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Japanese submarine I-10

Japanese submarine I-10

Career (Japan) Japanese Navy EnsignImperial Japanese Navy
Name: I-10
Builder: Kawasaki Yard, Kobe
In service: No
Out of service: Yes
General characteristics
Class & type: A1 (I-9) class
Displacement: 2,920 tons surfaced
4,150 tons submerged
Length: 113.70 m
Beam: 11.70 m
Draft: 5.89 m
Propulsion: 2 diesels: 12,400 hp (9,200 kW)
Electric motors: 2,400 hp (1,800 kW)
Speed: 23.5 knots (43.5 km/h) surfaced
8 knots (15 km/h) submerged
Range: 16,000 nm at 16 knots (30 km/h)
Test depth: 100 m
Complement: 114
Armament:

6 × 533 mm forward torpedo tubes
18 torpedoes

1 × 14 cm/40 11th Year Type naval gun[1]
Aircraft carried: 1 × Yokosuka E14Y seaplane

IJN I-10 was a Japanese long-range fleet submarine of Type A1 which saw service in World War II.

I-10 conducted long-range operations in the Indian Ocean and the Pacific, using her seaplane to carry out reconnaissance on the harbours of Durban and Port Elizabeth and other locales, including Madagascar during 1942.

I-10 was sunk on 4 July 1944 by US warships David W Taylor and Riddle while operating in the Pacific east of Saipan, in the Mariana Islands.[2]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. Campbell, John Naval Weapons of World War Two ISBN 0-87021-459-4 p.191
  2. Boyd, Yoshida p209

Sources[edit | edit source]

  • Boyd, C, Yoshida, A. The Japanese Submarine Force and World War II (1995) Naval Institute Press.


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