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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/14/2009 3:33:41 PM   
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Comic book, hell this could easily be a book

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/14/2009 4:13:47 PM   
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and miso soup, along with a bit of fish


Is this an "Uh oh!" moment?

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/14/2009 5:43:06 PM   
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As far as the book project goes, CF can set the whole thing up with picks and everything and then publish it as an e-book at Lulu.com.
He can set the sale price and gets 80% royalties.
Just with the forum dwellers he'll get a nice stimulus package for his next effort:

Big War Small ship, Admiral Edition!


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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/14/2009 6:42:49 PM   
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November 30, 1944

Location: Tokyo
Course: None
Attached to: Disbanded in port
Mission: None
System Damage: 0
Float Damage: 0
Fires: 0
Fuel: 475

Orders: None

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As we approach the second anniversary of this tale it seems like a good time to once again post a dramatis personae.


Officers:

Lieutenant Commander Hagumu Ishii, Captain. He is from Hyogo Prefecture and has a granddaughter, Sachiko, born after the start of the war.

Lieutenant Sakamoto Miharu, Executive Officer. His home is in Kanazawa. Taught Japanese at Annapolis for a year in the 1930’s. Has a new baby daughter, Yuriko, born October 1944.

Lieutenant Sakati, Chief Engineer. Trained at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. A man who knows and appreciates fine liquor.

Lieutenant Sugiyura, Chief Torpedo Officer. Martial artist and the most aggressive of Hibiki’s officers.

Lieutenant Kuwaki, Chief Gunnery Officer. Promoted to full lieutenant since the start of the war.

Lieutenant JG Nakagawa, ship’s medical officer. A veterinarian before entering the navy.

Lieutenant JG Kataoka, paymaster. Slightly plump and perhaps just a bit of a rogue at heart.

Ensign Handa, small boat specialist. His war of practical jokes with Ensign Izu got out of hand for a while, but the two became good friends. Transferred to battleship Musashi in August 1943, killed in action November 1944.

Ensign Tomio Izu. Amateur ornithologist, his father is a colonel in the Army.

Ensign Konada. Handa’s uptight replacement, is learning that substance is more important than style.

Petty Officers:

Chief Petty Officer Shun. From Okinawa. Terror of the ship’s enlisted men. He and Captain Ishii go back a long ways.

Constructor Chief Petty Officer Shinoda. Baseball player and master of the machine shops.

Senior Petty Officer Toshio Aikawa. Appears in the narrative only occasionally but is respected by both officers and enlisted men.

Petty Officer First Class Okubo. A bully and all-around jerk.

Petty Officer First Class Taiki Takahashi. Began the war as an enlisted man. Remarkably intelligent. Has lost much of his naïveté during the war but not his sense of honor. Married Sayumi Komatsu in January 1944. He is currently the ship’s chief radar operator.

Senior Chief Petty Officer Yahama. Engineering. A remarkably squat and ugly man but one of Sakati’s best men.

Enlisted Men:

Leading Seaman Riku Ariga. A former rogue and con man who tried very hard to reform after having the bad luck to fall hopelessly in love with Shun’s daughter. Finally married Nanami in 1944.

Leading Seaman Shiro Kuramata. A woodcarver and gentle soul from Tendo. Close friend to Riku and Taiki. We know he will one day write a book about his experiences during the war.

Leading Seaman Yoshitake. Bunks with Shoji, Shiro, Riku, and Oizuma. Can be a bit of a wise ass but is an okay guy.

Leading Seaman Hosogaya. Strongest man on the ship except for Shun. Torpedoman and baseball player. Joined the crew in 1943.

Seaman Senior Oizuma, “Snake Man.” Owner of Benzaiten. Hopes to become a biologist after the war.

Seaman Senior Kinsei. Torpedoman. Joined the crew in 1943, started out in Sugiyura’s doghouse but has since won approval.

Seaman Senior Chuyo. Torpedoman, friend of Kinsei and Hosogaya.

Senior Seaman Oka, radar operator.

Seaman First Class Itokawa. Cook and baseball player.

Seaman First Class Hikaru Shoji. Another bunkmate of Riku and Shiro, was plagued by bad luck until receiving a good luck charm from his friends.

Seaman First Class Konno. Plays second base for the ship’s baseball team.

Seaman Second Class Moshizuki. A heavy drinker and frequently in trouble.

Others:

Kojima Miharu, Lieutenant Miharu’s wife.

Morito Miharu, the lieutenant’s brother. A member of the Communist Party, which is a criminal activity in and of itself. Killed on Okinawa by Umeda.

Rin Shun, CPO Shun’s mother. A wise and tough old woman, seriously ill for a time but recovered. Shot and killed Umeda when he invaded the Shun home in an attempt to kill her son.

Nanami Shun, CPO Shun’s daughter. Beautiful but fiercely protected by her father. Now married to Riku, still lives on Okinawa with her grandmother.

Ensign Noboro Takahashi, Taiki’s brother. Serves aboard battleship Mutsu. Injured off Wake in ’42, has burn scars as a result.

Benzaiten, a Borneo blood python. The ship’s unofficial good luck charm.

Lieutenant Umeda of the Tokeitai. Held a grudge against Chief Shun and Captain Ishii, killed on Okinawa by Shun’s mother.

Sayumi Komatsu. War widow who attempted to continue running her family’s plastering business. Married Taiki in January 1944.

Captain Shimura of the Tokeitai. Has at different times worked both with and against Hibiki’s crew.

Frank Barnwell of the RAF, Blenheim gunner and radio operator. Picked up by Hibiki when his plane was shot down in the early days of the war. Escaped and after many adventures ended up in India with his unit. Was again shot down and wounded; is now in England and out of the war.

Nonaka, an old retired petty officer and former mentor of Shun. Can usually be found at Sugai’s bar in Osaka.

The Rickshaw Man. Assassin and agent of Big Ears Du, the crime lord of Shanghai. An old enemy of Shun’s.

Lieutenant Colonel Richard Marson of the Australian 7th Infantry Division. Appeared in the battles of Timor and Port Moresby.

Gordon McNair, merchant seaman. His tanker was torpedoed and he was left adrift by Kido Butai off New Zealand.

Ensign Mark Turnby of PT-62, son of a friend of Lieutenant Miharu’s. Rescued by Hibiki and now a resident of Kawasaki POW Camp 2-B.

Lieutenant Jack Kennedy, torpedo boat commander. Captured along with Ensign Turnby and also a resident of Kawasaki POW Camp 2-B.

Seaman Ralph Bethke. A crewman on the US destroyer La Valette. He writes messages and tosses them overboard in bottles, one of which gets Yoshitake into trouble.


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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/14/2009 11:59:51 PM   
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December 1 - 6, 1944

Location: Tokyo
Course: None
Attached to: Disbanded in port
Mission: None
System Damage: 0
Float Damage: 0
Fires: 0
Fuel: 475

Orders: None

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The third year of the war comes to a quiet end for Hibiki, still at anchor in Tokyo Bay. As with the first and second anniversaries of the beginning of the war I present a TROM (Tabular Record of Movement) for the year just concluded (the first two TROMs can be found here and here):

Tabular record of movement, IJN destroyer Hibiki, 7 December 1943 to 6 December 1944:

7 December 1943 – 26 December:
At Kwajalein.

27 December – 3 January 1944:
Raids enemy shipping at Luganville as part of a cruiser task force under the command of Raizo Tanaka. Hibiki engages and sinks AK Charles F. Amidon.

4 January – 6 January:
At Kwajalein.

7 January – 16 January:
Escorts the damaged Yamato to Tokyo. Many of the crew are stricken with dysentery en route.

17 January – 17 February:
At Tokyo. Taiki gets married. Morito Miharu and Lieutenant Umeda are both killed on Okinawa.

18 February – 13 March:
Operates out of Saipan as part of DesDiv 33. Engages enemy PT boats at Woleai March 8.

14 March – 31 March:
At Osaka.

1 April – 10 April:
Escorts troop ships carrying the 48th Independent Mixed Brigade from Osaka to Iwo Jima.

11 April – 12 April:
At Osaka.

13 April:
Proceeds alone to Tokyo.

14 April – 1 May:
Escorts carriers operating west of the Marshall Islands as the Allies invade Eniwetok.

2 May – 3 May:
Ordered to Saipan to refuel and move to cover freighters bringing supplies to Ulithi.

4 May:
SS Grenadier fires four torpedoes at Hibiki in a night attack. All miss.

5 May:
Carrier force provides cover for surface force withdrawing after a successful night attack at Woleai.

6 May – 11 May:
Escort operations conclude. Task force returns to Osaka.

12 May – 6 June:
At Osaka. Chief Petty Officer Shun is shot and wounded.

7 June – 15 June:
Escorts carriers in an attempt to intercept Allied transports en route to Guam. Two enemy destroyers sunk by carrier planes.

16 June – 16 July:
At Tokyo.

17 July – 23 July:
At Kagoshima.

24 July – 18 August:
Escorts carriers operating west of the Carolines in an unsuccessful attempt to interfere with the build-up of Allied troops and supplies in the region.

19 August – 26 August:
At Kagoshima.

27 August:
Detached and sent to Kobe for refit.

28 August – 18 September:
Refit at Kobe. Radar and additional 25mm AA guns are installed. Riku and Nanami are married.

19 September – 20 September:
Escorts carrier Hiyo to Tokyo.

21 September – 24 September:
At Tokyo.

25 September – 3 October:
Visits Bonin as part of surface combat TF.


4 October – 4 November:
At Tokyo.

5 November – 9 November:
Naval battle of Iwo Jima. While escorting Yamato and Musashi Hibiki sinks DD Dale and damages two more DDs and an AK, then survives heavy enemy air attacks while retiring.

10 November – 6 December:
At Tokyo.


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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/15/2009 9:42:17 AM   
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The old gal has had a busy war and her skipper is showing the wear & tear.

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 12:29:30 AM   
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December 7 - 31, 1944

Location: Tokyo/Osaka
Course: None
Attached to: Disbanded in port
Mission: None
System Damage: 0
Float Damage: 0
Fires: 0
Fuel: 475

Orders: None

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The remainder of December is a quiet time for Hibiki and her crew. On December 8 the destroyer escorts damaged cruiser Tone to Osaka. There they remain through the end of the month.

The war continues, of course. There is fierce fighting throughout the month on both Iwo and Chichi Jima. Japanese resistance remains stubborn, though as the year draws to a close it is clear that Allied forces are slowly gaining the upper hand. Japanese bombers flying from the mainland attack enemy shipping around Chichi Jima on several occasions, sinking a fair number of freighters and destroyer escorts there.

On the last day of the year a massive raid of 329 B-29s attacks Tokyo from the Marianas. But the air defense over Tokyo is very strong and Japanese fighters succeed in largely breaking up the raid before it can do serious damage. The heavy toll forces General Curtis LeMay to admit that the air offensive against Japan will have to wait until at least one airfield in the Bonins has been secured.

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Thus we come to 1945, the last and most desperate year of the war. For those who have followed Hibiki through over three years of war, thank you. From this point on there will be no more extended quiet periods for Hibiki and no more shortcuts in the story. From here until the end it will be day by day.

The game itself continues, though I decline to give the current date. I do not wish to drop any hints or spoilers. I will note, though, that there is a lot of action ahead for our little ship. Hang on to your hats, as they say, the ride is going to be a bumpy one from here on out.

I will mention one other thing. Whether Hibiki survives or not we will now follow the war to the end. We’ve come this far together and I think I owe it to all of you and to the crew to tell the tale complete.

Enough said. On to 1945.


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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 12:40:06 AM   
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Glad to be aboard for the last act, Sir!

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 12:41:51 AM   
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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 2:56:17 AM   
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It's been a fantastic ride so far, I'll happily follow it to the end.

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 7:37:00 AM   
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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 7:43:22 PM   
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Drive on Cuttlefish, drive on! 

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 8:02:20 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Cuttlefish
I will mention one other thing. Whether Hibiki survives or not we will now follow the war to the end. We’ve come this far together and I think I owe it to all of you and to the crew to tell the tale complete.


Perhaps another ship can take up the name, should this happen?

Or some of the crew survive and continue their story from a new home? :)


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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 9:20:47 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Cuttlefish

I will mention one other thing. Whether Hibiki survives or not we will now follow the war to the end.


I hope this isn't tempting fate...

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/16/2009 9:47:26 PM   
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If Okinawa has Allied troops ashore...

That's where Shun's family lives, right?  Or did they relocate?

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/17/2009 1:18:19 AM   
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January 1, 1945

Location: Osaka
Course: None
Attached to: Disbanded in port
Mission: None
System Damage: 0
Float Damage: 0
Fires: 0
Fuel: 475

Orders: None

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Taiki comes up on deck and finds a spot along the rail. He is not alone; all over the ship sailors are standing in the gray predawn light, stamping their feet to keep warm or talking quietly among themselves. It is New Year’s Day, the most significant Japanese holiday of the year, and on this day it is considered good luck to see the sun rise.

They will have no trouble this year; the skies over Osaka are clear, though quite cold. Already the light behind the hills to the east is turning from gray to gold, indicating that sunrise is close.

A figure moves up beside Taiki, his footfalls making no sound. Taiki glances around to see Chief Shun standing there. Shun nods in greeting and stands quietly, seemingly unaffected by the cold.

“Are you hoping to renew your luck?” Taiki asks.

“I do not believe much in luck,” growls Shun. “I believe in fate, perhaps, and I believe in skill and preparation.”

Taiki nods. “I feel the same way,” he says. “Then why do you suppose we are standing out here in the cold, Chief?”

Shun grins. “I also believe in covering all my bets,” he says. The edge of the sun peeks over the hills, bathing the men crowding the decks of the destroyer in pale golden light.

“Happy New Year, Chief,” says Taiki.

“To you as well, Takahashi,” says Shun. They watch as the rising sun climbs higher in the sky.


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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/17/2009 3:41:56 AM   
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Sorry for an uncultured question but the Japanese don't celeabrate the new year right on 00:00 but on the sunrise?

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/17/2009 5:49:26 AM   
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ORIGINAL: BigDuke66

Sorry for an uncultured question but the Japanese don't celeabrate the new year right on 00:00 but on the sunrise?


The Japanese pay special attention to a lot of "firsts" on New Year's Day, believing them to hold special significance for the coming year. The first thing they eat, the first job they do, and so on. Watching the first sunrise of the new year, as mentioned in the entry above, is believed to bring luck. It isn't exactly when they celebrate the New Year, though - that tends to go on throughout the day. It is a much more important holiday in Japan than it is in the West.

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/17/2009 10:39:17 PM   
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“Then why do you suppose we are standing out here in the cold, Chief?”

Shun grins. “I also believe in covering all my bets,” he says.


Great line!

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/17/2009 11:05:12 PM   
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To correct a rather grievous oversight: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CUTTLEFISH!

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/17/2009 11:10:16 PM   
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Happy Birthday, youngster! 

Now get back to work on the story.

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 12:08:07 AM   
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Happy B-day!

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 1:20:18 AM   
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Happy Birthday CF!  And thanks for the outstanding AAR!

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 1:48:12 AM   
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Happy birthday, and many happy returns.

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 2:47:46 AM   
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And a last question, do they celebrate the Western or Chinese New Year?  Or both?

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 6:27:37 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Skipjack_

Happy Birthday CF!  And thanks for the outstanding AAR!


Ditto

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 6:42:01 AM   
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Predicted Ending ~

Hibiki is used as defence against Soviets after the Activation ~ and is sunk by the 1st Torpedo Bomber Regiment of the VVS

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RP_t2_Ni56Y



- in harbor -

and is resurfaced (99 system damage) and used as AA battery against B-29 raids



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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 6:49:07 AM   
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Happy B-Day Sir.



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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 7:23:46 AM   
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Thanks for the birthday greetings, everyone! This was number 50 for me. I approached it with some trepidation but ended up having a pretty good day and decided that I'm not all that old after all.

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RE: Small Ship, Big War - 1/18/2009 7:27:18 AM   
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And a last question, do they celebrate the Western or Chinese New Year?  Or both?

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Since the Meiji Restoration the Japanese have used the Western calendar. I think that by WWII most if not all Japanese celebrated the New Year on January 1.

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