USS Seadragon

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassSargo-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-194

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USS Seadragon Operational Timeline

2 Feb 1942 US submarine USS Seadragon attacked a Japanese supply convoy north of Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands and sank transport Tamagawa Maru.
4 Feb 1942 US submarine Seadragon evacuated 21 military personnel, 23 torpedoes, spare submarine parts, and radio equipment from Corregidor, Philippine Islands.
8 Apr 1942 American submarine Seadragon delivered 20 tons of food to Corregidor in the Philippine Islands; on the return trip, she evacuated the final 21 radio intelligence personnel from the US Navy Station CAST facility.
12 Jul 1942 USS Seadragon sank Japanese transport Himaya Maru off Cam Ranh Bay, French Indochina.
13 Jul 1942 USS Seadragon sank Japanese transport Shinyo Maru off Cam Ranh Bay, French Indochina.
16 Jul 1942 USS Seadragon sank Japanese transport Hakodate Maru 70 miles north of Cam Ranh Bay, 2 miles off the coast of French Indochina. After the sinking, Seadragon set sail for Fremantle, Australia.




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