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Old 11-11-2019, 07:08 PM   #1
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USS Grayback found after 75 years.
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The Grayback even sank a Japanese submarine I-18


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The submarine conducted a string of highly successful patrols in the western Pacific, ten in all. Grayback sank 14 Japanese ships, or 63,835 tons of enemy shipping, a figure that translates into nearly 40 times the submarine's own weight. She even sank the Imperial Japanese Navy submarine I-18, despite submarine vs. submarine warfare being a relatively uncommon occurrence in World War II. Her luck ran out on February 26, 1944, when she was sunk off the coast of Okinawa.
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