Musashi battleship - Introducing the Battleship Musashi: Japan's 73,000 Ton Monster Warship

Japanese battleship Musashi

Naval Weapons of World War II.

Commissioned in mid-1942, Musashi was modified to serve as the of the and spent the rest of the year working up.

Imperial Japanese Navy Battleships 1941โ€”45.

Description: Before joining the Live Science team in 2013, she spent two years as a staff writer for Space.

Views: 7070 Date: 05.03.2022 Favorited: 46 favorites
Category: DEFAULT

User Comments 3

Post a comment

Initially assigned to the Central Pacific to thwart an American offensive, she later participated against the Allied landings of the.
While she sortied several times in 1943 in unsuccessful searches for American forces, she primarily was used to help transfer forces and equipment between Japan and various occupied islands.

Hot Categories


Latest Comments

    Musashi was torpedoed in early 1944 by an American submarine and forced to return to Japan for repairs where the navy greatly augmented her anti-aircraft armament. The ship was present during the Battle of the Philippine Sea in June, but did not come in contact with American forces.
    By: flowerchild_11|||||||||
    Musashi Battleship The battleship was equipped with nine 460mm guns, the highest firepower ever available on a warship. Its length was 862 feet, about 260 meters, and it weighed 71,659 tons. Its maximum speed was 28 knots. Musashi could transport 2,399 sailors. Musashi was remodeled in 1944.
    By: dimmidim|||||||||
    The sinking of HIJMS Musashi in October 1944 made depressingly clear what many observers had suspected since 1941, and even as early as the 1920s: sufficient numbers of committed carrier aircraft .
    By: Dark_matter-matters|||||||||
    The Musashi came under sustained attack by waves of US aircraft in October 1944 American billionaire Paul Allen has announced the discovery of the famous World War Two Japanese battleship, the .
    By: Dubspecter|||||||||
    After repairs and refitting throughout April 1944, Musashi joined the 1st Battleship Division in Okinawa. In June 1944, as part of the Second Fleet, the ship escorted Japanese aircraft carriers during the Battle of the Philippine Sea. In October 1944, she left Brunei as part of Admiral Takeo Kurita 's Center Force during the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
    By: Bahamut_Ali||||||||| - 2022
DISCLAIMER: All models on adult site are 18 years or older. has a zero-tolerance policy against ILLEGAL pornography. All galleries and links are provided by 3rd parties. We have no control over the content of these pages. We take no responsibility for the content on any website which we link to, please use your own discretion while surfing the porn links.
Contact us | Privacy Policy | 18 USC 2257 | DMCA