Saury

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassSargo-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-189

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Saury Operational Timeline

11 Sep 1942 USS Saury sank Japanese auxiliary aircraft transport Kanto Maru with 3 torpedoes in the Makassar Strait in the Dutch East Indies at 2100 hours, killing 39.

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Aerial view of the Pearl Harbor Submarine Base with the supply depot on the Kuahua Peninsula in upper center, 13 Oct 1941. Note the building in the lower left with a roof painted to resemble two smaller buildings.US submarines Bashaw, Mingo, Dragonet, Guavina, Sunfish, Sargo, Spearfish, and Saury at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 6 Dec 1945Inactivated submarines at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1946Inactivated submarines at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 3 Jan 1946




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Submarine Saury (SS-189) Photo Gallery
Aerial view of the Pearl Harbor Submarine Base with the supply depot on the Kuahua Peninsula in upper center, 13 Oct 1941. Note the building in the lower left with a roof painted to resemble two smaller buildings.
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