Rout Jap Naval Force
Once the Japanese were unable to keep their air superiority, they were in trouble. American planes could then attack Japanese shipping almost with impunity. American submarines also took a major toll of the Japanese ships. Near the end of the war virtually all shipping to and from Japan had been brought to a halt or made extremely dangerous to undertake.
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