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Sunday, February 11th 2018, 1:15am

Houkokusho Kouka 13 Nen 9 Getsu 30 Nichi

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Note that the Nisshin Maru conversion cost is based off 6370 tons instead of 6480 since the Umi II is a new vessel and therefore the full 110 tons is paid for that one. Stats for the Umi II are the same as the 1945 built Umi (now Umi I).

Japan's Naval Developments - Q3/1948

A. Industrial Allocation

27/27 factories producing warship material = 27,000 t. 29 tons stockpiled materials available. 736 tons transferred to Japan. 2,063 tons from scrapping. Total materials available: 29,828 t. 29,822 t are used. 6 t materials stockpiled.

0/27 factories are dedicated to producing infrastructure material, = 0x 0.1 = 0.0 points.

B. Infrastructure Development

None.

C. Naval Construction

Kure Navy Yard, Kure (Honshu)
Slip V-1A => idle.
Slip I-1A => I-350 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Slip I-1B => I-351 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock V-1A => I-352 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Free-floating: BB Oshima receives 1200 tons (still needed 53230 tons).
Free-floating: CV Nurikabe receives 1500 tons (still needed 10410 tons).

Yokosuka Navy Yard, Yokosuka (Honshu)
Slip V-2A => CV Ishinagenjo receives 2450 tons (still needed 67450 tons).
Slip I-2A => I-353 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Slip I-2B => I-354 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock 0-2A => I-355 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Free-floating: CV Ittanmomen receives 1500 tons (still needed 17785 tons).

Kawasaki Co, Kobe (Honshu)
Slip V-3A => BB Aki receives 1200 tons (still needed 57830 tons).
Slip II-3A => idle.
Slip I-3A => I-356 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock II-3A => idle.
Free-floating: BB Shinano receives 3000 tons (still needed 3000 tons).

Mitsubushi Co, Nagasaki (Kyushu)
Slip V-4A => idle.
Slip II-4A => idle.
Slip I-4A => I-357 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock II-4A => idle.
Free-floating: Nisshin Maru conversion started 7/1/1948. Receives 956 tons. Completed 9/25/1948.
Free-floating: CB Komaki receives 2196 tons (still needed 5096 tons).
Free-floating: BB Echizen receives 3000 tons (still needed 3000 tons).
Small craft construction: DSRV Umi II. Laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 110 tons. Completed 8/1/1948.

Fukuoka Navy Yard, Fukuoka (Kyushu)
Slip III-5A => idle.
Slip II-5A => idle.
Slip I-5A => I-358 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock IV-5A => idle.

Hakodate Navy Yard, Hakodate (Hokkaido)
Slip III-6A => idle.
Slip II-6A => idle.
Slip I-6A => I-359 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.

Aomori Navy Yard, Aomori (Honshu)
Slip III-7A => CAV Akitsushima receives 3000 tons (still needed 11553 tons).
Slip I-7A => idle.
Dock I-7A => I-360 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.

Kagoshima Navy Yard, Kagoshima (Kyushu)
Slip III-8A => idle.
Slip I-8A => I-361 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock I-8A => I-362 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Slip 0-8A => I-363 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Slip 0-8B => I-364 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock 0-8A => I-365 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Free-floating: NI-1 receives 276 tons (still needed 87 tons).
Free-floating: NI-2 receives 276 tons (still needed 87 tons).

Wakayama Navy Yard, Wakayama (Honshu)
Slip III-9A => idle.
Slip I-9A => I-366 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock I-9A => idle.
Free-floating: I-315 receives 696 tons (still needed 696 tons). Completed 7/30/1948.

Tokushima Navy Yard, Tokushima (Shikoku)
Slip III-10A => idle.
Slip I-10A => I-367 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock I-10A => idle.
Free-floating: I-316 receives 696 tons (still needed 696 tons). Completed 7/30/1948.

Niigata Navy Yard, Niigata (Honshu)
Slip I-11A => I-368 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Slip I-11B => I-369 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock III-11A => idle.
Free-floating: ASS Spiro receives 79 tons (still needed 0 tons). Completed 7/8/1948.
Free-floating: ASS Santa Rosa receives 79 tons (still needed 0 tons). Completed 7/8/1948.

Niihama Navy Yard, Niihama (Shikoku)
Slip I-12A => I-370 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Slip I-12B => I-371 laid down 7/1/1948. Receives 225 tons. Launched 8/26/1948.
Dock III-12A => idle.
Free-floating: ASS Sante Fe receives 79 tons (still needed 0 tons). Completed 7/8/1948.
Free-floating: ASS San Rafael receives 79 tons (still needed 0 tons). Completed 7/8/1948.


D. Transactions
0 tons from Argentina for the Salta and Santiago del Estero. Payment incomplete.
336 tons from Argentina for the Spiro, San Rafael, Santa Rosa and Sante Fe. Payment incomplete.
400 tons from Argentina using Argentina’s Federal Express Mail Service for final payment of Salta, Santiago del Estero, Spiro, San Rafael, Santa Rosa and Sante Fe.
Spiro, San Rafael, Santa Rosa and Sante Fe transferred to the Argentine Navy.
2500 tons to the Philippines for the carrier Linguyan.

E. Other Notes
I-315 and I-316 starting shakedown cruises.
Miyake, Mikura, Awaji, Kurahashi, Nomi, Chiburi, Yashiro, Kusagaki and Uku (Miyake class) continuing shakedown cruises.
I-314 completing shakedown cruise.
I-312 and I-313 completing shakedown cruises.
CL Abashiri and CL Akan completing shakedown cruises.

New units laid down this quarter:
I-350 through I-371 coastal submarines. Each requiring 335 tons and 4.5 months.
Umi II Deep Sea Research Vessel. Requires 110 tons and 1 month.

Conversions:
Nisshin Maru research vessel. Requiring 956 tons and 2.4 months.

Repairs.
None

Refits/Rebuilds
None.

Scrapping
FFS:OC-44 through 67. 3.3 months, 2062 tons available in Q3/1948. Done
FFS:OC-68 through 79. 3.3 months, 1031 tons available in Q4/1948.
FFS: OC-80 through 95. 3.3 months, 1376 tons available in Q1/1949.
FFS: OC-96 through 109. 3.3 months, 1204 tons available in Q1/1949.

F. Updated Order of Battle, 9/30/48

Note: X (Y)+Z = completed (under repair/refit) + under construction

Battleships: 9(2)+4
Battlecruisers: 3(0)+0
Large Cruisers: 8(0)+1
Heavy Cruisers: 14(0)+0
Light Cruisers: 52(0)+0
Training Cruisers: 3(0)+0
Large Aircraft Carriers: 2(0)+5
Aircraft Carriers: 7(0)+0
Light Aircraft Carriers: 7(0)+0
Training carrier: 2(0)+0
Destroyer Leader: 18(0)+0
Destroyers class 1: 16(0)+0
Destroyers class 2: 60(0)+0
Destroyers class 3: 14(0)+0, 14 of the 14 destroyers being scrapped.
Kaibokan: 41(0)+0
Ocean Going Submarines: 53(0)+0
Coastal Submarines: 147(0)+24
Midget Submarines: 144(0)+0
Coast Defense Vessels: 14(0)+0
Frigates: 5(0)+0
Gunboats: 14(0)+0
Minelayers: 5(0)+0
Minesweepers: 4(0)+0
Patrol boats: 111(0)+0
MPV: 9(0)+0
CCB: 10(0)+0
MTB: 570(0)+0
Amphibious Warfare Ships 315(0)+1
Exploration ships: 3(0)+0
Museum ships: 4(0)+0