Australian pilots of the No. 457 Squadron Koryu-class submarines, along with at least three other classes, at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 19 Oct 1945, photo 1 of 2Koryu-class submarines, along with at least three other classes, at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 19 Oct 1945, photo 2 of 2Men on Junyo
Australian pilots of the No. 457 Squadron 'Grey Nurse' RAAF in the Brunei Bay area, Borneo, 19 Oct 1945; note Spitfire fighter in backgroundKoryu-class submarines, along with at least three other classes, at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 19 Oct 1945, photo 1 of 2Koryu-class submarines, along with at least three other classes, at Kure Naval Arsenal, Japan, 19 Oct 1945, photo 2 of 2Men on Junyo's deck, Sasebo, Japan, 19 Oct 1945
Post-war American photo of Japanese Koryu Type-D midget submarine mid-bodies in a production facility at Kure, Japan, 19 Oct 1945.Signalman aboard carrier Junyo, Sasebo, Japan, 19 Oct 1945Submarine Ha-230 and Junyo at Sasebo, Japan, 19 Oct 1945The island of carrier Junyo as viewed from the flight deck, Sasebo, Japan, 19 Oct 1945
Post-war American photo of Japanese Koryu Type-D midget submarine mid-bodies in a production facility at Kure, Japan, 19 Oct 1945.Signalman aboard carrier Junyo, Sasebo, Japan, 19 Oct 1945Submarine Ha-230 and Junyo at Sasebo, Japan, 19 Oct 1945The island of carrier Junyo as viewed from the flight deck, Sasebo, Japan, 19 Oct 1945
USS Parche and another submarine at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, United States, 19-23 Oct 1945
USS Parche and another submarine at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, United States, 19-23 Oct 1945


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