The majority of the ships in Pearl Harbor were moored offshore. Some were undergoing repairs in dry dock (Pennsylvania and Cassin, for example). Others were tied up at Ten Ten Pier (Oglala and Helena) or at the Navy Yard berths in South-East Loch (Cummings and St Louis, for example).

See also: Cassin; Cummings; Helena; Oglala; Pearl Harbor; Pennsylvania; St Louis; South-East Loch; Ten Ten Pier

You can find out more about dry dock in the following Osprey book:

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