The following collection of images were collected in September, 1999 by an electronic still camera (ESC) operating on the TOSS (Towed Optical Search System) during a joint expedition by the Naval Oceanographic Office and Nauticos to the site of the 1942 Battle of Midway. These images are of wreckage of Japanese aircraft carrier IJN Kaga on the seafloor at 17,000 feet. A major artifact is a section of hull from the starboard side of the ship that held a pair of 25mm antiaircraft gun galleries. The piece is about 40 feet long and 30 feet high, lying inverted on the seafloor. The cameras view the object from above, looking down into the underside of the inverted gun tubs. The edges of the artifact are strewn with anemones. This piece included a landing light array that was unique to Kaga. Other pieces of debris large and small litter the bottom including: interior hull plating, probably from the hangar decks; storage boxes, probably from one of the upper antiaircraft galleries. Ammunition is scattered about. A bucket lies near an antenna or radar screen. Individual images are further described.