USS Stingray

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassSalmon-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-186

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USS Stingray Operational Timeline

21 Dec 1941 USS Stingray detected the Japanese invasion fleet sailing from Taiwan toward the Philippine Islands at 1313 hours, but did not attack.
10 Jan 1942 USS Stingray sank Japanese cargo ship Harbin Maru 40 miles south of Hainan, China.
28 Jun 1942 USS Stingray attacked a Japanese convoy in the Philippine Sea and sank gunboat Saikyo Maru.

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Submarine tender USS Holland with submarines Salmon, Seal, Stingray, Perch, Pollack, Cachalot, Cuttlefish, Skipjack, Snapper, and Sargo, San Diego Harbor, California, United States, 1940Submarines Plunger, Salmon, Seal, and Stingray, San Diego harbor, California, United States, 1940




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1. Dennis Kiick says:
10 Nov 2014 07:34:30 PM

I hope the update does not take long as I am interested in the stingrays war patrols.

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