Sakamoto Ikuta

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Vice Admiral Sakamoto Ikuta 坂本伊久太 (17 Jun 1887 - 26 Jan 1974) was Japanese Naval officer.

History

date rank title job
17 Jun 1887 born
21 Nov 1908 Midshipman Crew, Soya
2 Aug 1909 Crew, Kashima
15 Jan 1910 Sublieutenant
15 Dec 1910 Student, Basic course, Naval Gunnery School
20 Apr 1911 Student, Basic course, Naval Torpedo School
4 Aug 1911 Member, Sasebo Seaman Corps
1 Dec 1911 Lieutenant JG
24 Apr 1912 Member, 15th Torpedo boat Unit
1 Dec 1913 Crew, Shikishima
1 Dec 1914 Lieutenant Division commander, Shikishima
24 Mar 1915 Division commander, Akitsushima
13 Dec 1915 Student, B-course, Naval College
1 Jun 1916 Student, Advanced course, Naval Torpedo School
1 Dec 1916 Division commander, Satsuma
1 Dec 1917 Instructor / Division commander, Naval Torpedo School
1 Dec 1919 Student, A-course, Naval College
1 Dec 1920 Lt Commander
1 Dec 1921 Destroyer Commanding officer, Kuri
1 Dec 1922 Staff, 1st Torpedo Squadron
20 Nov 1923 Staff, First Fleet / Combined Fleet
1 Dec 1924 Instructor, Naval Torpedo School / Instructor, Naval Gunnery School
1 Dec 1925 Commander
1 Dec 1926 Staff, 2nd Torpedo Squadron
1 Dec 1927 Staff, Education Bureau, Ministry of Navy
30 Nov 1929 Commanding officer, 5th Destroyer Unit
1 Dec 1930 Captain Commanding officer, Kinu
1 Dec 1931 Chief Instructor, Naval Torpedo School
15 Nov 1933 Commanding officer, Kinugasa
15 Nov 1934 Member, Yokosuka Naval District
15 Nov 1935 Commander, Kure Defense Squadron
1 Aug 1936 Commander, 3rd Torpedo Squadron
1 Dec 1936 Rear Admiral Commander, 2nd Torpedo Squadron
1 Dec 1937 Commander, Kure Guard Squadron
20 Apr 1938 Commander, Sasebo Seaman Corps
15 Nov 1939 Superintendent, Naval Torpedo School
15 Nov 1940 Vice Admiral
1 Sept 1941 Commander, Chinkai Guard District
20 Nov 1941 Commander-in-Chief, Chinkai Guard District
15 Sept 1942 Attendant, Naval General Staff
15 Dec 1942 Wait for appointment
21 Dec 1942 reserved
26 Jan 1974 died (86)


military assignment
reorganization
CinC, Chinkai Guard District
20 Nov 1941 - 15 Sept 1942
Succeeded by
Goto Eiji