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Old 12-27-22, 05:29 PM   #1
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Default What does H.E stand for?

Ahoy there!

Just recently watched a video about the sinking of U-864 by HMS Venturer. In it there's a bit from the Captains patrol log, where he states:

"09:32: Picked up very faint diesel H.E bearing 340 degrees. It then faded"

I was really curious as to what H.E stands for? Hydro-acoustic something perhaps?

Here's the link if anyone's interested

I know this might be the wrong place to ask this but I have to start somewhere
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Old 12-27-22, 07:05 PM   #2
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