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Operation Hailstone (Raid on Truk) - List of warships in Truk at the time of attack

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 List of warships in Truk at the time of attack

 

CL Agano (阿賀野) 6,652 tons, sunk on Feb 16th , 1944
CL Naka (那珂) 5,195 tons, departed to assist CL Agano and sunk 35 mile west of Truk on Feb 17th
CL Katori (香取) 5,890 tons, sunk 40 miles northwest of Truk on Feb 17th together with Maikaze and Shonan Maru #15, only Nowaki escaped
DD Akikaze (秋風) 峯風型 1,215 tons, escaped undamaged
DD Fumizuki (文月) 睦月型 1,315 tons, anchored in repair anchorage and sunk off west of lagoon on Feb 18th despite assistance from DD Mutsukaze and Hakachi
DD Harusame (春雨) 白露型 1,685 tons, minor damaged and later escorted damaged DD Shigure from Truk to Palau
DD Maikaze (舞風) 陽炎型 2,490 tons, sunk by gunfire northwest of Truk in convoy to Yokosuka on Feb 17th
DD Matsukaze (松風) 神風型 1,400 tons, assisted and attempted to tow DD Fumizuki, medium damaged
DD Nowaki (野分) 陽炎型 2,490 tons, undamaged
DD Oite (追風) 神風型 1,270 tons, sunk in U.S. air raid on Truk, while entering Truk via North Pass with survivors from CL Agano on Feb 18th
DD/P34 Sutsuki (薄) 樅型 935 tons, escaped but later sunk in a unrelated event off repair anchorage
DD Shigure (時雨) 白露型 1,685 tons, damaged while departing Truk via North Channel to Palau on Feb 17th
DD Tachikaze (太刀風) 峯風型 1,215 tons, ran aground on Kuop Atoll on Feb 4th and later sunk in Operation Hailstone
auxiliary cruisers Akagi Maru (赤城丸) 7,367 tons, sunk north of Truk
auxiliary cruisers Aikoku Maru (爱国丸) 10,348 tons, sunk off 4th fleet anchorage
auxiliary cruisers Kiyosumi Maru (清澄丸) 6,983 tons, sunk off repair anchorage
auxiliary submarine tenders Heian Maru (平安丸) 11,616 tons, sunk off repair anchorage
auxiliary submarine tenders Rio de Janeiro Maru (りおで志ゃねいろ丸) 9,627 tons, sunk off 6th fleet anchorage
aircraft transport Fujikawa Maru (富士川丸) 6,938 tons, sunk off 4th fleet anchorage
repair ship Akashi (明石) 10,500 tons, damaged
seaplane tender Akitsushima (秋津洲) 4,650 tons, damaged
submarine chasers CH-24, 438 tons, sunk west of Truk
submarine chasers CHa-20, damaged
submarine chaser CH-29, 420 tons, sunk
auxiliary submarine chasers Shonan Maru #15 (第15昭南丸), sunk
submarine I-10 (伊10), 2,919 tons, damaged
submarine RO-36, 1,115 tons, damaged
submarine RO-42, 1,115 tons, undamaged
ammunition ship/ice-breaking freighter Soya (宗谷) 3,800 tons, damaged
target ship Hakachi (波勝) 1,641 tons, damaged
 

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