I don't remember reading that any airmen were taken captive but one of the mini subs was captured on a neighboring island. There is a picture showing the men who piloted the subs in and around Pearl Harbor - all of those men are pictured except the man taken captive. He dishonored the Japanese therefore he lost his position in Japanese history.
There where 59 Japanese killed in Pearl Harbor, all members of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Nine were the crew of 5 Type A midget submarines (of the 10 crew one was captured). The remainder were crews from aircraft shot down in the attack or lost as a result of damage and unable to return to the carriers. From Britannica Concise Encyclopedia: (64) Japanese losses: 4 midget submarines sunk, 1 midget submarine run aground, 29 aircraft destroyed, 55 airmen killed 9 submariners killed
The attack on Pearl Harbor cost the Japanese 29 aircraft and 55 airmen,also they lost the 5 midget submarines deployed to infiltrate the harbor.The Japanese mustered 360 aircraft in two waves and suffered a little more than 8% casualty rate,they had estimated this attack could be very heavy if surprise was not achieved.
downed airmen were captured as early as 1965 including the cia air america pilots operating in laos. ground troops were rarely taken alive when captured. mainly because nlf and nva didn't have adequeate resources to keep them alive. in difficult jungle conditions it was easy to get cut off and lost from organized units.
353 Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor. They came in two waves from the Japanese aircraft carriers. Very few were shot down despite the firings from the ships and by the pilots who were able to get into the air to fight them off. The list below shows you how few were shot down on 12-7-41. The human losses listed here are Japanese losses.4 midget submarines sunk and two have been found since that day1 midget submarine ran aground27 aircraft destroyed,55 airmen killed9 submariners killed1 submariner captured
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.
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