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The Garage

6812 Kitsap Way, Bremerton

(360) 377-2116

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MONTHLY E-BOARD MEETING

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FRA29, 521 S National Ave, Bremerton, WA

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Lost USS Perch (SS-176)'42

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Lost USS Grampus (SS-207)'43

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Base Storekeeper Visits TTF Bangor

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Noah’s Ark

 Restaurant
1516 Sixth Street
Bremerton

360-377-8100

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Lost USS H-1 (SS-28)'20

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Brother Don's
4200 Kitsap Way
Bremerton

360-377-8442

Lost USS Triton (SS-201)'43

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MONTHLY GENERAL

MEETING 1000

FRA29, 521 S National Ave, Bremerton, WA

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Lost USS Kete (SS-369)'45

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All Star Lanes

10710 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale

360-692-5760

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Lost USS F-4 [ex-SKATE] (SS23)'15

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Lost USS Tullibee (SS-284)'44

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Lost USS Trigger (SS-237)'45

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Blue Goose Tavern

1931 Bay St
Port Orchard,

360--895-8171

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Lost Boats in March USS F-4 [ex-SKATE] (SS23) was lost on 21-Mar-1915 with the loss of 19 crew when it foundered off Honolulu Harbor.
Sources: R, D, SFLM
Remarks: Hulk raised and reburied off Serria 13 north of Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor.

USS H-1 (SS-28) was lost on 12-Mar-1920 with the loss of 4 crew when it Grounded, Magdalena Bay, Mexico, was sunk in 9 Fathoms while being towed off.
Sources: R, D, SFLM
Remarks: Hull reported located in 1995. Return expeditions have not relocated hull. Likely to be buried in sand and uncovered only periodically.


USS Perch (SS-176) was scuttled on 3-Mar-1942 30 Miles NW Soerabia, Java 60 crew were taken prisoner, 52 survived the war.
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR
Remarks: All crew survived sinking and were rescued by Japanese forces. Reportely the wreck has been located and dived. No written report seen.

USS Grampus (SS-207) was lost on or after 5-Mar-1943 with the loss of 72 crew when it was sunk in the Blackett Strait; Possibly in Vella Gulf, last contacts at 4° 55S; 152° 30 E
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR

USS Triton (SS-201) was lost on 15-Mar-1943 with the loss of 74 crew when it was sunk at
0° 09N; 144° 55E
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR

USS Tullibee (SS-284) was lost on 26-Mar-1944 with the loss of 79 crew when it was sunk in operating area just north of Palau. (One man was taken prisoner and he survived the war)
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR

USS Kete (SS-369) was lost sometime on or after 20-Mar-1945 with the loss of 87 crew when it was sunk somewhere between 29° 38N; 130° 02E and Midway.
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR
Remarks: R states probably sunk off Nansei Shoto on or about 20 Mar 1945, WDrR
gives date spread of 3-20-45 to 3-31-45

USS Trigger (SS-237) was lost on 28-Mar-1945 with the loss of 91 crew when it was sunk in area 32° 16N 30° 40N by 132° 05E-127° 50E, (Maybe near 32° 16N; 132° 05E).
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR
 

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