Japanese Battleship Yamato

by Khang Nguyen

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3675 ft (1120 m)

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Japanese Battleship Yamato

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~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   30° 22' 0.0016" N      Longitude:   128° 4' 0.0016" E



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anonymous by Anonymouse on 10/24/2020

Wikipedia indicates depth = 340 metres (1,120 ft), and launched in 1940
Laid down: 4 November 1937
Launched: 8 August 1940
Commissioned: 16 December 1941


anonymous by Lipo Davis on 10/4/2021

My dad put a torpedo into the Yamato on April 7, 1945. He flew TBM Avengers for VT-84 on the USS Bunker Hill.

anonymous by IzaSame on 4/12/2022
Map was rated 4 stars by reviewer.

My Father Was Crew On Yamato,A Fighter Crew
In japanese Cv,Akagi,Promoted To Hiryuu,And the last,Promoted to Yamato,And Fly With Her Nakajima E8N to her dead

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