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The Point Casino
7989NE Salish Ln, Kingston
360) 297-0070

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MONTHLY E-BOARD MEETING

0900

FRA29, 521 S National Ave, Bremerton, WA

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Base Storekeeper Visits TTF Bangor

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Lost USS Albacore

 (SS-218)'44

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The Garage

6812 Kitsap Way, Bremerton

(360) 377-2116

Lost USS Growler (SS-215)'44 

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Auburn's Veterans Day Parade

 

Starts at 11 AM

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Noah’s Ark

 Restaurant
1516 Sixth Street
Bremerton

360-377-8100

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MONTHLY GENERAL

MEETING 1000

FRA29, 521 S National Ave, Bremerton, WA

Elections will normally be held at the business
meeting in November
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Re: Bremerton Base Bylaws (ARTICLE VIII. BIENNUAL ELECTIONS)

Lost USS Corvina (SS-226)'43

 Lost USS Scamp (SS-277) '44

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Lost USS Sculpin (SS-191)'43

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Brother Don's
4200 Kitsap Way
Bremerton

360-377-8442

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All Star Lanes

10710 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale

360-692-5760

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Lost Boats in November

 

USS Corvina (SS-226) was lost on 16-Nov-1943 with the loss of 82 crew when it was sunk just south of Truk; (Attack at 151° 10E; 5° 50N)
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR
Remarks: Sunk by IJN submarine. Deep water

USS Sculpin (SS-191) was lost on 19-Nov-1943 with the loss of 40 crew when it was sunk north of Groluk Island near Truk. (42 crew were taken prisoner, only 21 survived the war)
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR
Remarks: Scuttled by crew, after severe damage by enemy forces.

USS Growler (SS-215) was lost on 8-Nov-1944 with the loss of 84 crew when it was sunk in South China Sea.
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR

USS Albacore (SS-218) was lost on 7-Nov-1944 with the loss of 86 crew when it was sunk near 41° 49N; 141° 11E in channel between Hokkaido and Honshu.
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR
Remarks: No reports of finding wreckage. Diveable water.

USS Scamp (SS-277) was lost on 16-Nov-1944 with the loss of 83 crew when it was sunk off Inubo Saki near Tokyo Bay.
Sources: R, D, Ros, SFLM, WDR
Remarks: R states South of Tokyo Bay. WDR gives date spread as 11-9-44 to 11-16-44

 

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