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Four months after VJ-Day U.S. Fleet Admiral Ernest King (1878 1956) gave a post-game summary of the Navy's performance in his third and final report for the Department of War:

Biggest factor in this victory was the perfection of amphibious landings
Hardest Pacific battle: Okinawa invasion
American subs sank at least 275 warships of all types
Of the 323 Japanese warships lost, the U.S. Navy claimed 257 (figure disputed by Army Air Corps)

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Assessing the U.S. Navy in W.W. II (Pathfinder Magazine, 1945)

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