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[[Yamato (Japanese battleship, 1940)|Yamato]] 大和 was a Japanese warship ([[Battleship (Japanese Navy)|Battleship]]). The first ship of [[Yamato class battleships (IJN, 1940)|Yamato class battleships]].
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|'''Builder'''||[[Kure Naval Yard (Japanese Navy)|Kure NYd]]
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|colspan="2"|'''classification'''<br><ul><li>[[Battleship (Japanese Navy)|Battleship]] (1941-1945)</ul>
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[[Yamato (Japanese battleship, 1940)|Yamato]] [http://{{SERVERNAME}}/wiki31/ja/index.php/%E5%A4%A7%E5%92%8C_%28%EF%BC%92%E4%BB%A3%29 大和] was a Japanese warship ([[Battleship (Japanese Navy)|Battleship]]). The first ship of 2 completed [[Yamato class battleships (IJN, 1940)|Yamato class battleships]]. She was named after ancient state name (now Nara prefecture), which was also refered as Japan itself.
 
==History==
 
==History==
==Crew==
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* Budget approved in FY1937 program.
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* 4 November 1937, laid down at [[Kure Naval Yard (Japanese Navy)|Kure Naval Yard]].
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* 8 August 1940, launched.
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* 16 December 1941, completed and commissioned. classified as [[Battleship (Japanese Navy)|Battleship]]. registered to [[Kure Naval District (Japanese Navy)|Kure Naval District]].
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* 7 April 1945, sunk by airborne attack at East China Sea. (30.22N,128.04E)
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* 31 August 1945, discarded.
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==Assignment==
 
===Commanding officer===
 
===Commanding officer===
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|||5 Sep 1941||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|Captain]]||[[Miyazato Shutoku]]||[[40th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|40th class, NA]]||[[呉鎮守府 (日本海軍)|呉鎮守府]]||[[呉鎮守府 (日本海軍)|呉鎮守府]]出仕||Chief equipment officer<br>15 Oct 1941 [[Rear Admiral (Japanese Navy)|Rear Admiral]]
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|||5 Sept 1941||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|CAPT]]||[[Miyazato Shutoku]]||[[40th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|40th class, NA]]||Member, [[Kure Naval District (Japanese Navy)|Kure District]]||Att, [[Kure Naval District (Japanese Navy)|Kure District]]||Chief Equipment officer<br>15 Oct 1941 [[Rear Admiral (Japanese Navy)|RADM]]
 
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|||1 Nov 1941||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|Captain]]||[[Takayanagi Gihachi]]||[[41st class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|41st class, NA]]||[[呉鎮守府 (日本海軍)|呉鎮守府]]||Commanding officer, Yamato||Chief equipement officer
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|||1 Nov 1941||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|CAPT]]||[[Takayanagi Gihachi]]||[[41st class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|41st class, NA]]||Member, [[Kure Naval District (Japanese Navy)|Kure District]]||CO, Yamato||Chief Equipement officer
 
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|1||16 Dec 1941||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|Captain]]||[[Takayanagi Ghachi]]||[[41st class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|41st class, NA]]||Chief equipment officer, Yamato||[[横須賀鎮守府 (日本海軍)|横須賀鎮守府]]出仕||1 May 1942 [[Rear Admiral (Japanese Navy)|Rear Admiral]]
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|1||16 Dec 1941||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|CAPT]]||[[Takayanagi Gihachi]]||[[41st class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|41st class, NA]]||CEO, Yamato||Att, [[Yokosuka Naval District (Japanese Navy)|Yokosuka District]]||1 May 1942 [[Rear Admiral (Japanese Navy)|RADM]]
 
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|2||17 Dec 1942||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|Captain]]||[[Matsuda Chiaki]]||[[44th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|44th class, NA]]
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|2||17 Dec 1942||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|CAPT]]||[[Matsuda Chiaki]]||[[44th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|44th class, NA]]||Att, [[Combined Fleet (Japanese Navy)|Combined Fleet]] HQ||Att, [[Naval General Staff (Japanese Navy)|NGS]]||1 May 1943 [[Rear Admiral (Japanese Navy)|RADM]]
 
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|3||7 Sep 1943||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|Captain]]||[[Ono Takeji]]||[[44th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|44th class, NA]]||[[聯合艦隊 (日本海軍)|聯合艦隊]]司令部附||[[軍令部 (日本海軍)|軍令部]]出仕||1 Nov 1943 [[Rear Admiral (Japanese Navy)|Rear Admiral]]
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|3||7 Sept 1943||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|CAPT]]||[[Ono Takeji]]||[[44th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|44th class, NA]]||Att, [[Combined Fleet (Japanese Navy)|Combined Fleet]] HQ||Att, [[Naval General Staff (Japanese Navy)|NGS]]||1 Nov 1943 [[Rear Admiral (Japanese Navy)|RADM]]
 
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|4||25 Jan 1944||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|Captain]]||[[Morishita Nobuei]]||[[45th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|45th class, NA]]
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|4||25 Jan 1944||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|CAPT]]||[[Morishita Nobuei]]||[[45th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|45th class, NA]]||CO, [[Haruna (Japanese battleship, 1913)|Haruna]]||CoS, [[Second Fleet (Japanese Navy)|2nd Fleet]]||15 Oct 1944 [[Rear Admiral (Japanese Navy)|RADM]]
 
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|5||25 Nov 1944||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|Captain]]||[[Aruga Kosaku]]||[[45th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|45th class, NA]]||[[第二艦隊 (日本海軍)|第二艦隊]]司令部附||KIA||7 Apr 1945 Sunk
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|5||25 Nov 1944||[[Captain (Japanese Navy)|CAPT]]||[[Aruga Kosaku]]||[[45th class of Naval Academy (Japanese Navy)|45th class, NA]]||Att, [[Second Fleet (Japanese Navy)|2nd Fleet]] HQ||KIA||7 Apr 1945 sunk
 
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==reference==
 
==reference==
 
* [[Yamato (Japanese corvette, 1885)]]
 
* [[Yamato (Japanese corvette, 1885)]]
 
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Latest revision as of 06:49, 18 August 2020

Yamato
大和
Plan FY1937
Builder Kure NYd
Laid down 4 Nov 1937
Launched 8 Aug 1940
Comm'd 16 Dec 1941
Fate 7 Apr 1945 sunk
(East China Sea)
classification

Yamato 大和 was a Japanese warship (Battleship). The first ship of 2 completed Yamato class battleships. She was named after ancient state name (now Nara prefecture), which was also refered as Japan itself.

History

  • Budget approved in FY1937 program.
  • 4 November 1937, laid down at Kure Naval Yard.
  • 8 August 1940, launched.
  • 16 December 1941, completed and commissioned. classified as Battleship. registered to Kure Naval District.
  • 7 April 1945, sunk by airborne attack at East China Sea. (30.22N,128.04E)
  • 31 August 1945, discarded.

Assignment

Commanding officer

no date of
appointment
rank name class previous job next job note
5 Sept 1941 CAPT Miyazato Shutoku 40th class, NA Member, Kure District Att, Kure District Chief Equipment officer
15 Oct 1941 RADM
1 Nov 1941 CAPT Takayanagi Gihachi 41st class, NA Member, Kure District CO, Yamato Chief Equipement officer
1 16 Dec 1941 CAPT Takayanagi Gihachi 41st class, NA CEO, Yamato Att, Yokosuka District 1 May 1942 RADM
2 17 Dec 1942 CAPT Matsuda Chiaki 44th class, NA Att, Combined Fleet HQ Att, NGS 1 May 1943 RADM
3 7 Sept 1943 CAPT Ono Takeji 44th class, NA Att, Combined Fleet HQ Att, NGS 1 Nov 1943 RADM
4 25 Jan 1944 CAPT Morishita Nobuei 45th class, NA CO, Haruna CoS, 2nd Fleet 15 Oct 1944 RADM
5 25 Nov 1944 CAPT Aruga Kosaku 45th class, NA Att, 2nd Fleet HQ KIA 7 Apr 1945 sunk

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CruisersNaniwa class (Naniwa, Takachiho), Unebi class (Unebi), Matsushima class (Matsushima, Itsukushima, Hashidate), Akitsushima class (Akitsushima), Yoshino class (Yoshino), Izumi class (Izumi), Saien class (Saien), Chiyoda class (Chiyoda), Suma class (Suma, Akashi), Takasago class (Takasago), Kasagi class (Kasagi, Chitose), Asama class (Asama, Tokiwa), Yakumo class (Yakumo), Azuma class (Azuma), Izumo class (Izumo, Iwate), Tsushima class (Tsushima, Niitaka), Kasuga class (Kasuga, Nisshin), Otowa class (Otowa), Aso class (Aso), Soya class (Soya), Tsugaru class (Tsugaru), Suzuya class (Suzuya), Tone class (Tone), Yodo class (Yodo, Mogami), Chikuma class (Chikuma, Hirato, Yahagi), Tenryu class (Tenryu, Tatsuta), Kuma class (Kuma, Tama, Kiso, Oi, Kitakami), Nagara class (Nagara, Isuzu, Yura, Natori, Kinu, Abukuma), Sendai class (Sendai, Jintsu, Naka, Kako), Yubari class (Yubari), Furutaka class (Furutaka, Kako), Aoba class (Aoba, Kinugasa), Myoko class (Myoko, Nachi, Haguro, Ashigara), Takao class (Takao, Atago, Chokai, Maya), Mogami class (Mogami, Mikuma, Suzuya, Kumano), Tone class (Tone, Chikuma), Katori class (Katori, Kashima, Kashii, Kashihara), Agano class (Agano, Noshiro, Yahagi, Sakawa), Ioshima class (Ioshima, Yasoshima), Oyodo class (Oyodo, Niyodo), Ibuki class (Ibuki, No301)
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