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Interrogation Nav 97, Captain Takashi Miyazaki

30 Nov 1945

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MIYAZAKI, Takashi, Captain, I.J.N.

MIYAZAKI served 21 years in the regular Navy. He was an observer with over 2,000 hours flight time. He was in RABAUL during the violent air action in 1942 and 1943 and is thoroughly familiar withy all phases of the Japanese naval land-based air effort. He answered all questions readily and accurately and appeared anxious to furnish all information possible.

Naval Air StationKASUMIGAURADecember 1941-September 1942
Commanding Officer, 4th Air SquadronRABAULSeptember 1942-March 1943
Staff, 25th Air FlotillaRABAULMarch 1943-November 1944
Technical DepartmentYOKOSUKAMarch 1944-February 1945
Staff, 5th Air FleetKANOYAFebruary 1945-August 1945
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Source: United States Strategic Bombing Survey (Pacific) Interrogation of Japanese Officials [OPNAV-P-03-100], courtesy of ibilio Hyperwar Project
Added By: C. Peter Chen





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