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Fleet Carrier Kaga, Auxiliary Carrier Junyo, Heavy Cruiser Myoko, Heavy Cruiser Suzuya

Fleet Carrier Kaga, Auxiliary Carrier Junyo, Heavy Cruiser Myoko, Heavy Cruiser Suzuya

Kaga was an aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), the third to enter service, named after the former Kaga Province in present-day Ishikawa Prefecture. Originally intended to be one of two Tosa-class battleships, Kaga was converted under the terms of the Washington Naval Treaty to an aircraft carrier as the replacement for the battlecruiser Amagi, which had been damaged during the 1923 Great Kanto earthquake

Japanese carrier Kaga making speed showing her some original design elements. Three flight decks and twin ' turrets forward.

Japanese carrier Kaga

Kaga Japan’s third aircraft carrier, built originally with three flight decks and then rebuilt with only one. Could hold a total of 90 aircraft. Participated in the Battle of Pearl Harbor and was lost at the Battle of Midway.

"SEN-KOTU CLASS" SUBMERSIBLE AIRCRAFT CARRIER   These monsters were the largest submarines in the world at the time, and remained so until the advent of the modern nuclear "Boomer". Not only were they 60% larger than the Narwhal Class U.S. boats but they still hold the all-time range record for a diesel-electric sub: ....An astonishing 37,500 nautical miles!!! These boats could cruise 1 ½ times around the World without refueling!

was one of five Japanese submarines captured by the U. Navy at the end of World War II.

Imperial Japanese Navy aircraft carrier kaga

Imperial Japanese Navy Carrier Kaga: photo taken after her massive refitting. Its smokestack is directed downwards to extinguish the smoke with seawater.

Japanese Aircraft Carrier Kaga scuttled on the 4th June 1942 during the battle of Midway. The wreck was located in 1999 although the main part of her hull has not been found.

Japanese Aircraft Carrier Kaga scuttled on the June 1942 during the battle of Midway. The wreck was located in 1999 although the main part of her hull has not been found.

The IJN Carrier "Zuiho" manuvering during the Battle of Leyte Gulf [Via]

Carrier Zuiho damaged during Battle off Cape Engaño, 25 Oct note battleship camouflage

HIJMS Kaga, seen from an escorting warship 1941 #KiRi group キリ

Archive Japanese Naval photo showing the Japanese aircraft carrier Kaga during sea trials 02

USS George HW Bush (CVN 77). It is one of 11 U.S. nuclear aircraft carrier class Nimitz. The largest warship in the world. The ship was adopted by the U.S. Army in 2009.

USS George HW Bush (CVN It is one of 11 U. The largest warship in the world. The ship was adopted by the U.

Long Slumber: Present-day wreck of USS Yorktown as rendered by National Geographic.

The almost perfectly preserved USS Yorktown ship wreck more than three miles down.

The Japanese aircraft carrier Kaga in flames during the Battle of Midway, June 4, 1942. It is more than likely to be a tricked image of propaganda.

The Japanese aircraft carrier Kaga in flames during the Battle of Midway, June 1942

IJN Aircraft Carrier Zuikaku at Bungo-channel, October 1941. Notice a Zero fighter flying above...!

The IJN Carrier Zuikaku in Bungo Channel October 1941 rehearsing for the planned attack on Pearl Harbor.

Akagi, Kaga, Soryu, Hiryu and Graf Zeppelin by Lordmichael95.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Here are my four favourite Japanese Aircraft Carriers:KagaAkagiSoryuHiryuand my Favourite German Aircraft Carrier (Which is was never complete) in . Akagi, Kaga, Soryu, Hiryu and Graf Zeppelin