No.1 Class Auxiliary Subchaser, New Guinea

No.1 Class Auxiliary Subchaser, New Guinea
Here we see US troops examining a Japanese No.1 Class Auxiliary Subchaser, a wooden warship based on a harbour tug. They could carry a simple sonar set, up to 22 depth charges and one machine gun or cannon, and were produced in sizable numbers.
How to cite this article: Rickard, J (16 October 2018), No.1 Class Auxiliary Subchaser, New Guinea , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_no1_class_auxiliary_subchaser.html

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