Uranami


Uranami

Dos destructores de la Armada Imperial Japonesa, y uno de la Fuerza Marítima de Autodefensa de Japón han recibido el nombre Uranami (浦波 ola en la playa?):

  • El Clase Asakaze, activo desde 1908, reclasificado como dragaminas en 1928 y renombrado W-8 en 1930.
  • El Clase Fubuki, activo desde 1929 y hundido en 1944.
  • El Clase Ayanami, activo desde 1958 hasta 1986.



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