|Ship Class||Gato-class Submarine|
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Greenling Operational Timeline
|4 May 1942Â||USS Greenling sank Japanese armed merchant cruiser Kinjosan Maru 100 miles north of Truk, Caroline Islands at 1825 hours, killing all aboard.|
|5 Aug 1942Â||USS Greenling sank Japanese troopship Brasil Maru (more than 200 of the 600 aboard were killed) and freighter Palau Maru 450 miles southwest of Guam, Mariana Islands.|
|21 Feb 1943Â||USS Greenling departed Brisbane, Australia with Australians and New Britain natives on board; they were to serve on New Britain as coast watchers.|
|1 Mar 1943Â||USS Greenling dropped off Australian and New Britain natives at Cape Orford, New Britain. They were to serve as coast watchers.|
|2 Mar 1943Â||After nightfall, USS Greenling unloaded supplies off Cape Orford, New Britain for newly deployed coast watchers.|
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