No.636 2005/1
ALL ABOUT JMSDF'S DESTROYERS
COVER
INAZUMA DD-105 & ASAKAZE DDG-169 IN FORMATION

COLOR PICTORIALS DESTROYERS OF JMSDF IN COLOR
NEW FRENCH AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP MISTRAL LAUNCHED
TEAM SAMURAI '04 : FIRST PSI EXERCISE HELD IN ASIA
JAPANESE & RUSSIAN COAST GUARDS IN JOINT EXERCISE OFF VLADIVOSTOK
NEW PATROL VESSEL ASO LAUNCED ON 28 OCT.
SAIL TRAINING SHIP KAIWO MARU SEVERELY DAMAGED BY TYPHOON NO.23
TWO VERY RARE RUSSIAN WARSHIPS APPEAR IN BREST
NEW CHILEAN SUBMARINE O'HIGGINS STARTS SEA TRIALS
LATEST VIEWS OF DUTCH LPD ROTTERDAM
INDIAN WARSHIPS CALLS AT TOKYO
DECOMISSIONED U.S. WARSHIPS IN BREMERTON
SEA DAYS 2004 EXERCISE OF BRITISH STAFF COLLEGE
USS MIDWAY CV-41 MUSEUM OPENS AT SAN DIEGO
ALL SHIP TYPES OF HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
NEWS FLASH
JAPNAESE BRAND-NEW NERCHANT SHIPS

SPCIAL FEATURES
ALL DESTROYERS OF THE JMSDF TODAY
DDH
DDG
DD
DE
CG : 7,700t DDG OF JMSDF
DRAWING : HARUKAZE DD-101 / THE FIRST DD OF JMSDF


B/W PICTORIALS DETAILS OF INDIAN RAJPUT CLASS DESTROYERS
CANADIAN SUBMARINE CHICOUTIMI CAUSES A FIRE IN THE ATLANTIC
HIGHLIGHTS OF SAN FRANCISCO FLEET WEEK 2004
SHIPS IN SAN DIEGO FLEET WEEK 2004
JAPANESE WARSHIPS IN RETROSPECT : BATTLE CRUISER HARUNA IN 1919
GERMAN SUBMARINE HECHT 1957-69
JAPANESE PASSENGER SHIPS IN RETROSPECT : SHOJU MARU 1920-43
JAPANESE CARGO SHIPS IN RETROSPECT : BRAZIL MARU 1919-45 / SEISHO MARU 1919-44


ARTICLES ALL ABOUT JMSDF'S DESTROYERS
MISSIONS OF JMSDF'S DESTROYERS FOR THE 21 CENTURY...by Hideaki Kaneda
THINKING ABOUT NEXT GENERATION DESTROYERS OF JMSDF...by Isaku Okabe
WEAPON SYSTEMS OF JMSDF'S DESTROYERS...by Keiichi Nogi
365 DAYS OF A JMSDF'S DESTROYER...by Choku Watanabe
GENERAL ARRANGEMENT OF TAKANAMI CLASS DESTROYER
GENEALOGIES OF HOME-PRODUCED DESTROYERS
ON THE REPORT OF THE COUNCIL ON SECURITY AND DEFENSE CAPABILITIES...by Keiichi Hino
JMSDF SHIPS CELEBRATING CULTURE DAY AT KURE BASE
HISTORY OF SOVIET / RUSSIAN AIRCRAFT CARRIERS 2...by Andrey V. Polutov
BOOK GUIDE
A VISIT TO QINGDAO NAVY MUSEUM...by Junichi Takeda
WORLD'S CRUISE OPERATORS / HOLLAND AMERICA LINE...by Michio Yamada
RUSSIAN PASSENGER SHIP ANTONINA NEZHDANOVA LOST BY TYPHOON NO. 23
WHOLE CONTENTS OF THE SHIPSOFTHEWORLD 2004
JMSDF NEWS
JMSA NEWS
WORLD'S NAVAL VESSELS NEWS
MERCHANT SHIPS NEWS
LETTERS FROM READERS
COLUMN

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