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A photo taken by American personnel on the IJN Carrier 'Junyo" on Oct 19th 1945

A photo taken by American personnel on the IJN Carrier 'Junyo" on Oct 19th 1945

IJN semaphore / aircraft director onboard an unidentified carrier. Note the wood plank runway

IJN semaphore / aircraft director onboard an unidentified carrier. Note the wood plank runway

The hulk of the carrier Junyo after the end of hostilitiesawaiting disposal. She was eventually broken up in 1947. Junyo and her sister ship Hiyo, were the first Japanese carriers to have the funnel incorporated into the island structure as was standard practice in US and British fleet carriers. As can be seen in this and following photos, the funnel was actually angled outboard by 25 degrees to keep exhaust gases as far away from aircarft as possible.

The hulk of the carrier Junyo after the end of hostilitiesawaiting disposal. She was eventually broken up in 1947. Junyo and her sister ship Hiyo, were the first Japanese carriers to have the funnel incorporated into the island structure as was standard practice in US and British fleet carriers. As can be seen in this and following photos, the funnel was actually angled outboard by 25 degrees to keep exhaust gases as far away from aircarft as possible.

IJN Aircraft Carrier Junyo 1/350 Hasegawa. Unknown modeler #scalemodel #plastimodelismo #plastickits #plasticmodel #plastimodelo #miniatur #miniature #maqueta #maquette #modelismo #usinadoskits #udk

IJN Aircraft Carrier Junyo 1/350 Hasegawa. Unknown modeler #scalemodel #plastimodelismo #plastickits #plasticmodel #plastimodelo #miniatur #miniature #maqueta #maquette #modelismo #usinadoskits #udk

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