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Japanese Type A-class midget submarine being recovered near the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States, circa Jul 1960; its torpedoes had not been firedJapanese Type A Kō-hyōteki-class midget submarine used in the Pearl Harbor Attack recovered from the Keehi Lagoon off Honolulu, Hawaii, 6 Jul 1960. A floating heavy-lift crane is lowering the submarine onto a lighter.
Japanese Type A-class midget submarine being recovered near the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States, circa Jul 1960; its torpedoes had not been firedJapanese Type A Kō-hyōteki-class midget submarine used in the Pearl Harbor Attack recovered from the Keehi Lagoon off Honolulu, Hawaii, 6 Jul 1960. A floating heavy-lift crane is lowering the submarine onto a lighter.
USS Current alongside Pearl Harbor Salvage Dock as Floating Crane YD-121 lifts a Japanese Type A Kō-hyōteki-class midget submarine used in the Pearl Harbor Attack salvaged from Oahu’s Keehi Lagoon, 14 Jul 1960.USS Current at Pearl Harbor
USS Current alongside Pearl Harbor Salvage Dock as Floating Crane YD-121 lifts a Japanese Type A Kō-hyōteki-class midget submarine used in the Pearl Harbor Attack salvaged from Oahu’s Keehi Lagoon, 14 Jul 1960.USS Current at Pearl Harbor's Salvage Dock alongside the wreck of midget submarine I-18tou recovered from Keehi Lagoon, Hawaii, United States, 14 Jul 1960. Although not seen, the wreck is being lifted by Floating Crane YD-121.
Kaiten Type 2 or Type 4 submarine on display at the Washington Navy Yard, DC, United States, 1974
Kaiten Type 2 or Type 4 submarine on display at the Washington Navy Yard, DC, United States, 1974

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