Japanese escort ship Aguni

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Name: Aguni
Builder: Nihon Kokan, Tsurumi
Launched: 21 September 1944
Struck: 30 November 1945[1]
Fate: Scrapped at Iino Kaiun K. K on 20 May 1948[1]
General characteristics
Displacement: 940 tons
Length: 78,8 meters
Beam: 9 meters
Draught: 3 meters
Propulsion: diesels, 4200 bhp
Speed: 19,5 knots
Complement: 150

Aguni was an Ukuru-class escort ship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the Second World War.[2] She was named after the Aguni Islands. The ship was heavily damaged by a U.S. Bat radar-guided glide bomb on 27 May 1945.[1]