RG 19

"ITEM S-24"

REPORTS AND STUDIES RELATING TO WAR DAMAGE AND PROTECTION OF SHIPS

SERIES: Records Relating to Foreign Ships and Ordnance and U.S. Countermeasures, 1927-1948

[Bulk Dates, 1940-1945]

Finding Aid P, Entry 3; ARC ID 1104997

Combined UD Entries 1033-B (FRC Transfer 13589), and 1033-1 (FRC Transfer 59A704) to form single series.

Arranged by subject.

ARC ID 1104997; Declassification Project NND 974382; NND 960007

33 Legal Standard Boxes; 16.632 cubic feet; 14.438 linear feet

Location: 470/30/15/4-16/1

CONTAINER LIST:

Box 1:

British Landing Craft
[Drawing of British Slow Type TLC's (Tank Landing Craft) - General Arrangement]
[Drawing of Proposed TLC (Tank Landing Craft) Carrier, Admiralty, October 1941]
[Proposed TLC (Tank Landing Craft Carrier) Sheer Drawing, Admiralty, Novemberl941]
TLC [British Tank Landing Craft] Mark 2 - Triple Screw
TLC [British Tank Landing Craft] Mark 3 - Slow Type
TLC [British Tank Landing Craft] Mark 4 - Shallow Draft
Summary of Calculations for Truck Transport [New British Tank Assault Craft, 1941]
Truck Transport Vessels [BAPM-1, October-December 1941]
Motor Landing Craft Carriers [Dewdale, Iris, Daffodil] [Folder 1 of 4]
Motor Landing Craft Carriers [Dewdale, Iris, Daffodil] [Folder 2 of 4]
Motor Landing Craft Carriers [Dewdale, Iris, Daffodil] [Folder 3 of 4]
Motor Landing Craft Carriers [Dewdale, Iris, Daffodil] [Folder 4 of 4]

Box 2:

British Ships - General Information [Folder 1 of 3]
British Ships - General Information [Folder 2 of 3]
British Ships - General Information [Folder 3 of 3]
Great Britain Navy Combined Operations Headquarters Ship [Folder 1 of 2]
Great Britain Navy Combined Operations Headquarters Ship [Folder 2 of 2]
Great Britain Motor Gun Boat
Weapons - ONI [Office of Naval Intelligence] Reports Concerning Bombs, Depth Charges and Projectiles, Mines, Torpedoes
British Ordnance Information
[War Damage Report] Battle of the River Plate, December 1939, Naval Construction Department, Admiralty, Bath [England]

Box 3:

HMS Achilles, Gas Explosion [June 1943]
HMS Arrow, Fire and Explosion, 4 August 1943
HMS Aurora, Collision Damage, 5 October 1943
HMT Berberis, Bomb Damage, 11 December 1942
HMS Blankney, Collision Damage, 2 December 1943
HMS Dasher, Internal Explosion, 27 March 1943
HMS Delhi, Explosion Damage, 12 February 1945
HMS Easton, Collision Damage, 22 August 1943
HMS Enchantress, Collision with U-boat, 13 December 1942
HMS Fleetwood, Collision Damage, 5 November 1943
HMS Formidable, 4 May 1945 [cross-reference sheet only]
HMS Furious, Weather Damage, 7 April 1943
HMIS Godavari, Collision Damage, 22 December 1943
HMS Hesperus, Collision Damage, 26 December 1942
HMAS Hobart, Explosion Damage, 31 July 1943
HMS Hunter, Gale Damage, 4-5 August 1943
HMS Kempenfelt, Collision Damage, 11 February 1944
HMS King George, Collision with HMS Punjabi, 1 May 1942
HMS Londonderry, Explosion Damage, 3 February 1943
HMS Mansfield [inquiry regarding repairs]
HMS Mendip, Explosion Damage, 24 October 1940
MGB-501 [British Motor Gun Boat No. 501], Internal Explosion, 27 July 1942
HMS Oribi, Collision Damage, 6 May 1942
HMS Pladda, Grounding, September 1943
HMS Ripley, Grounding, 4 September 1941
HMS Sheffield, Gale Damage, 17-19 February 1943
HMS Starling, U-boat Ramming, 24 June 1943
HMS Uganda, Collision Damage, 9 September 1943
HMS Wolverine, U-boat Ramming, 11 August 1942
HMS Zetland, Debris and Blast from Bombs and Exploding Ships, 2 December 1943
War Damage to British Naval Vessels - Summary of Damage by Mines to May 1941
HMS Abercrombie, Mine Damage, 9 September 1943
HMS Achates, Mine Damage, 25 July 1941
HMS Adrias and HMS Hurworth, Mine Damage, 22 October 1943
HMS Adventure, Mine Damage, 15 January 1941
HMS Arcturus, Mine Damage, 25 July 1945
HMS Ardrossan, Mine Damage, 26 November 1943
HMS Arrow, Mine Damage, 21 June 1941
HMS Aurora, Mine Damage, 19 December 1941
HMS Badsworth, Mine Damage, 16 June 1942
HMS Badsworth, Mine Damage, 22 April 1943

Box 4:

HMS Belfast, Mine Damage, 21 November 1939
HMS Biter, Mine Damage, 16 November 1943
HMS Black Swan, Mine Damage, 1 November 1940
HMS Blanche, Mine Damage, 13 November 1939
HMS Bleasdale, Mine Damage, 10 October 1942
HMS Chamois, Mine Damage [no date]
HMS Circe, Mine Damage, 1944
HMS Cleopatra, Mine Damage, 16 July 1943
HMS Cleopatra, Mine Damage, 16 July 1943 - Philadelphia Navy Yard Report [Folder 1 of 3]
HMS Cleopatra, Mine Damage, 16 July 1943 - Philadelphia Navy Yard Report [Folder 2 of 3]
HMS Cleopatra, Mine Damage, 16 July 1943 - Philadelphia Navy Yard Report [Folder 3 of 3]
HMS Cotswold, Mine Damage, 20 April 1942
HMS Elgin, Mine Damage, 1944
HMS Express, HMS Ivanhoe and HMS Esk, Mine Damage, 31 August 1940
HMS Fantôme, Mine Damage, 20 May 1943
HMS Fir, Mine Damage, 4 April 1941
HMS Fitzroy, Mine Damage, 14 January 1941
HMS Fitzroy, Mine Damage, 27 May 1942
HMS Fury, Mine Damage [no date]
HMS Gallant, Mine Damage, 10 January 1941

Box 5

HMS Halcyon, Mine Damage, 27 September 1940
HMS Hambledon, Mine Damage, 7 October 1940
HMS Hecla, Mine Damage, 15 May 1942, and Torpedo Damage, 11-12 November 1942
HMS Holderness, Mine Damage, 5 December 1943
HMS Hostile, Mine Damage, 23 August 1940
HMS Hussar, Mine Damage, 20 November 1939
HMS Jersey, Mine Damage, 11 October 1940
HMS Kelly, Mine Damage, 14 December 1939
HMS Lady Stanley, Mine Damage, 26 May 1943
Merchant Vessel Loch Goil, Mine Damage, 6 October 1939
HMS Locust, Mine Damage, 8 October 1940
HMS Lowestoft, Mine Damage, 5 January 1941 [Folder 1 of 2]
HMS Lowestoft, Mine Damage, 5 January 1941 [Folder 2 of 2]
HMS Loyal, Mine Damage, 13 October 1944
HM LST-12, Mine Damage, 13 November 1943
HM LST-424, Mine Damage, 30 July 1943
HMS Matchless, Mine Damage, 16 June 1942
HM MGB-109 [Motor Gun Boat No. 109], Mine Damage, 7 February 1943
HM ML-125, Mine Damage, 2 November 1942
HMS Nelson, Mine Damage, 4 December 1939

Box 6:

HMS Nelson, Mine Damage, 18 Junel944 [Folder 1 of 2]
HMS Nelson, Mine Damage, 18 June 1944 [Folder 2 of 2]
HMS Neptune and HMS Kandahar, Mine Damage, 19 December 1941
HMS Pelican, Mine Damage, 19 February 1941
HMS Prince David, Mine Damage, 10 December 1944
HMS Pytchley, Mine Damage, 23 June 1941
HMS Quail, Mine Damage, 15 November 1943
HMS Queen Elizabeth, Mine Damage, 19 December 1941 [Folder 1 of 2]
HMS Queen Elizabeth, Mine Damage, 19 December 1941 [Folder 2 of 2]
HMS Quorn, Mine Damage, 18 August 1941
HMS Quorn, Mine Damage, 20 April 1942
HMS Ryhl (Ex-CVE-39), Mine Damage, 1944
HMS Sheffield, Mine Damage, 17 March 1941 and 4 March 1942
HMS Sheffield, Mine Damage, 5 February 1944

Box 7:

HMS Speedy, Mine Damage, 15 May 1943
HMS Stevenstone, Mine Damage, 30 November 1944
HMS Tuscan, Mine Damage, 14 May 1943
HMS Valiant, Mine Damage, 19 December 1941
HMS Vega, Mine Damage, 11 November 1940
HMS Venomous, Mine Damage, 30 December 1940
HMS Walpole, Mine Damage, 28 October 1940
HMS Warspite, Mine Damage, 13 June 1944
HMS Whitshed, Mine Damage, 30 July 1940
HMS Winchester, Mine Damage, 8 November 1940
HMS Wolfhound, Mine Damage, 3 September 1941, and HMS Achates, Mine Damage, 25 July 1941
HMS Worcester, Mine Damage, 23 December 1943
War Damage to Naval Vessels - Summary of Damage by Bombs to September 2, 1941
Miscellaneous War Damage Notes
British War Damage, etc.
Damage to Electrical Equipment on British Ships (War Experience in Regard to)
Damage Abstracts - Office Copy No. 2
Correspondence on British War Damage Report[s]

Box 8:

HMS [British Ships] Under Repair [in American Yards] and Check-Off List [Folder 1 of 2]
HMS [British Ships] Under Repair [in American Yards] and Check-Off List [Folder 2 of 2]
Bomb Damage Reports [1941]
Study of British Vessels [Folder 1 of 2]
Study of British Vessels [Folder 2 of 2]
HMS Acheron, Bomb Damage, 24 August 1940
HMS Achilles, Bomb Damage, 1 January 1943
HMS Airedale, Bomb Damage, 15 June 1942
HMS Ajax, Bomb Damage, 1 January 1943
HMS Argus, Bomb Damage, 10 November 1942
HMCS Athabaskan, Bomb Damage, 27 August 1943
HMS Atherstone, Bomb Damage, 11 September 1940
HMS Aurora, Bomb Damage, 30 October 1943

Box 9:

HMS Barham, Bomb Damage, 27 May 1941
HMS Bicester, Bomb Damage, 9 May and 2 December 1943
HMS Bideford, Bomb Damage, 29 May 1940
HMS Black Swan, Bomb Damage, 28 April 1940
HMS Blencathra, Bomb Damage, 18 July 1942
HMS Blyth, Bomb Damage, 6 November 1942
HMS Boadicea, Bomb Damage, 10 June 1940
HMS Boreas, Bomb Damage, 25 July 1940
HMS Bramham, Bomb Damage, 20 December 1942
HMS Brilliant, Bomb Damage, 25 July 1940
British Invasion Barges, Bomb Damage, 16 October 1942
HMS Bulldog, Bomb Damage, 10 June 1940
HMS Cadmus, Bomb Damage, 9 September and 20 November 1943
HMS Cameron (ex-USS Welles), Bomb Damage, 12 December 1940
HMS Carlisle, Bomb Damage, 9 October 1943
HMS Centurion, Bomb Damage, 15 June 1942 [refers to report on HMS Newcastle torpedo damage - not located]
Merchant Vessel City of Melbourne, Bomb Damage, 4 July 1940
HMS Cleopatra, Bomb Damage, 11 February 1942
HMS Codrington, Bomb Damage, 27 July 1940
HMS Cornwall, Bomb Damage, 5 April 1942
HMS Cowdray, Bomb Damage, 8 November 1942
HMS Curacoa, Bomb Damage, 24 April 1940
HMS Curlew, Bomb Damage, 26 May 1940
HMS Delhi, Bomb Damage, 11 December 1942
HMS Derwentdale, Bomb Damage, 13 September 1943
HMS Dido, Bomb Damage, 29 May 1941

Box 10:

HMS Dorsetshire, Loss by Bombs, 4-5 April 1942
HMS Durban, Bomb Damage, 12 February 1942
HMS Edinburgh, Bomb Damage, 16 October 1939
HMS Encounter, Bomb Damage, 30 April and 16 May 1941
HMS Erne, Bomb Damage, 30 April 1941
HMS Eskimo, Bomb Damage, 12 July 1943
HMS Espérance Bay, Bomb Damage, 14 July 1940
HMS Farndale, Bomb Damage, 9 February 1942
HMS Fiji, Bomb Damage, 22 May 1941
HMS Firedrake, Bomb Damage, 23 July 1941 [Folder 1 of 3]
HMS Firedrake, Bomb Damage, 23 July 1941 [Folder 2 of 3]
HMS Firedrake, Bomb Damage, 23 July 1941 [Folder 3 of 3]
Floating Dock No. XI, Bomb Damage, 10 March 1941
HMS Formidable, Bomb Damage, 26 May 1941
HMS Fortune, Bomb Damage, 8 May and 10 May 1941
HMS Foxglove, Bomb Damage, 9 July 1940
HMS Garland, Bomb Damage, 27 May 1942
HMS Greyhound, Bomb Damage [no date]
HMS Harrier, Bomb Damage, 25 May 1940
HMS Havock, Bomb Damage, 19 July 1940
HMS Hebe, Bomb Damage, 8 July 1942
HMS Hermes, Loss by Bombs, 9 April 1942
HMS Hero, Bomb Damage, 25 October 1941

Box 11:

HMS Hurricane and HMS Viscount, Bomb Damage, 8 May 1941
HMS Hursley, Bomb Damage, 29 August 1942
HMS Hussar, Bomb Damage, 15 May 1940
HMS Ilex, Bomb Damage, 15 June 1941 [Folder 1 of 3]
HMS Ilex, Bomb Damage, 15 June 1941 [Folder 2 of 3]
HMS Ilex, Bomb Damage, 15 June 1941 [Folder 3 of 3]
HMS Illustrious, Bomb Damage, 10, 16 and 19 January 1941 [Folder 1 of 6]
HMS Illustrious, Bomb Damage, 10, 16 and 19 January 1941 [Folder 2 of 6]
HMS Illustrious, Bomb Damage, 10, 16 and 19 January 1941 [Folder 3 of 6]

Box 12:

HMS Illustrious, Bomb Damage, 10, 16 and 19 January 1941 [Folder 4 of 6]
HMS Illustrious, Bomb Damage, 10, 16 and 19 January 1941 [Folder 5 of 6]
HMS Illustrious, Bomb Damage, 10, 16 and 19 January 1941 [Folder 6 of 6]
HMS Indomitable, Bomb Damage, 12 August 1942 [Folder 1 of 5]
HMS Indomitable, Bomb Damage, 12 August 1942 [Folder 2 of 5]
HMS Indomitable, Bomb Damage, 12 August 1942 [Folder 3 of 5]
HMS Indomitable, Bomb Damage, 12 August 1942 [Folder 4 of 5]
HMS Indomitable, Bomb Damage, 12 August 1942 [Folder 5 of 5]
HMS Intrepid, Bomb Damage, 26 September 1943

Box 13:

HMS Isis, Bomb Damage, 15 June 1942
HMS Ithuriel, Bomb Damage, 28 November 1942
HMS Ivanhoe, Bomb Damage, 1 June 1940
HMS Jackal, Bomb Damage, 11 May 1942
HMS Jaguar, Bomb Damage, 29 May 1940
HMS Jervis, Bomb Damage, 9 October 1939 and 10-12 May 1942
HMS Jervis, Bomb Damage, 23 January 1944
HMS Kipling, Bomb Damage, 17 April 1940 [also loss of HMS Kipling, 11 May 1942]
HMS Latona, Bomb Damage, 25 October 1941
HMS Leda, Bomb Damage, 14 June 1942
HMS Lively, Bomb Damage, 11 May 1942
HMS Lucia, Bomb Damage, 5 April 1942
HMS Mallard, Bomb Damage, 30 September 1940
HMS Maori, Bomb Damage, 12 February 1942
HMS Marshal Soult, Bomb Damage, 10 March 1941
HMS Martin, Bomb Damage, 27 May 1942
HMS Mashona, Bomb Damage, 28 May 1941
HMCS Matane, Bomb Damage, 20 July 1944
HMS Mendip, Bomb Damage, 25 September 1943
HMS Montrose, Bomb Damage, 27 July 1940
HMS Nestor, Bomb Damage, 15 and 20 1942
HMS Nith, Glider Bomb Damage, 24 June 1944
HMS Norfolk, Bomb Damage, 16 March 1940
HMS Norseman and HMS Opportune, Bomb Damage, 28 December 1940
HMS Orion, Bomb Damage, 29 May 1941 [Folder 1 of 3]
HMS Orion, Bomb Damage, 29 May 1941 [Folder 2 of 3]

Box 14:

HMS Orion, Bomb Damage, 29 May 1941 [Folder 3 of 3]
HMS Palomares, Bomb Damage, 9 November 1942
HMS Panther, Bomb Damage, 7 November 1942
HMS Pegasus, Bomb Damage, 4 May 1941
HMS Pelican, Bomb Damage, 22 April 1940
HMS Penelope, Bomb Damage, 25 March-10 April 1942 [Folder 1 of 2]
HMS Penelope, Bomb Damage, 25 March-10 April 1942 [Folder 2 of 2]
HMS Penelope, Bomb Damage, 7 October 1943
HMS Petard, Bomb Damage, 16 June 1943
HMS Pintail, Bomb Damage, 1 November 1940
HMS Pirie, Bomb Damage, 10 April 1943
HMS Princess Astrid, Bomb Damage, 7 July 1942
HMS Princess Josephine Charlotte, Bomb Damage, 7 July 1942
HMS Puckeridge, Bomb Damage, 13 December 1941
HMS Queen Emma, Bomb Damage, 17 July 1943
HMS Regent, Bomb Damage, 22 April 1941
HMS Resolution, Bomb Damage, 10 May 1940 [Folder 1 of 2]

Box 15:

HMS Resolution, Bomb Damage, 10 May 1940 [Folder 2 of 2]
HMS Rhyl, Bomb Damage, 9-10 November 1943
HMS Roberts, Bomb Damage, 11 November 1942
HMS Rockwood, Bomb Damage, 11 November 1943
HMS Rodney, Bomb Damage, 9 April 1940
HMS Rover, Bomb Damage, 24 April 1941
HMS Salamander, Bomb Damage, 27 August 1944
HMS Selkirk, Bomb Damage, 4 May 1941
HMS Selkirk, Bomb Damage, 21 September 1942
HMS Shakespeare, Bomb Damage, 1943
HMS Sheffield, Bomb Damage, 17 March 1941
HMS Sherwood, Bomb Damage, 10 March 1941
HMS Sirius, Bomb Damage, 17 October 1943
HMS Somali, Bomb Damage, 15 May 1940
HMS Southampton, Bomb Damage, 11 January 1941
HMS Spartan, Bomb Damage, 29 January 1944
HMS Suffolk, Bomb Damage, 17 April 1940
HMS Sussex, Bomb Damage, 18 September 1940
HMS Trinidad, Bomb Damage, 14 May 1942
HMS Tynedale, Bomb Damage, 11 March 1941
HMS Tynedale, Bomb Damage, 9 August 1943
HMS Tynwald, Bomb Damage, 10 January 1941

Box 16:

HMS Uganda, Collision and Bomb Damage, 9 and 13 September 1943 [Folder 1 of 3]
HMS Uganda, Collision and Bomb Damage, 9 and 13 September 1943 [Folder 2 of 3]
HMS Uganda, Collision and Bomb Damage, 9 and 13 September 1943 [Folder 3 of 3]
HMS Ulster Monarch, Bomb Damage, 19 August 1943
HMS Valiant, Bomb Damage, 22 May 1941
HMS Vampire, Bomb Damage, 9 April 1942
HMS Vanessa, Bomb Damage, 14 July 1940
HMS Vanessa, Bomb Damage, 19 June 1941
HMS Victory, Bomb Damage, 11 March 1941
HMS Warspite, Bomb Damage, 22 May and 23 June 1941 [Folder 1 of 2]
HMS Warspite, Bomb Damage, 22 May and 23 June 1941 [Folder 2 of 2]
HMS Warspite, Bomb Damage, 16 September 1943
HMS Warspite, Bomb Damage, 11 September 1943

Box 17:

HMS Winchester, Bomb Damage, 12 September 1943
HMS Windsor, Bomb Damage, 11 August 1940
HMS Witherington, Bomb Damage, 11 March 1941
HMS Wolfhound, Bomb Damage, 3 September 1941 [and HMS Achates, Mine Damage, 25 July 1941]
Silhouettes of British Naval Vessels
Foreign Ships – General
[Comparison of American, French, German and Russian Destroyer Propulsion Plant Design, Undated]
ONI 208-R (Revised) [Office of Naval Intelligence Publication], Russian Merchant Ships in the Pacific, April 1945
ONI 222-R [Office of Naval Intelligence Publication], Naval Vessels of the USSR, July 1945 Russian Ships [Miscellaneous, 1941-1944]
Stalin [Soviet Icebreaker, Voyage to Seattle, 1942]
French Ships [Disposition of French fleet as of 25 March 1941; notes on French cruiser armaments, 8 June 1942]
BB Jean Bart [photos of French battleship]
CA La Primauget [photos of French cruiser]
DD Albatross [photo of French destroyer]
BB Richelieu [reports and memos relating to French battleship]
BB Richelieu [blueprints of French battleship] [Folder 1 of 2]

Box 18:

BB Richelieu [blueprints of French battleship] [Folder 2 of 2]
[French] Ship Damage at Casablanca [Morocco]
Ships Damaged at Sousse [Tunisia, 1943]
Ship Damage at Mers-el-Kebir [Algeria]
Le Malin, 8 November 1942 [French destroyer damaged by U.S. 16-inch shell, Casablanca, Morocco] [Folder 1 of 2]
Le Malin, 8 November 1942 [French destroyer damaged by U.S. 16-inch shell, Casablanca, Morocco] [Folder 2 of 2]
Dutch Cruisers Tromp and Heemskerck [drawings]
Damage to Italian Vessels [photos of Balila submarine]
ONI [Office of Naval Intelligence] Combat Narrative, The Sicilian Campaign, 10 July-17 August 1942
Swedish Ships [destroyer Klas Horn, damaged, no date given]
Japanese Ships [miscellaneous notes and memos, 1945-1946]
Japanese Naval Lists
Japanese Submarines
[Data on Japanese Battleships]
[Data on Japanese Cruisers]
[Data on Japanese Aircraft Carriers]

Box 19:

[Data on Japanese Destroyers]
[Data on Japanese Escort Vessels]
DNI [Director of Naval Intelligence], Master File Drawings of Japanese Naval Vessels, November 1942
Report on the Interrogation of Survivors from Japanese Destroyer Yugumo, Sunk 6 October 1943
Data Sheet No. 1 - Japanese Naval Vessels - Project No. 102 [drawings of various turrets]
Data for the Structural Design of Ships at Maizuru Navy Yard, 28 November 1945
Japanese Defense Against Amphibious Operations, MFD [Army Military Intelligence Division] Series No. 29, February 1945
ONI 41-42 I [Office of Naval Intelligence Publication], Index to All Japanese Naval Vessels, December 1944
ONI 208-J, Supplement No. 2 [Office of Naval Intelligence Publication], Far Eastern Small Craft, March 1945
ONI 222-J [Office of Naval Intelligence Publication], The Japanese Navy, June 1945
ONI 222-J [Office of Naval Intelligence Publication], A Statistical Summary of the Japanese Navy, July 1944
CICSOPAC [Combat Intelligence Center, South Pacific] Information Bulletin, Japanese Barges, January 1944
JICPOA [Joint Intelligence Center, Pacific Ocean Area] Bulletin 69-44, Captured Photographs of Japanese Ships
CINCPAC-CINCPOA [Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Area] Japanese Ship List, 18 December 1944
CINCPAC-CINCPOA [Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Area] Bulletin 160-44, Japanese Antitank Tactics
CINCPAC-CINCPOA [Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Area] Bulletin 26-45, Japanese Artillery Weapons
CINCPAC-CINCPOA [Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Area] Bulletin 56-45, Japanese Destroyers and Minor Combatant Types

Box 20:

CINCPAC-CINCPOA [Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Area] Bulletin 108-45, Japanese Naval Vessels
CINCPAC-CINCPOA [Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Area], Japanese Warships Sunk, November 1945
Supplementary Data on Japanese Naval Vessels, 1 February 1944
Japanese Naval Vessels at the End of the War, Compiled by Shizuo Fukui, Administrative Division, Second Demobilization Bureau, April 1947
Diagrams and Plans Donated by Cdr. Madden [Japanese ship data]
[Chart of Japanese Minefields and Restricted Waters in the Philippines, ca. September 1944]
Photographs of Japanese Ships
Intelligence Targets Japan - Requirements of the U.S. Navy, September 1945
U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Reports on Ships and Related Targets [Folder 1 of 2]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Reports on Ships and Related Targets [Folder 2 of 2]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Target Report No. S-06-1, Reports of Damage to
Japanese Naval Vessels, December 1945 [Folder 1 of 2]

Box 21:

U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Target Report No. S-06-1, Reports of Damage to Japanese Naval Vessels, December 1945 [Folder 2 of 2]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Target Report No. S-06-3, Summary of Major Japanese Warship Losses, January 1946
[U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Correspondence Regarding Japanese Capital Ships, November 1945]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Reports on Ordnance Targets [Folder 1 of 3]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Reports on Ordnance Targets [Folder 2 of 3]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Reports on Ordnance Targets [Folder 3 of 3]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Japan - Report on Miscellaneous Targets - Guns and Mounts Under 18-inch
Technical Air Intelligence Center Manual No. 1, Japanese Aircraft Performance and Characteristics, December 1944
Report from Prize Crew of Japanese Battleship Nagato
Japanese War Damage Report - BB Nagato

Box 22:

Japanese War Damage Report - CVL Ryuho
Japanese Ship Drawings
Intelligence Reports Relating to Japanese Ships [Folder 1 of 8]
Intelligence Reports Relating to Japanese Ships [Folder 2 of 8]
Intelligence Reports Relating to Japanese Ships [Folder 3 of 8]
Intelligence Reports Relating to Japanese Ships [Folder 4 of 8]
Intelligence Reports Relating to Japanese Ships [Folder 5 of 8]
Intelligence Reports Relating to Japanese Ships [Folder 6 of 8]
Intelligence Reports Relating to Japanese Ships [Folder 7 of 8]
Intelligence Reports Relating to Japanese Ships [Folder 8 of 8]
Japanese Version of Naval Battles [Strategic Bombing Survey, Naval Analysis Division] [Folder 1 of 7]
Japanese Version of Naval Battles [Strategic Bombing Survey, Naval Analysis Division] [Folder 2 of 7]

Box 23:

Japanese Version of Naval Battles [Strategic Bombing Survey, Naval Analysis Division] [Folder 3 of 7]
Japanese Version of Naval Battles [Strategic Bombing Survey, Naval Analysis Division] [Folder 4 of 7]
Japanese Version of Naval Battles [Strategic Bombing Survey, Naval Analysis Division] [Folder 5 of 7]
Japanese Version of Naval Battles [Strategic Bombing Survey, Naval Analysis Division] [Folder 6 of 7]
Japanese Version of Naval Battles [Strategic Bombing Survey, Naval Analysis Division] [Folder 7 of 7]
II Battle of the Philippines [U.S. action report extracts and news clippings]
Excerpts from U.S. Action Reports Regarding Japan, July-August 1945
U.S. Torpedoes and Warheads - Present Types and Recent Developments, February 1945
COMNAVFORJAPAN [Commander, Naval Forces in Japan] Report on Disposition of Japanese Naval Vessels, 16 June 1948
[Photographs of Amagi, Aoba, Haruna, Hyuga, Ise, Katsuragi, Ryujo, Settsu and Yamato]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Submarines [Folder 1 of 8]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Submarines [Folder 2 of 8]

Box 24:

U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Submarines [Folder 3 of 8]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Submarines [Folder 4 of 8]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Submarines [Folder 5 of 8]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Submarines [Folder 6 of 8]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Submarines [Folder 7 of 8]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Submarines [Folder 8 of 8]
ALSOS Memo on German Type XXI Submarine, 19 January 1945
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe - Reports on German Surface Vessel Hull Design and Aircraft Carrier Graf Zeppelin
Translation of PG/30350 thru 30362, B.d.U. [German U-boat Headquarters] War Logs, 1 July 1944 thru 15 January 1945 [Folder 1 of 4]
Translation of PG/30350 thru 30362, B.d.U. [German U-boat Headquarters] War Logs, 1 July 1944 thru 15 January 1945 [Folder 2 of 4]
Translation of PG/30350 thru 30362, B.d.U. [German U-boat Headquarters] War Logs, 1 July 1944 thru 15 January 1945 [Folder 3 of 4]
Translation of PG/30350 thru 30362, B.d.U. [German U-boat Headquarters] War Logs, 1 July 1944 thru 15 January 1945 [Folder 4 of 4]

Box 25:

Naval Technical Mission in Europe Report 224-45, Characteristics of Tirpitz [35mm microfilm]
Naval Technical Mission in Europe Report 542-45, Hydrogen Peroxide Fired Boiler Design [35mm microfilm]
Japanese Projectiles [Folder 1 of 2]
Japanese Projectiles [Folder 2 of 2]
Fire Control Requirements
POW Information [information from Japanese prisoners on Japanese ships]
Japanese Mines
U.S. Mines
Japanese Torpedoes [Folder 1 of 2]
Japanese Torpedoes [Folder 2 of 2]
Japanese Explosives
[Japanese Explosive Ordnance Information Compiled by Mobile Explosives Investigation Unit No. 1, Revised Edition and Supplement, 1945]
Japanese Rockets
Japanese Suicide Boats and Depth Charges [120 kilogram]

Box 26:

[British] Admiralty Mining Establishment Report - Naval Underwater Explosives: A Short Account of Their Properties and Performance
[British] Torpedo Experimental Establishment Report - Electromagnetic Control of Projectiles, November 1946
USSBS [United States Strategic Bombing Survey], The Offensive Mine Laying Campaign Against Japan
20th Air Force Phase Analysis of Strategic Mining Blockade of the Japanese Empire
Mine Intelligence Bulletin Summary of 1 December 1944
Mine Intelligence Bulletin Index, 17-45 thru 1-46
Mine Intelligence Bulletins 17-45 to 22-45 and 2-46
Mine Intelligence Bulletin Supplements No. 1 to No. 4
Mine Intelligence Bulletin Supplement No. 6 [document withdrawn - security classified]
Mine Disposal Personnel, 1945
Mobile Explosives Investigation Unit No. 4 Field Bulletin, 1 June 1945
Japanese Projectiles and Fuzes, Mobile Explosives Investigation Unit No. 4, 19 January 1945
OPNAV 30-3M, Handbook of Japanese Explosive Ordnance, 15 August 1945

Box 27:

Mine Disposal Handbook Part I
Mine Disposal Handbook Part II [Folder 1 of 5]
Mine Disposal Handbook Part II [Folder 2 of 5]
Mine Disposal Handbook Part II [Folder 3 of 5]
Mine Disposal Handbook Part II [Folder 4 of 5]
Mine Disposal Handbook Part II [Folder 5 of 5]

Box 28:

German [Artillery] Projectiles and Fuzes, October 1944 [Handbook]
German Mines [Underwater] [Folder 1 of 2]
German Mines [Underwater] [Folder 2 of 2]
Miscellaneous Data on Torpedoes and Tubes
German Torpedoes
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe Reports on German Torpedoes [Folder 1 of 2]
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe Reports on German Torpedoes [Folder 2 of 2]

Box 29:

Italian Torpedoes
Japanese Bombs
[Report on Japanese Bomb Experiments Captured on Saipan] [Folder 1 of 4]
[Report on Japanese Bomb Experiments Captured on Saipan] [Folder 2 of 4]
[Report on Japanese Bomb Experiments Captured on Saipan] [Folder 3 of 4]
[Report on Japanese Bomb Experiments Captured on Saipan] [Folder 4 of 4]
USSBS [United States Strategic Bombing Survey] Physical Damage Division Report, April 1947
British Statistics - Effectiveness of Bombs
Other Foreign Bombs
Other Foreign Projectiles [Foreign Ammunition Chart - Small Arms]
German Rockets
German Bombs [General]
German Bombs [Special Devices Center, Sans Point, Washington, Report on German Air Force
Anti-Shipping Warfare, 1939-1945, dated March 1947]

Box 30:

[Rheinmetall-Borsig Report on Effectiveness of Y Program Bombs, April 1940, Annotated, with
English Translation]
German Explosives
German Projectiles
U.S. Naval Technical Mission in Europe Reports on German Underwater Explosion Research
Miscellaneous Data (Bomb)
Bombs – U.S.
Summary Tables of U.S. Weapons [for general use against naval targets, 22 May 1944]
Bomb Fuzing
Selection of Bombs and Fuzes
Ordnance Pamphlet No. 454 [OP-454], Bomb Sight Mark XI, October 1930
Captured Foreign Ordnance [alphabetic inventory, list No. 1, Supplement 3, April 1945]
U.S. Navy Service Airplane Characteristics and Performance Data Sheets, Addendum No. 14, October 1945
Tactical Air Intelligence Center Manual No. 2, Comparative Aircraft Performance and Characteristics, October 1944
Incendiary Bombs [conference regarding, 28 November 1944]
Guided Missiles
Submarine Guided Missile Conference, Point Mugu, California, 15-16 January 1947
A.D.R. Report M-30, Self-Propelled Missiles, December 1944

Box 31:

Navy Jet-Propelled Missiles [Folder 1 of 3]
Navy Jet-Propelled Missiles [Folder 2 of 3]
Navy Jet-Propelled Missiles [Folder 3 of 3]
S [Secret] - Rocket Bomb Propulsion Unit [Folder 1 of 3]
S [Secret] - Rocket Bomb Propulsion Unit [Folder 2 of 3]
S [Secret] - Rocket Bomb Propulsion Unit [Folder 3 of 3]
Guided Missile and Pilotless Aircraft Course [May-June 1946]
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, Geometric Factors in the Design of Warheads for Anti-Aircraft Guided Missiles, May 1947
McDonnell Aircraft, P/A XI and XV Preliminary Armament Analysis, March 1947
McDonnell Aircraft, MX-777, Preliminary Investigation of the Probability of Hitting the Target, May 1947
Consolidated-Vultee P/A-IV Activity Report, June-July 1947
National Defense Research Council Final Report on Development of Heads and Fuzes for 115-mm Aircraft Rocket, June 1946
Ryan Aeronautical Company Model 36 Warhead Study, February 1947
Aberdeen Proving Ground Ballistic Research Laboratories Report No. 614, Experiments with Shrapnel and Wire Wound Model Warheads, July 1946
Aberdeen Proving Ground Ballistic Research Laboratories Report No. 637, Development of Controlled Fragmentation Shell Using Grooved Rings, April 1947

Box 32:

Aberdeen Proving Ground Ballistic Research Laboratories, Airplane Vulnerability and Overall Armament Effectiveness, May 1947
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, Aircraft Vulnerability as a Function of Fragment Penetration, April 1947
Army Ordnance Department, Terminal Ballistic Data, Volume I, August 1944
Army Ordnance Department, Terminal Ballistic Data, Volume II, August 1944
Army Ordnance Department, Firing from Landing Craft with Standard Artillery and Rockets, April 1944
U.S. Navy Bomb Disposal School, U.S. Bombs and Fuzes, June 1944 [handbook]
U.S. Navy Bomb Disposal School, U.S. Rockets and Fuzes, June 1944 [handbook]
U.S. Navy Bomb Disposal School, U.S. Navy Projectiles and Fuzes, August 1944 [handbook]
U.S. Navy Bomb Disposal School, Japanese Bombs and Fuzes, July 1944 [handbook]
U.S. Navy Bomb Disposal School, Japanese Ammunition, July 1945 [handbook]

Box 33:

U.S. Navy Bomb Disposal School, U.S. Navy Projectiles and Fuzes, April 1943 [small format handbook]
U.S. Navy Bomb Disposal School, U.S. Army Projectiles and Fuzes, April 1943 [small format handbook]
U.S. Navy Bomb Disposal School, U.S. Bombs and Fuzes, August 1943 [small format handbook]
Army Ordnance Department Technical Manual TM E9-1983, Enemy Bombs and Fuzes [small format handbook]