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?|History= Hakuryu (白竜) was a never built Japanese carrier design based on improvements to the Taiho-class. Given the designation Project Number G-15, planning and development started in 1944 following the IJN defeat at the Battle of the Philippine Sea and the loss of Taiho. Hoping to improve on the flaws that led to Taiho's sinking, IJN naval engineers drew plans that included more reinforced armor, better damage control, larger hanger space, and larger deck area. The Japanese Naval Command hoped to construct the carrier in 10 months, however due to the lack of resources and trained pilots that Japan had suffered due to attrition, the plans were scrapped in favor of the more economical Unryu-class carriers.+|History= Hakuryu (白龍) was a never built Japanese carrier design based on improvements to the Taiho-class. Given the designation Project Number G-15, planning and development started in 1944 following the IJN defeat at the Battle of the Philippine Sea and the loss of Taiho. Hoping to improve on the flaws that led to Taiho's sinking, IJN naval engineers drew plans that included more reinforced armor, better damage control, larger hanger space, and larger deck area. The Japanese Naval Command hoped to construct the carrier in 10 months, however due to the lack of resources and trained pilots that Japan had suffered due to attrition, the plans were scrapped in favor of the more economical Unryu-class carriers.
  
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Overview
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Hit Points
Mobility
kt Max Speed
s Rudder Shift Time
m Turn Radius
Armor
- mm Hull Armor
- mm Citadel Armor
- mm Deck Armor
- mm Extremities Armor
Primary Armament
Guns
Secondary Armament
Guns
Torpedoes
Torpedoes
Aircrafts
Recon Squadrons
Visibility
km Aerial Detection Range
km Surface Detection Range


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Compatible Equipment



Historical Info

Hakuryu (白龍) was a never built Japanese carrier design based on improvements to the Taiho-class. Given the designation Project Number G-15, planning and development started in 1944 following the IJN defeat at the Battle of the Philippine Sea and the loss of Taiho. Hoping to improve on the flaws that led to Taiho's sinking, IJN naval engineers drew plans that included more reinforced armor, better damage control, larger hanger space, and larger deck area. The Japanese Naval Command hoped to construct the carrier in 10 months, however due to the lack of resources and trained pilots that Japan had suffered due to attrition, the plans were scrapped in favor of the more economical Unryu-class carriers.



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