By the end of the Leyte battle, the Japanese troops lost 26 warships (there were 4 aircraft carriers, 3 armored ships, 9 cruisers, 10 destroyers); the US side lost 8 warships (3 aircraft carriers, 3 sunk destroyers and 1 aircraft carrier, 1 destroyer) . After this naval battle, the Japanese navy lost most of its aircraft carriers and most of its battleships and cruisers. Such losses made the Japanese navy no longer able to take initiative in the sea and became a secondary force for the remainder of the war. MIA WALLACE PULP FICTION LOSE YOUR MIND FIND YOUR SOUL POSTER. The failure of Japan also made the strategic position of Japan significantly reduced. After the Battle of Leyte, the Japanese army on the island of Leyte in particular, on the Philippine territory in general, gradually became passive and isolated due to the lack of naval support. Losing the Philippines, Japan lost a strategic transshipment service linking Japan with other countries.