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Post subject: The Official WWII IJN Ship & Plane ListPosted: October 5th, 2012, 9:35 pm
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Since we've seen a surge of IJN ships on here recently (thanks to the amazing drawings of BB1987), here's a list of the major IJN ships that served (or would have served) in World War II. The planes listed are only those that saw front-line service.

All drawings can be found on the new main website. Completed, In Progress, Someone plans to do it, and a drawing exists, but a redrawing is planned. Anything else is fair game. The SB-scale IJA Aircraft chart can be found here, and the SB-scale IJN Aircraft chart here.

Auxiliaries
Mass-Produced Merchant Ships
  • Type 1A Standard Merchant
  • Type 1B Standard Merchant
  • Type 1C Standard Merchant
  • Type 1D Standard Merchant
  • Type 1E Standard Merchant
  • Type 1F Standard Merchant
  • Type 1K Standard Merchant
  • Type 2A Standard Merchant
  • Type 2D Standard Merchant
  • Type 2E Standard Merchant
  • Type 3A Standard Merchant
  • Type 3D Standard Merchant
  • Type 3E Standard Merchant

Mass-Produced Tankers
  • Type 1TS Standard Tanker
  • Type 1TM Standard Tanker
  • Type 1TL Standard Tanker
  • Type 2AT Standard Tanker
  • Type 2TEd Standard Tanker
  • Type 2TM Standard Tanker
  • Type 2TL Standard Tanker
  • Type 3TA Standard Tanker
  • Type 3TE Standard Tanker
  • Type 3TL Standard Tanker

IJA Landing Ships
  • Shinshu Maru
  • Akitsu Maru
  • Nigitsu Maru
  • Mayasan Maru-class
  • Kibitsu Maru-class
  • Takatsu Maru-class
  • Kumano Maru

Liners
  • Asama Maru-class
  • Kamakura / Chichibu Maru
  • Izumo Maru-class
  • Kasuga Maru-class
  • Argentina Maru-class

Red Cross Amenities Ships
  • Awa Maru

Hospital Ships
  • Asahi Maru
  • Hikawa Maru
  • Takasago Maru

Landing Ships
  • T-1-class
  • T-101-class
  • T-103-class

Salvage & Repair Tugs
  • Tategami-class
  • Kasashima-class
  • Miura-class

Icebreakers
  • Odomari (1921-1937 & 1937-1947)

Target Ships
  • Settsu
  • Yakaze
  • Hakachi
  • Ohama

Survey Ships
  • Katsuriki
  • Hakusa
  • Tsukushi

Cable Layers
  • Hashima-class
  • Harushima

Supply Ships
  • Mamiya
  • Kinezaki-class (Kinezaki (1940 & 1943) & Hayasaki (1943))
  • Nozaki
  • Irako
  • Kurasaki

Colliers
  • Muroto-class

Ammunition Ships
  • Soya
  • Kashino

Fleet Oilers
  • Notoro-class
  • Kamoi
  • Ondo-class
  • Ose
  • Ashizuri-class
  • Kazahaya
  • Sunosaki-class
  • Hayasui
  • Hario

Repair Ships
  • Asahi
  • Akashi

Armed Merchant Cruisers
  • Kinryu Maru
  • Asaka Maru-class
  • Kinjosan Maru
  • Noshiro Maru
  • Kongo Maru
  • Bangkok Maru-class
  • Ukishima Maru
  • Aikoku Maru-class (Aikoku Maru (October 1943) & Gokoku Maru)
  • Kiyosumi Maru
  • Akagi Maru

Seaplane Tenders
  • Kinugasa Maru-class
  • Kamikawa Maru-class
  • Sanyo Maru
  • Sanuki Maru-class

Light Minelayers
  • Tsubame-class
  • Nasami-class (Natsushima (1933), Nasami (1938), & Sarushima (1942))
  • Sokuten-class (Sokuten (1938))
  • Hatsutaka-class
  • Hirashima-class (Hirashima (1940) & Ishizaki (1943))
  • Aijiro-class
  • Kamishima-class
  • Minoo-class

Large Minelayers
  • Tokiwa
  • Shirataka
  • Itsukushima
  • Yaeyama
  • Okinoshima
  • Tsugaru

Submarine Tenders
  • Komahashi
  • Jingei-class
  • Taigei
  • Tsurugisaki-class

Ex-Armored Cruisers
  • Yakumo (1902 & 1905)
  • Izumo-class

Small Combatants
Gunboats
  • Toba
  • Saga
  • Ataka
  • Hira-class (Seta)
  • Atami-class
  • Kotaka
  • Fushimi-class
  • Hashidate-class
  • Tatara
  • Suma
  • Karatsu
  • Nanyo
  • Maiko
  • Narumi
  • Okitsu
  • Nankai

Patrol Boats
  • PB-1-class (PB-1 (1941))
  • PB-31-class (PB-31 (1943), PB-35 (1943), & PB-36 (1944))
  • PB-46 (1944)
  • PB-101
  • PB-102 (September 1943, September 1944, November 1944, March 1945, & June 1945)
  • PB-103
  • PB-104
  • PB-105
  • PB-106
  • PB-107
  • PB-108 (Version 1 & Version 2)
  • PB-109

Subchasers
  • CH-1-class (CH-1 (1934), CH-2 (1935), & CH-3 (1936))
  • CH-4-class (CH-4 (1944) & CH-8 (1938))
  • CH-13-class
  • CH-28-class

Minesweepers
  • W-1-class (W-1 (1923) & W-4 (1925))
  • W-5-class (W-5 (1938) & W-6 (1929))
  • W-7-class
  • W-13-class (W-13 (1933), W-14 (1933 & 1935), & W-15 (1934))
  • W-17-class
  • W-19-class
  • W-101-class

Kaibokans
  • Shimushu-class (Shimushu (1940 & 1944) & Ishigaki (1941))
  • Etorofu-class (Oki (1943), Etorofu (1943), Fukue (1943), Kanju (1945), Amakusa (1943), Manju (1944), & Kasado (1945))
  • Mikura-class (Awaji (1944), Nomi (1944), Chiburi (1944), & Yashiro (1945))
  • Ukuru-class
  • C-class
  • D-class

Frigates
  • Isoshima
  • Yasoshima

Torpedo Boats
  • Chidori-class (Chidori (1933), Manazuru (1934), Tomozuru (1934 & 1935), & Hatsukari (1945))
  • Otori-class (Otori (1936), Kasasagi (1937), Kiji (1937 & 1945), & Kari (1937))

Large Combatants
Submarines
  • Sen-Yu-Sho
  • Sen-Taka-Sho
  • K5
  • K6
  • L4
  • KS
  • J1
  • J1M
  • J2
  • J3
  • A1
  • A2
  • AM
  • B1
  • B2
  • B3
  • C1
  • C2
  • C3
  • KRS
  • KD2
  • KD3A
  • KD3B
  • KD4
  • KD5 (both prewar & wartime versions)
  • KD6
  • KD7
  • Sen-Taka
  • SH
  • D1
  • D2
  • Sen-Toku

Foreign Submarines
  • Type IXC (RO-500)
  • Type IXC/40 (RO-501)
  • Type IXD2 (I-501 & I-502)
  • Marcello-class (I-503)
  • Marconi-class (I-504)
  • Type XB (I-505)
  • Type IXD1 (I-506)

Destroyer-Escorts
  • Momi-class (Momi (1920), Ashi (1925), & Hasu (1943))
  • Wakatake-class (Wakatake (1922), Kuretake, Fuyo, Asagao, Karukaya, Sanae, Yugao, & Sawarabi)
  • Matsu-class
  • Tachibana-class (Nashi (1945))

Destroyers
  • Minekaze-class (Sawakaze (1944), Minekaze (1920), Yukaze (1944), Nadakaze (1941), Nokaze (1923), & Namikaze (1945))
  • Kamikaze-class (Kamikaze (1930 & 1944), Harukaze (1924 & 1944), & Yunagi (1936))
  • Mutsuki-class (Yuzuki (1930s))
  • Fubuki-class (Uranami (1931 & 1936))
  • Akatsuki-class
  • Hatsuharu-class (Hatsuharu (1933, 1934, 1935, 1943, & 1944), Nenohi (1933 & 1942), Hatsushimo (1943, 1944, & 1945), Wakaba (1937, 1943, & 1944), Yugure (1936 & 1943), & Ariake (1936 & 1943))
  • Shiratsuyu-class (Shiratsuyu (1936 & 1944), Shigure (1944 & 1945), Yudachi (1937 & 1942), Samidare (1937 & 1944), Umikaze (1944), Harusame (1943), Yamakaze (1937), & Suzukaze (1943))
  • Asashio-class (Asashio (1937, 1939, & 1943), Michishio (1944), Arashio (1938), Yamagumo (1944), Asagumo (1944), Minegumo (1943), & Kasumi (1945))
  • Kagero-class (Yukikaze (1941 & 1945))
  • Yugumo-class (Yugumo (1941) & Hayanami (1943))
  • Shimakaze
  • Akizuki-class (Akizuki (1942 & 1944), Suzutsuki (1945), Hatsuzuki (1943), Fuyutsuki (1944 & 1945), Hanazuki (1945), & Haruzuki (1945))

Light Cruisers
  • Tatsuta (1936 & 1944)
  • Tenryu (1919, 1939, & 1942)
  • Kuma (various)
  • Tama (1941 & 1944)
  • Kitakami (as torpedo cruiser & as kaiten carrier)
  • Kiso (various)
  • Oi (as torpedo cruiser & as high-speed transport)
  • Nagara (1922, 1934, 1942, 1943, & 1944)
  • Natori (1932, 1941, & 1944)
  • Kinu (1934, 1936, & 1943)
  • Yura (1927, 1930, 1931, 1934, & 1942)
  • Yubari (1923 & 1944)
  • Isuzu (1934, 1939, 1943, & 1945)
  • Sendai (1924, 1934, 1936, 1941, & 1943)
  • Abukuma (1925, 1933, 1935, 1938, 1941, 1943, & 1944)
  • Jintsu (1925, 1932, 1934, 1939, & 1943)
  • Naka (1925, 1934, 1935, 1938, 1942, & 1944)
  • Katori (1940)
  • Kashima (1945)
  • Kashii (1944)
  • Agano (1942 & 1944)
  • Oyodo (1943 & 1944)
  • Noshiro (1943 & 1944)
  • Yahagi (1943 & 1945)
  • Sakawa (1944 & 1945)

Heavy Cruisers
  • Furutaka (1926, 1935, 1939, 1941, & 1942)
  • Kako (1928 & 1942)
  • Aoba (1927, 1937, 1941, 1943, 1944, & 1945)
  • Kinugasa (1932 & 1942)
  • Nachi (1928, 1941, & 1944)
  • Haguro (1932, 1944, & 1945)
  • Myoko (1930, 1936, 1942, & 1944)
  • Ashigara (1937, 1937 (Spithead Review), & 1944)
  • Atago (1942 & 1944)
  • Takao (1932, 1939, 1942, 1943, 1945 (standard), & 1945 (camouflage))
  • Maya (1933, 1943, & 1944)
  • Chokai (1937, 1941, 1942, & 1944)
  • Mogami (1935, 1938, 1940, & 1944)
  • Mikuma (1938 & 1942)
  • Suzuya (1937 & 1944)
  • Kumano (1944)
  • Tone (1938, 1943, & 1945)
  • Chikuma (1939 & 1944)

Seaplane Carriers
  • Chitose-class
  • Mizuho
  • Nisshin
  • Akitsushima

Escort Carriers
  • Taiyo-class
  • Shinyo (1943 & 1944)
  • Kaiyo
  • Shimane Maru
  • Yamashio Maru

Light Carriers
  • Hosho (1922 & 1933)
  • Ryujo
  • Zuiho-class
  • Ryuho
  • Chitose-class

Fleet Carriers
  • Akagi (1928 & 1942)
  • Kaga (1930 & 1942)
  • Soryu (1942)
  • Hiryu (1942)
  • Shokaku (1941, 1942, & 1944)
  • Zuikaku (1941, 1942, & 1944)
  • Junyo (1942, 1944, & 1945)
  • Hiyo (1942 & 1943)
  • Taiho (March 1944 & June 1944)
  • Unryu-class (Amagi 1944)
  • Shinano

Battleships
  • Kongo (1914, 1941, & 1944)
  • Hiei (1932 & 1942)
  • Kirishima (1915, 1920, 1924, 1930, 1934, 1937, 1938, 1941, & 1942)
  • Haruna (1915, 1924, 1936, 1944, & 1945)
  • Fuso (1915, 1919, 1925, 1933, 1935, 1938, 1941, & 1944)
  • Yamashiro (1917, 1935, 1941, & 1944)
  • Ise (1917, 1939, & 1944)
  • Hyuga (1918, 1929, 1936, & 1942)
  • Nagato (1920, 1922, 1925, 1931, 1936, 1941, June 1944, 1944, & 1945)
  • Mutsu (1921, 1931, 1934, 1937, 1941, & 1943)
  • Yamato (as planned, October 1941, December 1941, June 1942, July 1943, July 1944, October 1944, January 1945, March 1945, & April 1945)
  • Musashi (August 1942, June 1943, April 1944, & October 1944)

Never-Weres
  • Tamano-class Fleet Oiler
  • Tenryu-class CL (proposed CLAA conversions; both 1936 (Tenryu) & 1939 (Tatsuta) versions)
  • Kuma-class CL conversions (Kuma as fast minelayer (1931); Tama as training ship (1932))
  • Mogami-class CL (as originally designed)
  • Agano-class CL (as originally designed; also known as C-39-class CL)
  • CL Noshiro as CLAA (July 1944 proposed conversion)
  • Improved Agano-class CL
  • Oyodo-class CL (as planned, 1939)
  • Myoko-class CA (as originally designed & as originally planned to build)
  • Mogami-class CA (1943 proposed CAAA conversions; partial conversion (Suzuya) & total conversion (Kumano))
  • Tone-class CA (as planned)
  • CA Ibuki
  • Type A CA
  • Amagi-class BC
  • B64-class BC
  • B65-class BC (Version 1 & Version 2)
  • Kamakura / Chichibu Maru CVE conversion
  • CVL Ibuki
  • G6 CV Design
  • G8 CV Design
  • Improved Taiho-class CV
  • Ise-class BB (hybrid with extended flight deck & full carrier conversion
  • Nagato-class BB (as planned)
  • Kii-class BB (8-8 Fleet BB Design A)
  • Hiraga design BB (1928 & 1929 versions)
  • Fujimoto design BB (Versions 1 & 2)
  • Design A-140 Battleship (Versions1, 2, & 3)
  • 8-8 Fleet BB Designs (Battleships B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, L, & M)
  • Tosa-class BB
  • No. 13-class BB (8-8 Fleet BB Design K)
  • Yamato-class BB (Yamato 1944 (planned)
  • BB Shinano (Version 1 (1943), Version 2 (1944), & Version 3))
  • A-150 Super Yamato-class BB (8 x 18.1-inch guns (Versions 1 & 2) & 6 x 20-inch guns)

Planes In SB Scale (World War II aircraft only)

ARMY
Fighters
  • Nakajima Ki-27 "Nate"
  • Nakajima Ki-43 "Oscar"
  • Nakajima Ki-44 "Tojo"
  • Kawasaki Ki-45 Kai "Nick"
  • Kawasaki Ki-61 "Tony"
  • Nakajima Ki-84 "Frank"
  • Kawasaki Ki-100 "Tony"
  • Kawasaki Ki-102 "Randy"

Bombers
  • Mitsubishi Ki-21 "Sally"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-30 "Ann"
  • Kawasaki Ki-32 "Mary"
  • Kawasaki Ki-48 "Lily"
  • Nakajima Ki-49 "Helen"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-51 "Sonia"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-67 "Peggy"

Reconnaissance
  • Kawasaki Ki-10 "Perry"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-15 "Babs"
  • Tachikawa Ki-36 "Ida"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-46 "Dinah"

Transports
  • Nakajima Ki-34 "Thora"
  • Kawasaki Ki-56 "Thalia"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-57 "Topsy"
  • Kokusai Ki-59 "Theresa"

Trainers
  • Tachikawa Ki-9 "Spruce"
  • Tachikawa Ki-17 "Cedar"
  • Tachikawa Ki-54 "Hickory"
  • Tachikawa Ki-55 "Ida"
  • Manshu Ki-79 "Nate"

Miscellaneous
  • Kokusai Ki-76 "Stella"
  • Kawasaki Ki-78
  • Nakajima Ki-87
  • Tachikawa Ki-94
  • Kawasaki Ki-91
  • Kawasaki Ki-96
  • Kawasaki Ki-108 / Ki-108 Kai
  • Kokusai Ki-105 Otsugi "Buzzard"
  • Nakajima Ki-115 Tsurugi
  • Kawasaki Ki-167 Sakura-dan
  • Nakajima Ki-201 Karyu
  • Kayaba Ka-1
  • Kayaba Ka-2

NAVY
Fighters
  • Mitsubishi A5M "Claude"
  • Mitsubishi A6M "Zeke"
  • Mitsubishi A7M "Sam"
  • Kawanishi N1K-J / N1K2-J "George"
  • Mitsubishi J2M "Jack"
  • Nakajima J1N1 "Irving"

Bombers
  • Yokosuka P1Y "Frances"
  • Mitsubishi G3M "Nell"
  • Mitsubishi G4M "Betty"
  • Nakajima G5N "Liz"
  • Nakajima G8N "Rita"
  • Kyushu Q1W "Lorna"

Torpedo & Dive Bombers
  • Aichi D1A "Susie"
  • Aichi D3A "Val"
  • Yokosuka D4Y "Judy"
  • Yokosuka B4Y "Jean"
  • Nakajima B5N "Kate"
  • Nakajima B6N "Jill"
  • Aichi B7A "Grace"

Reconnaissance
  • Nakajima C6N "Myrt" (both C6N1 and C6N1-B versions)
  • Yokosuka R2Y Keiun

Seaplanes
  • Kawanishi E7K "Alf"
  • Nakajima E8N "Dave"
  • Watanabe E9W "Slim"
  • Aichi E11A "Laura"
  • Aichi E13A "Jake"
  • Yokosuka E14Y "Glen"
  • Kawanishi E15K "Norm"
  • Aichi E16A "Paul"
  • Mitsubishi F1M "Pete"
  • Kawanishi N1K1 "Rex"
  • Nakajima A6M2-N "Rufe"
  • Aichi M6A1 Seiran

Flying Boats
  • Kawanishi H6K "Mavis"
  • Kawanishi H8K "Emily"
  • Kawanishi H11K

Transports
  • Nakajima Ki-34 "Thora"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-57 "Topsy"
  • Nakajima L2D3 "Tabby"
  • Yokosuka L3Y2 "Nell"
  • Nakajima G5N2-L "Liz"

Trainers
  • Yokosuka K4Y
  • Yokosuka K5Y "Willow"

Miscellaneous
  • Kyushu J7W1 Shinden
  • Kyushu J7W2 Shinden
  • Nakajima J9Y Kitsuka
  • Yokosuka MX7Y Ohka

Planes in FD Scale (World War II aircraft only)

Production Models
  • Kawasaki Ki-10 "Perry"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-30 "Ann"
  • Nakajima Ki-43 "Oscar"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-46 "Dinah"
  • Kawasaki Ki-48 "Lily"
  • Kawasaki Ki-61 "Tony"
  • Nakajima Ki-84 "Frank"
  • Kawasaki Ki-100 "Tony"
  • Kawasaki Ki-102 "Randy"
  • Nakajima Ki-115 "Tsurugi"
  • Kayaba Ka-1
  • Kayaba Ka-2
  • Mitsubishi A5M "Claude"
  • Mitsubishi J2M "Jack"
  • Aichi D3A "Val"
  • Yokosuka D3Y-K Myojo
  • Nakajima C6N "Myrt"
  • Nakajima A6M2-N "Rufe"
  • Aichi E13A1 "Jake"
  • Yokosuka E14Y "Glen"
  • Kawanishi E15K "Norm"
  • Aichi E16A "Paul"
  • Kawanishi N1K1 "Rex"
  • Aichi M6A1 Seiran
  • Kawanishi H8K "Emily"
  • Yokosuka MX7 "Ohka"
  • Nakajima L2D1 / L2D3 "Tabby"

Experimental / Never-Built
  • Kawasaki Ki-64 "Rob"
  • Mitsubishi Ki-83
  • Nakajima Ki-87
  • Kawasaki Ki-88
  • Rikugun Ki-93
  • Tachikawa Ki-94-I
  • Tachikawa Ki-94-II
  • Kawasaki Baika
  • Mitsubishi 1MF10
  • Mitsubishi Ki-200 / J8M Shusui
  • Nakajima G5N "Liz"
  • Nakajima J9Y Kitsuka
  • Kawanishi H11K1 "Soku"
  • Kawanishi KX-03
  • Yokosuka R2Y1 Keiun
  • Kyushu J7W1 Shiden
  • Aichi S1A1 Denko

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Post subject: Re: The Official IJN Ship ListPosted: October 5th, 2012, 9:56 pm
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Very nice list emperor!
seems we are running out of large combatants here :mrgreen:
just a question, who has done Kamikaze/Mutsuki? because i can't find them anywhere (that's why i added them in my worklist).

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Post subject: Re: The Official IJN Ship ListPosted: October 5th, 2012, 10:16 pm
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there are some info on Hiraga in here:

http://www.navyfield.com/Community/Foru ... 8&v_page=3

(note there is a very different suggestion, never build plan for successor to the Dunkerque class, Project 5bis.


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Post subject: Re: The Official IJN Ship ListPosted: October 5th, 2012, 10:26 pm
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Nice list! Could you perhaps make the names of completed ships into links to actual drawings?
Oh and by the way you can mark Jingei and Tsugaru as "In progress" 8-)

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Very nice, and quite helpful. Though you may want to mark that there are 2 Fushimi Class gunboats, and that the 1906 one is done.

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Post subject: Re: The Official IJN Ship ListPosted: October 5th, 2012, 10:50 pm
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BB1987: ALVAMA drew Kamikaze as completed, while Weisman drew DD Yuzuki (Mutsuki-class) as depicted during the 1930s. But as we all know, different ships of the various classes were different many times over in their respective careers.

Raxar: The ships in this list are only those that served in WWII.

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Post subject: Re: The Official IJN Ship ListPosted: October 5th, 2012, 11:41 pm
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Aikoku Maru as a liner was done by me. I also plan on doing merchant vessels Argentina/Brazil Maru, Rio de Janeiro Maru, Hikawa Maru, and more, all as merchant ships only.
I also have the J2 (Junsen 2) submarine I-6 in work (about 40% completed).

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Ad planes lad ... ad planes! :D

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Post subject: Re: The Official IJN Ship ListPosted: October 6th, 2012, 12:05 pm
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Here's a compromise...someone make a list of the IJA / IJN aircraft, then go through the board and find out which ones have been done (I have no idea), and then PM me the list and I'll add it.

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As for planes, I have some ref's of Aichi aircraft from the 10's-30's. I'll start on them this week.

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