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  I-10 Japanese Submarine
Type A1 Type

373' x 31' 2" x 17' 5"
2,919 Tons (surfaced)
4,129 Tons (submerged)
6 × 21" Torpedo tubes
1 × 140mm deck gun
2 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns
Yokosuka E14Y1 "Glen"

Sub History
Built at Kawasaki Yard, Kobe. Launched September 20, 1939. Commissioned October 31, 1941.

On May 20, 1942 I-10 launched her Yokosuka E14Y1 Glen floatplane on a mission to reconnoiter Durban in South Africa.

Sinking History
On July 4, 1944 sunk by USS David W Taylor (DD-551) and USS Riddle (DE-185) in the Philippine Sea east of Saipan Island.

Combined Fleet - HIJMS Submarine I-10: Tabular Record of Movement

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Last Updated
March 14, 2020


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