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A. Ford Island NAS
B. Hickam Field
C. Bellows Field
D. Wheeler Field
E. Kaneohe NAS

R-1. Opana Radar Station
R-2. Kawailoa RS
R-3. Kaaawa RS

G. Haleiwa
H. Kahuku
I. Wahiawa
J. Kaneohe
K. Honolulu

0. B-17s from mainland
1. First strike group
1-1. Level bombers
1-2. Torpedo bombers
1-3. Dive bombers
2. Second strike group
2-1. Level bombers
2-1F. Fighters
2-2. Dive bombers

A. Wake Island
B. Midway Islands
C. Johnston Island
D. Hawaii
D-1. Oahu

1. USS Lexington
2. USS Enterprise

3. First Air Fleet
Date 02:42, 16 November 2007 (UTC)
Source Own work
Author Anynobody

References: Image:Pearl Harbour bombings map.jpg - Japanese map of attacks
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