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This is what I propose as the composition of the Republic of Japan Navy at the start of the AAO sidestory: The Nerve of War. I based it on the composition of the JMSDF as of the end of 1963 with some modification of course.

Republic of Japan Navy (circa November 24, 1963)

Active

  • Tribal-class Destroyer (2) 1952
    • RJS Asakaze (DD-101) - former HMS Nubian (F36)
    • RJS Hatakaze (DD-102) - former HMS Mashona (F59)
  • Battle-class Destroyer (2) - 1953
    • RJS Ariake (DD-103) - former HMS Dunkirk
    • RJS Yugure (DD-104) - former HMS Ypres
  • Harukaze-class Destroyer (2) - 1956
    • RJS Harukaze (DD-105)
    • RJS Yukikaze (DD-106)
  • Ayanami-class Destroyer (7) - 1958
    • RJS Ayanami (DD-107)
    • RJS Isonami (DD-108)
    • RJS Uranami (DD-109)
    • RJS Shikinami (DD-110)
    • RJS Takanami (DD-114)
    • RJS Oonami (DD-115)
    • RJS Makinami (DD-116)
  • Murasame-class Destroyer (3) - 1958
    • RJS Murasame (DD-111)
    • RJS Yudachi (DD-112)
    • RJS Harusame (DD-113)
  • Akizuki-class Destroyer (2) - 1960
    • RJS Akizuki (DD-161)
    • RJS Teruzuki (DD-162)
  • Amatsukaze-class Guided Missile Destroyer (1) - 1963
    • RJS Amatsukaze (DD-163)
  • Yamagumo-class Destroyer (6) - 1966
    • RJS Yamagumo (DD-117)
    • RJS Makigumo (DD-118)
    • RJS Asagumo (DD-119)
    • RJS Aokumo (DD-123)
    • RJS Akigumo (DD-124)
    • RJS Yuugumo (DD-125)
  • Takatsuki-class Destroyer (4) - 1967
    • RJS Takatsuki (DD-164)
    • RJS Kikuzuki (DD-163)
    • RJS Mochizuki (DD-164)
    • RJS Nagatsuki (DD-165)
  • Minegumo-class Destroyer (3) - 1968
    • RJS Minegumo (DD-120)
    • RJS Natsugumo (DD-121)
    • RJS Murakumo (DD-122)
  • Haruna-class Helicopter Destroyer (2) - 1973
    • RJS Haruna (DDH-141)
    • RJS Hiei (DDH-142)
  • Tachikaze-class Guided Missile Destroyer (3) - 1976
    • RJS Tachikaze (DDG-168)
    • RJS Asakaze (DDG-169)
    • RJS Sawakaze (DDG-170)
  • Shirane-class Helicopter Destroyer (2) - 1980
    • RJS Shirane (DDH-143)
    • RJS Kurama (DDH-144)
  • Hatsuyuki-class Destroyer (12) - 1982
    • RJS Hatsuyuki (DD-126)
    • RJS Shirayuki (DD-127)
    • RJS Mineyuki (DD-128)
    • RJS Sawayuki (DD-129)
    • RJS Hamayuki (DD-130)
    • RJS Isoyuki (DD-131)
    • RJS Haruyuki (DD-132)
    • RJS Yamayuki (DD-133)
    • RJS Matsuyuki (DD-134)
    • RJS Setoyuki (DD-135)
    • RJS Asayuki (DD-136)
    • RJS Shimayuki (DD-137)
  • Hatakaze-class Guided Missile Destroyer (2) - 1986
    • RJS Hatakaze (DDG-171)
    • RJS Shimakaze (DDG-172)
  • Asagiri-class Destroyer (8) - 1988
    • RJS Asagiri (DD-151)
    • RJS Yamagiri (DD-152)
    • RJS Yuugiri (DD-153)
    • RJS Amagiri (DD-154)
    • RJS Hamagiri (DD-155)
    • RJS Setogiri (DD-156)
    • RJS Sawagiri (DD-157)
    • RJS Umigiri (DD-158)
  • Kongo-class Guided Missile Destroyer (4) - 1993
    • RJS Kongo (DDG-173)
    • RJS Kirishima (DDG-174)
    • RJS Myoko (DDG-175)
    • RJS Choukai (DDG-176)
  • Murasame-class Destroyer (9) - 1996
    • RJS Murasame (DD-101)
    • RJS Harusame (DD-102)
    • RJS Yudachi (DD-103)
    • RJS Kirisame (DD-104)
    • RJS Inazuma (DD-105)
    • RJS Samidare (DD-106)
    • RJS Ikazuchi (DD-107)
    • RJS Akebono (DD-108)
    • RJS Ariake (DD-109)
  • Takanami-class Destroyer (5) - 2003
    • RJS Takanami (DD-110)
    • RJS Oonami (DD-111)
    • RJS Makinami (DD-112)
    • RJS Sazanami (DD-113)
    • RJS Suzunami (DD-114)
  • Atago-class Guided Missile Destroyer (4) - 2007
    • RJS Atago (DDG-177)
    • RJS Ashigara (DDG-178)
    • RJS Mirai (DDG-179)
    • RJS Takao (DDG-180)
  • Akizuki-class Destroyer (4) - 2012
    • RJS Akizuki (DD-115)
    • RJS Teruzuki (DD-116)
    • RJS Suzutsuki (DD-117)
    • RJS Fuyuzuki (DD-118)
  • Tachibana-class Destroyer (1) - 1952
    • RJS Wakaba (DE-200)
  • Tochi-class (Modified Matsu/Tachibana class) Destroyer Escort (5) - 1955
    • RJS Tochi (DE-201)
    • RJS Hishi (DE-202)
    • RJS Susuki (DE-203)
    • RJS Nogiku (DE-204)
    • RJS Sakaki (DE-205)
  • Loch-class Frigate (2) - 1955
    • RJS Asahi (DE-206) - former HMS Loch Ericht
    • RJS Hatsuhi (DE-207) - former HMS Loch Ossian
  • Akebono-class Destroyer Escort (1) - 1955
    • RJS Akebono (DE-208)
  • Ikazuchi-class Destroyer Escort (2) - 1956
    • RJS Ikazuchi (DE-209)
    • RJS Inazuma (DE-210)
  • Isuzu-class Destroyer Escort (4) - 1961
    • RJS Isuzu (DE-211)
    • RJS Mogami (DE-212)
    • RJS Kitakami (DE-213)
    • RJS Ooi (DE-214)
  • Chikugo-class Destroyer Escort (11) - 1971
    • RJS Chikugo (DE-215)
    • RJS Ayase (DE-216)
    • RJS Mikuma (DE-217)
    • RJS Tokachi (DE-218)
    • RJS Iwase (DE-219)
    • RJS Chitose (DE-220)
    • RJS Niyodo (DE-221)
    • RJS Teshio (DE-222)
    • RJS Yoshino (DE-223)
    • RJS Kumano (DE-224)
    • RJS Noshiro (DE-225)
  • Ishikari-class Destroyer Escort (1) - 1981
    • RJS Ishikari (DE-226)
  • Yubari-class Destroyer Escort (2) - 1983
    • RJS Yubari (DE-227)
    • RJS Yubetsu (DE-228)
  • Abukuma-class Destroyer Escort (11) - 1989
    • RJS Abukuma (DE-229)
    • RJS Jintsu (DE-230)
    • RJS Ooyodo (DE-231)
    • RJS Sendai (DE-232)
    • RJS Chikuma (DE-233)
    • RJS Tone (DE-234)
    • RJS Kako (DE-235)
    • RJS Otonase (DE-236)
    • RJS Minase (DE-237)
    • RJS Yahagi (DE-238)
    • RJS Sakawa (DE-239)
  • Kuroshio-class Submarine (1) - 1955
    • RJS Kuroshio (SS-510) - former HMS Tabard (P342)
  • Oyashio-class Submarine (4) - 1960
    • RJS Oyashio (SS-511)
    • RJS Sachishio (SS-512)
    • RJS Makishio (SS-513)
    • RJS Takashio (SS-514)
  • Hayashio-class Submarine (2) - 1962
    • RJS Hayashio (SS-515)
    • RJS Wakashio (SS-516)
  • Natsushio-class Submarine (2) - 1963
    • RJS Natsushio (SS-517)
    • RJS Fuyushio (SS-518)
  • Ooshio-class Submarine (1) - 1965
    • RJS Ooshio (SS-519)
  • Asashio-class Submarine (4) - 1966
    • RJS Asashio (SS-520)
    • RJS Harushio (SS-521)
    • RJS Michishio (SS-522)
    • RJS Arashio (SS-523)
  • Chihaya-class Submarine Rescue Ship (1) - 1960
    • RJS Chihaya (ASR-401)
  • Hamana-class Replenishment Vessel (1) - 1962
    • RJS Hamana (AO-402)
  • Algerine-class Minesweeper (12) - 1955
    • RJS Ujishima (MSC-655) - former HMCS Sault Ste. Marie
    • RJS Etajima (MSC-656) - former HMCS Winnipeg
    • RJS Nuwajima (MSC-657) - former HMCS Portage
    • RJS Yakushima (MSC-658) - former HMCS Kapuskasing
    • RJS Ogishima (MSC-659) - former HMCS Oshawa
    • RJS Yugeshima (MSC-660) - former HMCS Rockcliffe
    • RJS Yurishima (MSC-661) - former HMCS Wallaceburg
    • RJS Ninoshima (MSC-662) - former HMCS New Liskeard
    • RJS Moroshima (MSC-663) - former HMCS Fort Francis
    • RJS Chichijima (MSC-664) - former HMCS Border Cities
    • RJS Enoshima (MSC-665) - former HMCS Middlesex
    • RJS Hatsushima (MSC-666) - former HMCS St. Boniface
  • Kari-class Submarine Chaser (4) - 1957
    • RJS Kari (PC-301)
    • RJS Kiji (PC-302)
    • RJS Taka (PC-303)
    • RJS Washi (PC-304)
  • Kamone-class Submarine Chaser (3) - 1957
    • RJS Kamone (PC-305)
    • RJS Tsubame (PC-306)
    • RJS Misago (PC-307)
  • Hayabusa-class Submarine Chaser (1) - 1957
    • RJS Hayabusa (PC-308)
  • Umitaka-class Submarine Chaser (4) - 1959
    • RJS Umitaka (PC-309)
    • RJS Otaka (PC-310)
    • RJS Wakataka (PC-317)
    • RJS Kumataka (PC-318)
  • Mizutori-class Submarine Chaser (8) - 1960
    • RJS Mizutori (PC-311)
    • RJS Yamadori (PC-312)
    • RJS Otori (PC-313)
    • RJS Kasasagi (PC-314)
    • RJS Hatsukari (PC-315)
    • RJS Umidori (PC-316)
    • RJS Shiratori (PC-319)
    • RJS Hiyodori (PC-320)

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