USS Haddock

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassGato-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-231

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USS Haddock Operational Timeline

22 Aug 1942 USS Haddock sank Japanese transport ship Tatsuho Maru 25 miles north of Taiwan at 1310 hours; 36 were killed and the cargo of 10,000 gallons of aviation fuel was lost.
26 Aug 1942 USS Haddock sank Japanese freighter Teishun Maru 85 miles north of Taiwan at 0813 hours.

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Supply ship SS Nira Luckenbach, submarine tenders Bushnell and Sperry, and submarines Sunfish, Haddock, Tarpon, Seahorse, and Swordfish at the submarine base piers on Sand Island, Midway Atoll, 29 Sep 1943.




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Submarine USS Haddock (SS-231) Photo Gallery
Supply ship SS Nira Luckenbach, submarine tenders Bushnell and Sperry, and submarines Sunfish, Haddock, Tarpon, Seahorse, and Swordfish at the submarine base piers on Sand Island, Midway Atoll, 29 Sep 1943.




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