USS S-36

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassS-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-141

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USS S-36 Operational Timeline

15 Jan 1942 USS S-36 spotted a Japanese destroyer off Dutch Borneo at 0500 hours, but was discovered by the destroyer, which attacked with depth charges, severely damaging the submarine.
20 Jan 1942 USS S-36 became stuck on Taka Bakang Reef in the Makassar Strait between British Borneo and Celebes, Dutch East Indies at 0400 hours.
21 Jan 1942 Dutch motor launch Attla embarked the crew of USS S-36, which became stuck on Taka Bakang Reef in the Makassar Strait between British Borneo and Celebes, Dutch East Indies on the prior date.




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