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1. what time was the first target hit at Pearl Harbor?

Answer: 7:53 a.m.

2. Who said, "A day which will live in infamy"?

Answer: President Franklin D. Roosevelt

3. Which ships were placed within 12 miles from the island?

Answer: Ward, Vega, and Antares

4. What year was the legislation passed authorizing the Navy to erect a memorial of the USS Arizona?

Answer: 1958

5. How many sailors died on the USS Arizona?

Answer: 1,177

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