A submarine weapon during World War II. The interior of this submarine can also be visited. The first search is very well preserved, without the decoration of weapon launching. This place is a good place to appreciate military equipment during World War II. The outdoor environment of the museum is very good. Big.
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The history of the warship has been long. In order to let more people know about the history, the museum has been converted into a museum. The tickets are quite expensive, the venue is relatively small, and it is not allowed to bring in bags. Tourists can enter the submarine and walk from one end to the other without diving into the water. Under the circumstances, experience the confined space. Free explanations are provided in the venue. There are many areas in the boat for viewing. It is very interesting to see the steering wheel, living space, and some weapons.
The Bomin Submarine Battleship Museum and Park, also translated as the U.S. Navy Bowen Submarine Museum and Park, covers an area of about 10,000 square feet. It is located next to the visitor center of the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, and the USS Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri The battleship memorial is also the three highlights of the place with memorial and sightseeing significance. The USS Bowfin Submarine, also known as the "Pearl Harbor Avenger", is a Barlow class submarine named after the bowfin fish. Located in Pearl Harbor, the US Navy Bowen Submarine Museum and Park. The Bowen submarine was launched on December 7, 1942, the first anniversary of the Pearl Harbor incident. During World War II (1943-45), it carried out nine war patrols in the Pacific Ocean , Sinking a total of 44 enemy ships; in 1981, it was opened to the public in Pearl Harbor. In the park, there is also a real Japanese Kaiten manned torpedo (Japanese Kaiten) on display. "Huitian", also known as "human torpedo", is a suicide torpedo that is directly steered by human hands. It was used in special offensive operations at the end of World War II. Its name comes from the Japanese authorities' hope to reverse the war and turn defeat into victory. Of course, the trend of history is irreversible. The outcome of arrogant hegemony, unrighteousness, and barbaric aggression will eventually be overwhelmed by justice and cast aside. Peace will prevail, and peace-loving people will prevail.
The Submarine Museum in Pearl Harbor is worth seeing. You can experience the equipment in the submarine in person. You can learn about various equipment and cockpits, as well as bedrooms and kitchens. In addition, the museum exhibited a lot of related maritime and submarine skills, and experienced the development of submarines in the United States.
The USS Bowfin Submarine Museum is only a few steps away from the USS Arizona Memorial. It covers an area of 10,000 square feet. From army recruitment posters, battle flags, to a cross-section of the Poseidon missile that fully displays the internal operation, more than 4,000 unique exhibits are displayed in the museum.