Naval Hospital Pearl Harbor was established in 1915 with a 50-bed hospital. The facility grew over the years to include facilities on Ford Island. When the Japanese attacked on December 7, 1941, The facility on Ford Island received a bomb hit, which caused minimal damage and knocked out utilities. During and after the attack, the hospital treated over 960 patients that day. After the Pearl Harbor attack, the facilities were expanded, including additional buildings in Aiea. Please view the list to learn the names of those who lost their lives on that day.

Wreckage of a Japanese Nakajima B5N Type 97 carrier attack plane ("Kate") that crashed at the Naval Hospital, Pearl Harbor, during the attack. This plane came from the aircraft carrier Kaga., Department of the Navy. Fourteenth Naval District, Photographer, National Archives and Records Administration, cataloged under the National Archives Identifier (NAID) 296005, PD-USGov

S. No. Name, Rank
1 Arthur W. Russett, PhM1c