Mikazuki file photo [33019]

Mikazuki

CountryJapan
Ship ClassMutsuki-class Destroyer
BuilderSasebo Naval Arsenal
Laid Down21 Aug 1925
Launched12 Jul 1926
Commissioned5 May 1927
Sunk28 Jul 1943
Displacement1,336 tons standard; 1,800 tons full
Length335 feet
Beam30 feet
Draft10 feet
MachineryFour Kampon water-tube boilers
Power Output38,500 shaft horsepower
Speed37 knots
Range4,000nm at 15 knots
Crew150
Armament4x12cm Type 3 guns, 2x3x61cm torpedo tubes, 18x depth charges, 16x mines

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Destroyer Mikazuki, 8 Mar 1933Mikazuki after being attacked by USAAF B-25 bombers, off Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 28 Jul 1943, photo 1 of 5Mikazuki after being attacked by USAAF B-25 bombers, off Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 28 Jul 1943, photo 2 of 5Mikazuki after being attacked by USAAF B-25 bombers, off Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 28 Jul 1943, photo 3 of 5
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