USS Herring

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassGato-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-233

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Submarine USS Herring (SS-233) Interactive Map

USS Herring Operational Timeline

14 Jul 1941 The keel of submarine Herring was laid down.
1 Jun 1944 The US submarine Herring was reported lost in the Kurile Islands, presumed sunk by Japanese shore batteries on Matua Island, whilst on patrol near Matsuwa Island.

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Two submarines of US Navy Submarine Squadron 50 at Rosneath, Scotland, United Kingdom, circa 7 Dec 1942; sub possibilities were USS Barb, USS Blackfish, USS Herring, USS Shad, USS Gunnel, and USS Gurnard




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Two submarines of US Navy Submarine Squadron 50 at Rosneath, Scotland, United Kingdom, circa 7 Dec 1942; sub possibilities were USS Barb, USS Blackfish, USS Herring, USS Shad, USS Gunnel, and USS Gurnard




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