The Japanese battleship Musashi under intense attack by the U.S. Navy's Task Force 38 aircraft in the Sibuyan Sea on October 24, 1944. A destroyer is also receiving attacks beyond the battleship.
A Japanese battleship and other warships maneuver while under attack by U.S. carrier planes in the Sibuyan Sea. Two Japanese battleships, the Musashi and its sister ship, the Yamato, were involved in the battle.
Musashi leaves Brunei, Borneo, in 1944.
The Japanese Center Force leaves Brunei Bay on October 22, 1944, en route to the Philippines.
Japanese battleships and a cruiser are seen just before the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
Emperor Hirohito of Japan (front row, center) is photographed with officers of the Imperial Navy on board the battleship Musashi off Yokosuka Naval Base on June 24, 1943.