|Ship Class||1935-class Motor Torpedo Boat|
|Builder||F. Schichau Elbing|
|Ordered||29 Jun 1936|
|Laid Down||24 Nov 1936|
|Launched||19 Jan 1939|
|Commissioned||5 Aug 1940|
|Sunk||19 Dec 1944|
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T10 Operational Timeline
|15 Aug 1942||Torpedo boats T4 and T10 escorted auxiliaries Uckermarck and Ermland as they sailed out of Royan, France.|
|16 Aug 1942||Torpedo boats T4 and T10 completed their escort mission for auxiliaries Uckermarck and Ermland to La Pallice, La Rochelle, France.|
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