Japanese patrol ship drowns after the torpedo hits

Japanese patrol ship


Underwater war: Japanese patrol ship No. 39 (class “Momi”, until April 1, 1940 destroyer “Tade”, displacement of 850 tons) sinks, after the torpedo hits.
The Japanese ship was torpedoed by the American submarine “Seawolf” under the command of Lieutenant-Lieutenant Royce Gross, while escorting the damaged ship “Nissin Maru No. 2”.

 

 

Location: Pacific Ocean
Date: April 23, 1943

In : 1943

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