USS S-32

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassS-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-137
BuilderUnion Iron Works, San Francisco, CA
Laid Down12 Apr 1918
Launched11 Jan 1919
Commissioned21 Feb 1923
Decommissioned19 Oct 1945
Displacement854 tons standard; 1062 tons submerged
Length219 feet
Beam21 feet
Draft16 feet
MachineryDiesel-electric engines
Bunkerage41,921 gal
Power Output1200 SHP
Speed14 knots
Armament4x21" torpedo tubes with 12 torpedoes, 1x4" deck gun


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USS S-32 Operational Timeline

21 Feb 1923 S-32 was commissioned into service.
19 Oct 1945 S-32 was decommissioned from service.


USS S-32 and USS S-35 at Groton, Connecticut, United States, 9 Jan 1923Submarine tender Beaver with submarines S-32, S-35, S-30, S-33, S-31, and S-34 at Olongapo, Philippine Islands, Mar 1929USS S-35, USS S-33, USS S-32, USS S-34 at Olongapo Naval Station, Philippine Islands, Mar 1929; note USS Pittsburgh in background

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