Japanese destroyer Hayanami
Tawitawi, 35 miles (65 km) east of Borneo(.
On 10 August 1944, "Hayanami" was removed from Navy List.
* Chief Equipping Officer - Cmdr. Itsurou Shimizu - 25 June 1943 - 31 July 1943
* Cmdr. Itsurou Shimizu - 31 July 1943 - 7 June 1944 (KIA)
List of World War II ships
List of ships of the Japanese Navy
* [http://www.combinedfleet.com/yugumo_c.htm CombinedFleet.com: "Yugumo"-class destroyers]
* [http://www.combinedfleet.com/hayana_t.htm CombinedFleet.com: "Hayanami" history]
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