All modern military forces during WWII used simulators for training. Mechanical ones, NOT the computerized simulators of today. Japanese airmen used simulators which used 4 or 6 foot long model US warships and sighted in on them with their (non-flying) simulators for practice. Then weeks before sailing for the actual attack, the airmen flew their aircraft on manuevers, dropping practice bombs and torpedos in a hidden bay, so spys could not see them.
They trained for years to fight and to use planes for attacks. They had been fighting for many years before that attack.
The Japanese Military: Japan did not ensure that the Aircraft Carriers were in Pearl Harbour before attacking. Japan did not listen to the advice of the man who designed and lead the Attack on pearl Harbour. He said (Para-phrased). "Japan should not enter into a war with America at this time, Japan will lose that war". The American Military: Did not train the officers in charge of Pearl Harbour in the significance and proper use of information provided by the new Radar System. Direct intelegence of the impending attack on Pearl Harbour was not comunicated to the on site Comanders in an Effective Manner.
you can battle shinx for 1 ev point in attack or gyrados for 2
No it can not train attack.
shinkensen is the Japanese name for the bullet train
train = densha
Yes. Peal Harbor was not very deep. The torpedo bombers had to train how to drop a torpedo such that it would not go too deep and hit the bottom. The Japanese had an device on the fin that helped it return to the top. The US Navy did not solve this problem for a few more months. They also practiced viewing through a replica bomb sight so they could get familiar with the out line of the harbor and the shapes of the battleships and aircraft carriers.
japanese bullet train
What is the name of the japanese maglev train
I interviewed my great grandma about WWII and she said Pearl Harbor was terrible. Other people in my class said everything was stopped to tell the news, like soccer matches, or on a train the conductor went through the cars saying the news. America was saddened and outraged. They declared war on Japan that same month
It is 'densha.'
There were a very large number of drawbacks and perils in the Pearl Harbor attack for Japan. So many, in fact, that the only reason the attack was made was the force of Admiral Yamamoto's personality. What Japan was after was a free hand in Asia, freedom to continue their invasion in China, and, specifically, to make their next move unmolested. Japanese aggression in China had severely strained US-Japanese relations. Then the Japanese moved into French Indochina (Vietnam) after France was overrun by Germany, adding further strain. The Japanese had now set their sights on the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia). This was a vital step in Japan's plan. The East Indies had tremendous oil reserves. Japan has no internal source of oil, and the US had embargoed oil sales to Japan in the summer of 1941. The Japanese had only eighteen months worth of oil in reserve, and the embargo made the choice plain - either give up on the dream of empire, to which Japan felt entitled, and comply with US demands to cease aggression and conquest, or come up with another source of oil. With the military in control of Japan this was no choice at all, and the Dutch East Indies were going to be invaded. This was the main operation, the one which absolutely HAD to succeed for Japan to continue with its plans. The Japanese decision to attack Pearl Harbor was based on an assumption - that the US would go to war with Japan if Japan invaded any more countries, say, for instance, the Dutch East Indies. Whether the US would have gone to war over Japan invading a Dutch colony is far from certain. The military leaders controlling Japan did not completely understand that Franklin Roosevelt did not have the power they did, to take his nation to war whenever he might wish. The Japanese assumed that the US would go to war with them when they made their "southern" move into the Dutch East Indies, and this was the basis of the decision to attack Pearl Harbor. Yamamoto knew he could not win a long or protracted contest with the US. Yamamoto had served in the US as a Naval Attache at the Japanese Embassy, and he was a Harvard man. He knew the US had much more power than Japan. The only chance Japan had, as Yamamoto analyzed the situation, was to strike such a blow to the US fleet in the Pacific that the US would be powerless to interfere with Japan's wars of conquest for at least six months. This would allow time for Japan to complete its conquests, and the US would then face the prospect of a daunting and long effort to dislodge Japan, and might allow Japan to keep what it had won. So that's one BIG drawback to the Japanese plan. There was no certainty whatsoever that the US would have gone to war with Japan over any Asian aggression. The only way to make certain that the US would go to war with Japan was to attack the US directly, as the Japanese did, when they attacked to disable the US Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbor. Many Japanese felt the Pearl Harbor plan was an unnecessary elaboration of their already complex and widespread southern plans. The attack on Hawaii would tie up the majority of Japan's carrier strength, and the Japanese expected they would lose half the carriers committed to Operation Hawaii. The Japanese had a limited number of carriers and using them in an attack on Hawaii meant they would not be available for supporting the main operation. Japanese strategy had envisioned a climactic battle with the US in the western Pacific, an all-out, do-or-die battle to determine the fate of their nation, in the event war came with the US. For this reason their ships had limited radius of operations - they lacked fuel capacity to sail to Hawaii and back without being refueled. The Japanese Navy had not practiced refueling at sea while underway, except of destroyers. Only two of the six carriers could make the round trip without refueling. Seven tankers sailed with the attack force to refuel the fleet while underway. In order to avoid detection while in transit to Hawaii the Japanese had to sail east across the North Pacific, then turn south for Hawaii, avoiding usual shipping lanes. The North Pacific weather in December in unpredictable but generally stormy, with massive seas and fog. It was far from certain that underway refueling would be possible. The Japanese could not be certain that the US fleet would even be in Pearl Harbor when their attack arrived overhead. Japanese spies had reported that the US fleet had established a pattern of half its ships in port while the other half was at sea, with the largest number in port on the weekend. But no one could be certain that major fleet units would be in port when the attack went off. In the event, the US carriers were absent, most unfortunately for Japan. The Japanese knew they had to have secrecy and approach undetected for the attack to succeed. At the last meeting before the fleet sortied, Yamamoto warned that the fleet might have to fight its way to the position to launch its attack. The Japanese could not be certain that the US would not have taken the sensible precaution of surrounding the ships in Pearl Harbor with torpedo nets. The most devastating weapon in a carriers arsenal was the torpedo, launched from the largest carrier aircraft of the day, torpedo bombers. The US did not use torpedo nets in Pearl Harbor, because the Harbor is shallow, no more than forty feet deep. Torpedoes generally dived to a depth of seventy-five feet or more when dropped, so the US admirals believed aerial torpedo attack impossible within Pearl Harbor. So did the Japanese, and it took most of 1941 to train torpedo plane pilots to come in low enough to drop specially modified torpedoes which did most of the damage in the attack. Carriers embarked torpedo bombers, dive bombers and fighters. Dive bombers dropped 500 lb bombs. These would not go through the thick deck armor of US battleships, and might cause damage on the weather deck, but nothing vital. The Japanese solved this problem by using torpedo bombers as high level bombers, which dropped specially modified one ton battleship armor-piercing shells as bombs. It was one of these which sank the USS Arizona. The high-level torpedo bombers also had to practice and develop special tactics for most of 1941 to achieve success.
Train him. Unsocialized dogs attack.
There is no magic word that will put your dog into attack zone, like all dogs you have to train him to attack and you can use what ever word you want to make him attack but you MUST train him to attack when you say that word
You train on cows them goblins then on scorpions. When you have 40 attack. Train on hill giants them move on to flesh crawlers.
The Japanese name is "Shinkansen Nozomi Service." If you are referring to the type of train, it is the 500 series.
You need to have its attack power and defense power the same amount when its level 20 if not train it another level or use protein and iron before its level 20 and make its attack and defense equal.
The Japanese known as the Skinkansen or Bullet Train
You train them
Get an elekid or electabuzz and train it!
train, capture other pokemon, battle.
"Densha" (pronounced just like how it looks) is train.