- Type 92 torpedo
The Type 92 torpedo was a
submarine-launched torpedoused by the Imperial Japanese Navyduring World War II. It was convert|23|ft|5|in|m|abbr=on in length and 21 inches (53 cm) in diameter. This type of torpedo was battery powered. It could deliver a 660 pound (300 kg) warhead at 30 knots (55 km/h) to a target 7 kilometers (3.8 nautical miles) away.
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