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USS Proteus, I-401, and I-14, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945Japanese personnel standing in formation during the surrender of Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 30 Aug 1945
USS Proteus, I-401, and I-14, Yokosuka, Japan, 29 Aug 1945Japanese personnel standing in formation during the surrender of Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 30 Aug 1945
Rear Admiral Robert B. Carney at Yokosuka Naval Base to accept the surrender of the base, Yokosuka, Japan, 30 Aug 1945US Marines destroying Japanese weaopns at Futtsusaki Point near Yokosuka Navy Base, 30 Aug 1945
Rear Admiral Robert B. Carney at Yokosuka Naval Base to accept the surrender of the base, Yokosuka, Japan, 30 Aug 1945US Marines destroying Japanese weaopns at Futtsusaki Point near Yokosuka Navy Base, 30 Aug 1945
Vice Admiral Michitoro Tozuka immediately after formally surrendering the Yokosuka Naval Base to US Navy Rear Admiral Robert B. Carney, Yokosuka, Japan, 30 Aug 1945A7M2 Reppu fighter at rest in a hangar, Yokosuka, Japan, Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2
Vice Admiral Michitoro Tozuka immediately after formally surrendering the Yokosuka Naval Base to US Navy Rear Admiral Robert B. Carney, Yokosuka, Japan, 30 Aug 1945A7M2 Reppu fighter at rest in a hangar, Yokosuka, Japan, Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2
A7M2 Reppu fighter at rest in a hangar, Yokosuka, Japan, Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2US Navy Captain Fitz Lee aboard a LCVP in Yokosuka habor, Japan, Sep 1945
A7M2 Reppu fighter at rest in a hangar, Yokosuka, Japan, Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2US Navy Captain Fitz Lee aboard a LCVP in Yokosuka habor, Japan, Sep 1945
American photograph of after bodies (motors) for Japanese Kaiten human guided torpedoes taken at Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokosuka, Japan, 7 Sep 1945Koryu Type D submarine at the Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 8 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 3
American photograph of after bodies (motors) for Japanese Kaiten human guided torpedoes taken at Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokosuka, Japan, 7 Sep 1945Koryu Type D submarine at the Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 8 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 3
Koryu Type D submarine at the Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 8 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 3Koryu Type D submarine at the Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 8 Sep 1945, photo 3 of 3
Koryu Type D submarine at the Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 8 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 3Koryu Type D submarine at the Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, 8 Sep 1945, photo 3 of 3
Aerial view of Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945Captured US SB2C Helldiver aircraft painted and deployed as a decoy aircraft, Yokosuka naval airfield, Japan, late 1945
Aerial view of Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945Captured US SB2C Helldiver aircraft painted and deployed as a decoy aircraft, Yokosuka naval airfield, Japan, late 1945
G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945J1N1-S, G4M, C6N, and D4Y aircraft at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, Japan, late 1945, photo 1 of 2
G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945J1N1-S, G4M, C6N, and D4Y aircraft at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, Japan, late 1945, photo 1 of 2
J1N1-S, G4M, C6N, and D4Y aircraft at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, Japan, late 1945, photo 2 of 2Landing ship No. 147, with coal-fired boilers, at Yokosuka Navy Base, Japan, 16 Dec 1946
J1N1-S, G4M, C6N, and D4Y aircraft at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, Japan, late 1945, photo 2 of 2Landing ship No. 147, with coal-fired boilers, at Yokosuka Navy Base, Japan, 16 Dec 1946
USS Saint Paul off Yokosuka, Japan, 21 May 1966USS Kitty Hawk and other American warships at United States Fleet Activities Yokosuka naval base, Japan, 25 May 2006
USS Saint Paul off Yokosuka, Japan, 21 May 1966USS Kitty Hawk and other American warships at United States Fleet Activities Yokosuka naval base, Japan, 25 May 2006

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