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U.S. Submarines

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November 1944 - USS Archerfish (SS sinks Japanese carrier Shinano on her maiden voyage 160 nautical miles southwest of Tokyo Bay. Shinano is the largest warship sunk by any combatant submarines during World War II. Naval History, Military History, British History, American History, Native American, Women's History, Us Submarines, Hiroshima, Nagasaki

November 28, 1944 - USS Archerfish (SS 311) sinks Japanese carrier Shinano on her maiden voyage 160 nautical miles southwest of Tokyo Bay. Shinano is the largest warship sunk by any combatant submarines during World War II.

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90-Second Know-It-All: About the submarine U.S.S. Cod

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USS Bluegill a Gato-class submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for the bluegill, a freshwater sunfish of the Mississippi River basin and Great Lakes. Military Honors, Us Navy Submarines, Us Navy Ships, United States Navy, Pearl Harbor, American Civil War, Native American, Battleship, World War Two

Share Your Favorite Naval Pictures and Videos! - Page 44

Page 44- Share Your Favorite Naval Pictures and Videos! Sub & Naval Discussions: News, Books, Films, and Models

USS Skipjack Salmon-class submarine off Provincetown, Massachusetts during sea trials, May (wikipedia. Navy Careers, Us Navy Submarines, Us Navy Ships, Navy Girlfriend, Navy Military, Military Spouse, United States Navy, Marine Corps, World War Two

January 26, 1944 - USS Skipjack (SS 184) sinks the Japanese destroyer Suzukaze and the aircraft ferry Okitsu Maru in the Caroline Islands area. Also on this date, USS Hake (SS 256) sinks the Japanese auxiliary netlayer Shuko Maru off Ambon and USS Crevalle (SS 291) sinks the Japanese gunboat Busho Maru 175 miles southeast of Cape St. Jacques, French Indochina.