(TOKYO) Battle of Iwo Jima Report: Ships that sank during one of WW2 most epic battles and one of the bloodiest in U.S. Marines history, have risen from the bottom of the ocean after tremors at one of Japan’s most dangerous volcanoes, Mount Suribachi #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.21: They were moved to the western part of Iwo Jima to form a port, as the island had no port facilities at the time: The seabed has started to rise due to the seismic activity from Mount Suribachi, in particular the western part of the island.

#AceDailyNews says according to the MailOnline report Japanese ghost ships that were sunk by the US during WWII at Battle of Iwo Jima have risen from ocean floor after seismic activity from one of island’s most active volcanoes

Satellite photos from Japan’s All Nippon News show the leftover hulks of 24 Japanese transport vessels which were captured by the U.S. Navy in the latter part of the war.

As a result of the activity, the sunken ships are sitting on volcanic ash.

The ships were used as a breakwater to protect other ships that were unloading soldiers and materials.  

The island was known as Brown Beach on invasion maps, which was reportedly done so to create an artificial naval base to support a U.S. military base before the assault on mainland Japan. 

The seabed has started to rise due to the seismic activity, in particular the western part of the island. As a result of the activity, the sunken ships are sitting on volcanic ash

#AceNewsDesk report …………………Published: Oct.21: 2021:

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