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Japanese Mako Guard District

The Imperial Navy established guard districts in the outer portions of the Japanese Empire. These were similar to the Sea Frontiers of the U.S. Navy. The Mako Guard District has responsibility for the waters around Formosa.

Administrative order of battle, 7 December 1941:

Mako Guard District (Yamamoto; at Magong)
 
PGAkitsu Maru

PG Chiyo Maru

PG Chohakusan Maru (2120 tons)

AK Kure Maru #5

Mako Air Group

 
4 D1A Susie

Minesweeper Division 44


AMc Choun Maru #6 (167 tons)


AMc Choun Maru #7 (163 tons)


AMc Toshi Maru #2 (294 tons)

Minesweeper Division 45


AMc Hinode Maru #20 (281 tons)


AMc Musashi Maru (227 tons)


AMc Rokko Maru (225 tons)

Minesweeper Division 46


AMc Banshu Maru #52 (234 tons)


AMc Banshu Maru #56 (267 tons)


AMc Choun Maru #18 (195 tons)


AMc Choun Maru #21 (195 tons)

References

Jentschura, Jung, and Mickel (1977)

http://www.freeport-tech.com/WWII (accessed 2002; now defunct)



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