Japanese submarine I-400 explodes after being hit by torpedoes from the USS Trumpetfish in Hawaiian waters.
Hawaii Date:1946, June 4 Duration:15 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Sinking of Japanese submarines during Operation Road's End in the Pacific Ocean after World War II. Japanese submarine I-400 (I-400, boat 5231) on the surface , off Barber's Point, Oahu, Hawaii. In a test of the Mark 10-3 exploder, the I-400 is seen being struck by three Mark 18-2 electric torpedoes fired from the USS Trumpetfish (SS-425). The torpedoes explode in rapid succession, raising columns of white spray and smoke.
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