Photo #: SC 286590
Yukikaze (Japanese Destroyer, 1940)
View of the ship's forward superstructure, taken at Tokyo, Japan, on 26 May 1947. She was then ready for display to representatives of the principal Allied powers and had previously been employed repatriating Japanese nationals from overseas. She later became the Republic of China Navy's destroyer Tan Yang.
Note the horn-shaped radar antennas on Yukikaze's foremast and the long galley smoke pipe running from her forecastle to the port side of her forward smokestack.
Photographed by Kaye Calmus.
Photograph from the Army Signal Corps Collection in the U.S. National Archives.
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Image posted 20 February 2006