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Midway : Yorktown: From WikiPedia
Hiryū's second attack wave, consisting of ten B5Ns and six escorting A6Ms, arrived over the Yorktown; the repair efforts had been so effective that the Japanese pilots assumed that Yorktown must be a different, undamaged carrier. They attacked, crippling Yorktown with two torpedoes; she lost all power and developed a 23-degree list to port. Five torpedo bombers and two fighters were shot down in this attack.
But she survived !
Late afternoon 6 June the Japanese submarine I-168, which had managed to slip through the cordon of destroyers (possibly because of the large amount of debris in the water), fired a salvo of torpedoes, two of which struck Yorktown.
With further salvage efforts deemed hopeless, the remaining repair crews were evacuated from Yorktown, which sank just after 05:00 on 7 June.
Which eventually sunk her but it does not exactly equate. Had the Hammond not sunk (providing auxiliary power), or another ship was able to provide auxiliary power immediately after, and or if Yorktown had maintained power and a full damage support crew.... ???
But that is what if.
Survive two but not four.
And these were "world class Japanese Torps" at the time.
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