How Did the United States retaliate against Japan after the Attack on Pearl Harbor?

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Albert Wesley Pinkham is listed as a member of the crew of the USS Arizona. It is quite possible that he is one of the men who were killed 12/7/41.

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Prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor, our Pacific Fleet was based there, there were several Army Air Bases and various military posts. There was a general build up in the islands due to Japanese aggression in the far East and the general feeling that war with Japan was inevitable
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