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GOOGLE EARTH VOYAGER: WAR IN THE PACIFIC

In remembrance of World War II and the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, we've teamed up with Google Earth Voyager to create an educational WWII expedition. Take a virtual dive around the world to learn the history and tour the final resting places of some of the most important submerged remnants of the war.

Not familiar with the new Google Earth Voyager?  It's an interactive platform through which you can explore some of the world's most iconic landmarks.

Dive into the history here.

A special thanks to the Submerged Resource Center of the U.S. National Park Service for contributing images. 

  Credit: Brett Seymour, U.S. National Park Service  | The USS Arizona was outfitted with triple gun turrets that now act as a home to sponges and invertebrates. It lies underneath the US National Park Valor Memorial. 

Credit: Brett Seymour, U.S. National Park Service | The USS Arizona was outfitted with triple gun turrets that now act as a home to sponges and invertebrates. It lies underneath the US National Park Valor Memorial. 

  Credit: The Ocean Agency  | A wrecked seaplane, the Japanese Aichi E13A "Jake," lies on the seafloor in Saipan. 

Credit: The Ocean Agency | A wrecked seaplane, the Japanese Aichi E13A "Jake," lies on the seafloor in Saipan.