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Yoshio Shiga 1914-25 November 2005 1938, 13 air Group, Nanjing Base Place of birth Tokyo Place of death Tokyo Allegiance Japan Rank Lieutenant Commander Battles/wars Second Sino-Japanese War Pacific War Other work President of Nobel Kōgyō Yoshio Shiga (志賀 淑雄, Shiga Yoshio?) was an officer, ace fighter pilot, and leader in the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during the Second Sino-Japanese War and the Pacific theater of World War II. At the December 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor, Shiga led one of the aircraft carrier Kaga's fighter divisions during the first strike on American forces on Oahu. Shiga continued as a fighter division commander on Kaga until April 1942. In May 1942, then Lieutenant Shiga took command of aircraft carrier Jun'yō's fighter group, a post he held until December 1942. During this time, Shiga led the carrier's fighters in the battles of Dutch Harbor and the Santa Cruz Islands. He subsequently commanded the aircraft carrier Hiyō's fighter group from December 1942 through January 1943 while the carrier was in port in Japan. After promotion to Lieutenant Commander, Shiga was assigned as air officer to the 343 Air Group, based at Matsuyama Air Base, in December 1944. After the war, Shiga became president of police equipment manufacturer Nobel Kōgyō and died on 25 November 2005. References Hata, Ikuhiko; Yasuho Izawa, Don Cyril Gorham (translator) (1975 (original) 1989 (translation)). Japanese Naval Aces and Fighter Units in World War II. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-315-6.  Toland, John (2003 (1970)). The Rising Sun: The Decline and Fall of the Japanese Empire, 1936–1945. New York: The Modern Library. ISBN 0-8129-6858-1.  This biographical article related to the military of Japan is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e