A captured Japanese Shinyo-class suicide boat being hoisted off of USS Pinkney after being brought to the United States for analysis, Alameda, California, United States, Jun 1945.A captured Japanese Shinyo-class suicide boat on the dock after being hoisted off USS Pinkney that brought it to the United States for analysis, Alameda, California, United States, Jun 1945.Shinyo special attack boats at Corregidor, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 1945Japanese Shinyo-class suicide boat seized by the British at Picnic Bay, Honk Kong after the war ended, Sep 1945.
A captured Japanese Shinyo-class suicide boat being hoisted off of USS Pinkney after being brought to the United States for analysis, Alameda, California, United States, Jun 1945.A captured Japanese Shinyo-class suicide boat on the dock after being hoisted off USS Pinkney that brought it to the United States for analysis, Alameda, California, United States, Jun 1945.Shinyo special attack boats at Corregidor, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 1945Japanese Shinyo-class suicide boat seized by the British at Picnic Bay, Honk Kong after the war ended, Sep 1945.
Captured Shinyo special attack boat, late 1945Shinyo special attack boat being tested by US Army Lieutenant Colonel James Doyle, late 1945
Captured Shinyo special attack boat, late 1945Shinyo special attack boat being tested by US Army Lieutenant Colonel James Doyle, late 1945
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