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Encyclopedia > Yokosuka Naval Arsenal

The First Naval Air Technical Arsenal (第一海軍航空技術廠), located in Yokosuka, Japan, was responsible for the design of several aircraft used by the Japanese Imperial Navy during World War II. Actual manufacture of Yokosuka designs was handled by companies such as Aichi Kokuki.


In English-language references, such aircraft are usually designated "Yokosuka", while in Japanese the term "Kugisho" (空技廠, a contraction of "Koku Gijututsu-sho"), is used.

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Yokosuka, Kanagawa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1120 words)
Yokosuka was to become one of the main arsenals of the Imperial Japanese Navy into the 20th century, in which were built battleships such as Yamashiro, and aircraft carriers such as Hiryu and Shokaku.
Yokosuka is the birthplace of Hideto Matsumoto, who performed under the name hide, (1964-1998), the lead guitarist from the rock band X Japan as well as Jpop singer Rika Ishikawa.
Yokosuka's public elementary and junior high schools are operated by the Yokosuka Education System, a department of the Yokosuka City Department of Education [3].
United States Fleet Activities Yokosuka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (983 words)
Fleet Activities Yokosuka comprises 2.3 kmĀ² (568 acres) and is located at the entrance of Tokyo Bay, 65 km (40 mi) south of Tokyo and approximately 30 km (20 mi) south of Yokohama on the Miura Peninsula in the Kanto region of the Pacific Coast in Central Honshu, Japan.
On August 30, 1945, Vice Admiral Michitaro Totsuka, Commander of the Yokosuka Naval Base, surrendered his command to Rear Admiral Robert Carney, and the Base was peacefully occupied by U.S. Marines of the 6th Marine Division, British Marines and U.S. Naval personnel.
As the major naval ship repair facility in the Far East, the Yokosuka Facility assumed a vital role in maintenance and repair of the U.S. Seventh Fleet during the Korean and Vietnam conflicts.
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