With its tilted angles, destruction, chaos, and confusion this is a window of aggression.
The top wreck, the Shoho, a Japanese submarine tender was hastily converted to a light aircraft carrier when the value of the aerial warfare was realised. She was repeatedly torpedoed and sank within fifteen minutes.
Below the Shoho is the rear portion of the USS Sims, which was hit by three bombs amidships, split in two, and sank immediately.
In the foreground is an SMLE .303 rifle which completes the representations of the three branches of the armed forces within this window. To the left on the sand are three helmets representing the three forces, American, Japanese, and Australian.
Above these protective helmets a triton shell tries to protect its body. Immediately above it a red emperor fish hides amid the wreckage. Small grey sea squirts in the depth-charge rack look like spent rounds of ammunition. The bright orange harp gorgonian and six surgeon fish are obvious puns.
From the Christian viewpoint this window represents the crucifixion with the three radio masts of the "Shoho" resembling the crosses on Calvary.
The downward pointing barrel of the gun and rocky starkness recalls the terrain at Golgotha.
The broken anchor chain of the Sims takes us past a symbolic crown of thorns starfish to the three rusting nails in the sand symbolising the crucifixion.
At the end of the barrel of the .303 rifle is a spurt of blood-red coral upon which is a prostrate starfish in human form.
On the end of the outward pointing barrel of the Sims is a clown fish, while on top of the turret are red, white and blue corals which warn that nationalism and militarism are close associates.
The focal point of the Shoho is the ship's wheel on the bridge where life and death decisions were made. Entangled in the wreck of the collapsed flight deck is a Zero fighter.