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What ship (or ship type) is this? Wrong answers only!

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Kamikaze Class: Kamikaze

Ships in Class: Kamikaze, Asakaze, Harukaze, Matsukaze, Hatakaze, Oite, Hayte, Asanagi, Yunagi

"Kamikaze has a connection with all of the Myoukou sisters as shown in her lines.

  • Des Div 1 was a part of the 5th Fleet led by Nachi during the Battle of Attu.
  • Kamikaze was protected by Haguro during the Battle of Malacca Strait . Haguro sunk while letting Kamikaze escape, though she lost 27 men. Kamikaze returned the next day to save the survivors.
  • After Haguro sunk, Ashigara took command over Kamikaze. However, during a transport mission in June, Ashigara was sunk as well. Kamikaze saved the survivors. In just two months Kamikaze witnessed the sinking of two of the Myoukou sisters.
  • Myoukou survived the war with Kamikaze in Singapore although she was crippled and could not move."

 

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That is a WHATAKAZE, a development of the IJN which relied on German V2 technology as her primary weapons system. The second smokestack is actually fake and holds a rotating V2 launcher carrying 6 V2 rockets which can be launched against either sea or land targets. Only one was ever made, and the design was scrapped when, during a test launch, exhaust flames fried every bit of rice stores on the ship, along with a significant percentage of the crew, and burning a rather largish hole in the bottom of the ship. 

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That is a cleverly disguised Japanese sub (OMG I said the S word) made to look like a DD. Only 1 prototype built. Had issues. Biggest was the stacks and superstructure caused so much drag when she was submerged that she could only reach an underwater speed of 2 knots. Why did Japanese build this thing? Well they tried some weird stuff in WWII.  Like balloons to ride the wind to N America and blow up and burn us down. No real good explanation as to why they built this thing. They just did. :Smile_glasses:

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That is the USS Zumwalt.

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Its the HMS Fastboy, using the latest in streamline ship building techniques. 

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