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    Ewa Oahu | Hawaii United States

Located along the southern coast (leeward) of Oahu to the west of Honolulu and Pearl Harbor. Pronounced "Eh-va".

Ewa Field
Located to the west of Honolulu

On October 1, 2010 Hawaii Undersea Research Lab (HURL) conducted a test and trial dive off Ewa with Pisces V and Pisces IV, exploring the wreckage of SBD Dauntless 2136.

Steven Price adds:
"Besides the two Dauntlesses, our test dives resulted in the discovery of 2 LST's, 2 LCT's, 2 very old torpedoes, other assorted ordnance, and 3 vehicles. One of the LST's is most likely the USS Chittenden County sunk in 1958 as a target by the USS Sargo SS-583. The other amphibious vessels may be from the West Loch Disaster."

SBD Dauntless 2136
Pilot Hogan aerial collision on April 2, 1942 wreckage found at 1050'

SBD Dauntless 2165
Pilot Liffner aerial collision on April 2, 1942

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Last Updated
May 22, 2017


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