How the U.S. Navy Sank Imperial Japan's Last Monster-Sized Aircraft Carrier

nationalinterest.org - 08-18

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The Japanese force zigged and zagged to throw off any undersea pursuers. And then came that bit of luck that often tips every battle. The Japanese ships zigged one more time, straight into the path of the Archerfish. The sub took its chance. At 3:15 am on November 29, it fired six torpedoes. Four hit.