1. Some Japanese mini-subs reached US territory in 1941 (Pearl Harbor). 2. One Japanese submarine shelled Santa Barbara California with it's deck gun. 3. One Japanese submarine launched an airplane which bombed Brookings, Oregon.
a Japanese i class submarine
No japan did not have a submarine that could launch aircraft.
From the very beginning. IJN subs were prowling the US west coast and launched submarine airplanes which bombed Oregon, and fired shells from their deck guns into Santa Barbara California.
Virginia class submarine
No a submarine is a machine not a fish a sailfish is the fastest fish in the world
Guanahani island was the first land in the New World seen and visited by Christopher Columbus. It was first sighted on October 12, 1492.
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Approximately 120,000 Japanese and/or Japanese-Americans lived in the US during and prior to WW2; of which over 90,000 lived in California.
A U-boat was a submarine used by Germany in World War 1 and World War 2.
A Japanese float plane from a submarine carried out a flight over Sydney Harbour to map out the targets for the three midget submarines which carried out the attack.
October 12th, 1492.
There was no submarine that could do that as early as 1945
The Imperial Japanese Navy started World War II with one of the largest submarine forces in the world. Despite the sinking during the war of several major U.S. warships by Japanese submarines, the Japanese were never able to effectively employ their submarines to any great extent. Japanese submarines tended to operate alone and were directed toward tactical gains. The United States, in contrast, employed wolf packs, embraced new technology, and engaged in a campaign of strategic submarine warfare. On Dec. 7, 1941, during the attack on Pearl Harbor, there where 3 Japanese submarines stationed in a picket line 100 miles forward of the carriers. They were the I-23, I-21, and I-19. There are even rumors of Japanese subs patrolling the East Coast during the war.
United States Submarine Operations in World War II was created in 1949.
United States Submarine Operations in World War II has 577 pages.
USS Puffer (SS-268) holds the record for being submerged longer than any American submarine during World War 2. The incident took place on October 9, 1943 during Puffer's first war patrol. While attacking a Japanese tanker, the submarine was counter-attacked by the ship's escort, forcing the submarine deep to evade. The escort, however, did not relent and, joined later by a second escort, prevented Puffer from surfacing for over 37 hours.
World War 1
There are literally hundreds of types of submarine robots. All major countries of the world develop them.
The world's first atomic powered submarine was the USS Nautilus.