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First Strike - N/A- 69/72


Taiyō was one of three ocean liners converted to troopships during World War II. She became the lead ship of further conversion to the Taiyō-class of escort carriers operated by the Imperial Japanese Navy. They were initially used to transport short-range aircraft to distant Pacific island air bases, and for training pilots to land on conventional aircraft carriers. They were later used to provide anti-submarine warfare aircraft protection for convoys of merchant ships; and all were sunk by submarines.


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