I don't recall, but I do have a reference which describes the incident, along with related activity that day.
5 June 1945, Okinawa.
The Japanese put up a determined resistance to the 6th Marine Division on the Oroku penisula, but the Marines manage to capture mostof the air field.
The XXIV Corps nears the last Japanese defensive line in the south of the island, which runs from Yuza in the west to Guschichanon the east coast, and is based on three hills, Yaeju, Yuza and Mexado.
A sudden typhoon damages a number of American ships off Okinawa; 4 battleships, 8 aircraft carriers, 3 heavy and 4 light cruisers, 14 destroyers, 2 tankers and a transport loaded with ammunition suffer more or less serious damage.
The battleship MISSISSIPPI and the heavy cruiser LOUISVILLE are hit and seriously damaged by Japanese suicide aircraft.