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  I-58 Japanese Submarine
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Submarine




Wartime History
Captain Mochitsura Hashimoto. On July 30, 1945, torpedoed USS Indianapolis in the Philippine Sea, causing her to sink in 12 minutes.

PARTIAL HISTORY

I-58 was stripped of all usable equipment and material prior to being scuttled.

Sinking History
On April 1, 1946 during "Operation Road's End" towed by USS Nereus AS-17 from Sasebo to an area off Goto Retto and scuttled by gunfire at roughly Lat 32-37N, Long 129-17E.

References
Combined Fleet - IJN Submarine I-58: Tabular Record of Movement

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December 18, 2016

 

 

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