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USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
It was December 7, 1942. The United States, like much of Europe and Asia, was deep in World War II. But this day stood out for the United States in particular, because exactly one year before, Japanese bombers had swarmed Pearl Harbor, killing 2,403 Americans and wounding 1,178 others.
The anniversary also happened to be the launch date of the USS Bowfin (SS-287), a fleet attack submarine dubbed the Pearl Harbor Avenger. From that day until the end of the war in 1945, the USS Bowfin undertook nine patrols in hostile waters, contributing to the ultimately successful efforts of the Allied Powers.
Now long retired, this 311-foot-long Balao-class submarine lives at a museum and park named in its honor, appropriately located at Pearl Harbor, along with other memorials and historic artifacts.
- Heritage: Besides acquiring the Bowfin submarine from the Navy, the museum inherited thousands of artifacts from the Pacific Submarine Museum that closed in 1989.
- Eye Catcher: a 6-ton, 34-foot-long cutaway mockup of a Poseidon C-3 missile
- Permanent Mainstay: the USS Bowfin (SS-287)
- Don't Miss: a Cold War–era Regulus I cruise missile