Inagaki Ayao

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Vice Admiral Inagaki Ayao 稲垣生起 (20 Feb 1890 - 15 Sept 1942) was a Japanese naval officer.

History

date rank title job
20 Feb 1890 born
18 Jul 1910 Midshipman Crew, Kasagi
23 Mar 1911 Crew, Izumi
1 Dec 1911 Sublieutenant
20 Dec 1911 Crew, Izumo
5 Jul 1912 Crew, Mikasa
1 Dec 1913 Lieutenant JG Student, Basic course, Naval Torpedo School
27 May 1914 Student, Basic course, Naval Gunnery School
1 Dec 1914 Crew, Soya
13 Dec 1915 Crew, Aki
1 Dec 1916 Lieutenant Student, B-course, Naval College
1 May 1917 Student, Advanced course, Naval Gunnery School
1 Dec 1917 Crew, Kisaragi
1 May 1918 Attendant, Second Task Fleet
5 Jul 1918 Crew, Yanagi
15 Sept 1919 Division commander, Aki
1 Dec 1919 Deputy Gunner / Division commander, Shikishima
1 Dec 1920 Chief Gunner, Tatsuta
1 Dec 1921 Student, A-course, Naval College
1 Dec 1922 Lt Commander
15 Oct 1923 Attendant, Naval General Staff
10 Nov 1923 Staff, Naval General Staff
1 Nov 1926 Chief Gunner, Kongo
1 Dec 1927 Commander Staff, First Fleet / Combined Fleet
10 Dec 1928 Staff, 5th Squadron
5 Nov 1929 Attendant, Yokosuka Naval District (official trip to Europe, USA)
1 Dec 1930 Instructor, Naval College
1 Dec 1931 Captain Instructor, Naval College / Instructor, Military College
15 Nov 1932 Staff, Combined Fleet / First Fleet
15 Nov 1933 Chief, 2nd Section, 1st Bureau, Naval General Staff
3 Jul 1934 Chief, 1st Section, 1st Bureau, Naval General Staff / Chief, 2nd Section, 1st Bureau, Naval General Staff
15 Nov 1934 Chief, 1st Section, 1st Bureau, Naval General Staff
30 Oct 1935 Attendant, Naval General Staff / Attendant, Ministry of Navy
5 Nov 1935 Attendant to Representative of Japanese government for London disarmament conference
28 Feb 1936 return
1 Apr 1936 Commanding officer, Hiei
1 Dec 1936 Commanding officer, Kaga
1 Dec 1937 Rear Admiral Chief, Administration Bureau, Naval Aviation Command
1 Dec 1939 Attendant, Naval General Staff
1 Apr 1941 Wait for appointment
30 Dec 1941 Attendant, Naval General Staff
1 Jun 1942 Commandant, Naval College / Member, Naval Senior Committee of Technology
15 Sept 1942 Vice Admiral died (52)


military assignment
Preceded by
Ito Seiichi
Commandant, Naval College
1 Jun 1942 - 15 Sept 1942
Succeeded by
Oikawa Koshiro