Ship 5142 St. Mihel, should be probably spelled St. Mihiel, after WWI battlefield.
And Awajisan Maru have probably wrong class, as it was much larger, and is listed as being the same class as its sister ships:
Along with its sister ships Ayatosan Maru and Sakura Maru, it was carrying around 5,000 troops during the landings at Kota Bharu.
And they are defined as Yusen Cargo.
Awazisan Maru - a Yusen A class - is in the game (ship 1226 - well, at least in DBB), but starts at Saigon on Dec. 7th.
Awajisan Maru (ship 1722) - a Gozan class - is in TF 8085 (18th Div I).
Probably should be swapped.
That is probably this!
Now, can you also find how xAK Moji Maru could be spelled differently?
I did some reading on hospital ships and found that some US hospital ships of WWII have been converted from APs and AKs which are present in AE.
These ships have no withdrawal date in AE and thus stay available in the game as APs / AKs when they should be withdrawn.
So far I have identified USAHS Louis A. Milne (ex-Lewis Luckenbach), USAHS Ernestine Koranda (ex-Dorothy Luckenbach), USAHS Marigold (ex-President Fillmore), USAHS Emily H. M. Weder (ex-President Buchanan), USAHS Howard A. McCurdy (ex-President Tyler), AH-10 USS Samaritan (ex-Chaumont), USS Bountiful (ex-Henderson).
Perhaps someone has a complete list with withdrawal dates or wants to do more research on it?
There was at least one example, where Japanese transport was converted into hospital ship, and later into CVE. How do you propose to simulate that?
Also, some of hospital ships were sunk, so that takes lots of VP from equation. You could reduce their cargo holds, although I do not see then reason to operate them at all.