Asashio class destroyer


Asashio class destroyer

The "Asashio" class destroyers were a class of Imperial Japanese Navy destroyers. They were all built from 1937 to 1939.

hips

*, commissioned 31 August 1937, sunk 3 March 1943
*, commissioned 31 October 1937, sunk 20 February 1943
*, commissioned 31 October 1937, sunk 25 October 1944
*, commissioned 20 December 1937, sunk 4 March 1943
*, commissioned 2 October 1938, sunk 12 October 1942
*, commissioned 15 January 1938, sunk 25 October 1944
*, completed 30 April 1938, sunk 6 March 1943
*, commissioned 31 March 1938, sunk 25 October 1944
*, commissioned 15 April 1939, sunk 5 July 1942
*, commissioned 28 June 1939, sunk 7 April 1945


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