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Carrier Kaga off Yokosuka, Japan, 1929

Caption   Carrier Kaga off Yokosuka, Japan, 1929 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 17 Dec 2010



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1. Denn says:
3 Sep 2011 02:30:40 PM

A fine study of the confusion existing in early carrier design. Triple flight decks were provided for rapid launching of air groups, but the short runs were inadequate for later monoplanes. Eight inch guns are mounted in twin turrets at the forward corners of the middle flight deck as well as in casemates aft. Also note the long trunking from midships all the way aft, to clear boiler exhaust from landing operations.

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WW2-Era Place Name Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan
Lat/Long 35.3050, 139.7082
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