Allied Coastal Forces of World War II. PT-145 grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, Mindiri, New Guinea, 4 January 1944. This appendix, prepared from the foregoing report, contains a listing of Japanese naval and merchant vessels sunk by individual United States submarines during World War II. LCT(5)-23 sunk at Algiers, Algeria, 3 May 1943. Philippine Islands, 16 February 1945. YP-26 destroyed by undetermined explosion in the Canal Zone, Panama, 19 November 1942. 19 June 1945. USS LST-333 sunk by German submarine U-593 off Dellys, Algeria, 22 June 1943. YAG-2 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 22 February 1943. It only took the ship 12 minutes to sink, according to NOAA, but the crew all escaped with minor injuries. LCT(6)-548 sunk at Portsmouth, England, October 1944. USS Asphalt (IX-153) destroyed after grounding on a reef during a storm at Saipan, Marianas Islands, 6 October 1944. USS Mercedes (YT-108) destroyed to prevent capture at Cavite, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 2 January 1942. USS Pompano (SS-181) missing east of Honshu, Japan, 3 September 1943. USS Walke (DD-416) sunk by gunfire and torpedoes from Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 14 November 1942. The troopship Rohna, sunk on the 26th November 1943 in the Mediterranean by German radio guided glider bombs. YC-649 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. USS Snook (SS-279) missing in Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, area (possibly sunk by a Japanese submarine), April 1945. USS S-26 (SS-131) sunk after collision with submarine chaser PC-460 in the Gulf of Panama, 24 January 1942. Ships built for passenger service already contained many of the features needed for troop carrying. USS Monssen (DD-436) sunk by gunfire from Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 13 November 1942. KEPT secret until 1974, two American ships that were sunk by German torpedoes in the English Channel shortly before D-Day have now been photographed. The United States submarines are arranged in alphabetical sequence. YP-345 sunk south-east of Midway Island, 31 October 1942. USS Blue (DD-387) scuttled after being torpedoed by the Japanese destroyer Kawakaze in Savo Sound, Solomon Islands, 22 August 1942. USS Gregory (APD-3) sunk by Japanese destroyer Yudachi off Lunga Point, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 5 September 1942. LCT(6)-1075 sunk off Leyte, Philippine Islands, 10 December 1944. YC-717 lost due to enemy action at Guam, Marianas Islands, and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. YF-415 lost, 11 May 1944, and stricken from the Navy List, 16 May 1944. LCT(5)-332 sunk off northern France, 6 June 1944. It is not always clear which time has been recorded. PT-493 destroyed by Japanese warships, Surigao Strait, Philippine Islands, 25 October 1944. USS LCI(L)-219 sunk off northern France, 11 June 1944. USS Hugh L. Scott (AP-43) sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-130 off Fedala, Morocco, 12 November 1942. YC-643 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. USS Triton (SS-201) sunk by Japanese destroyers north of Admiralty Islands, 15 March 1943. USS Grayback (SS-208) sunk by Japanese aircraft in the East China Sea, 26 February 1944. USS PGM-18 sunk by a mine off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 7 April 1945. LCT(5)-200 sunk off northern France, June 1944. LCT(5)-294 sunk off northern France, 6 June 1944. YCK-1 lost due to enemy action at Wake Island, December 1941. USS PGM-27 destroyed by grounding during typhoon at Buckner Bay, Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 9 October 1945. YD-60 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. USS LST-349 sunk after running aground off Ponza, Italy, 26 February 1944. The Divine Wind: Japan's Kamikaze Force in World War II. Rivera (YFB- 685 ) lost due to enemy action at Luzon, Philippine Islands, and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. 10. 12 November 1942, and capsized while under tow off Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles, 5 December 1942. This guide contains information about researching wrecked or sunken ships at The National Archives. USS Navajo (AT-64) sunk by Japanese submarine I-39 east of the New Hebrides Islands, 12 September 1943. USS Pillsbury (DD-227) sunk by Japanese warships east of Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, 1–4 March 1942. YW-58 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. PT-107 destroyed by accidental fire while refueling in port, Hamburg Bay, Emirau Island, 18 June 1944. USS Grayling (SS-209) probably sunk by Japanese freighter Hokuan Maru west of Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 September 1943. German sub sinks U.S. passenger ship California. YF-178 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. USS Grenadier (SS-210) sunk by Japanese aircraft off Penang, 22 April 1943. USS Hovey (DMS-11) sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 6 January 1945. USS LCS(L)(3)-7 sunk by Suicide boat off Mariveles, Corregidor Channel, Luzon, USS Newcombe (DD-586) seriously damaged by three Kamikaze aircraft, 6 April 1945, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war. USS LSM-318 sunk by Kamikaze attack off Ormoc, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 7 December 1944. USS Growler (SS-215) probably sunk by Japanese warships in the South China Sea, 8 November 1944. USS Halligan (DD-584) sunk after striking a mine off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 26 March 1945. PT-121 destroyed by Australian aircraft, mistaken identification, Bangula Bay, New Britain, 27 March 1944. USS Glennon (DD-620) sunk by a mine and gunfire from German shore batteries off Quineville, Normandy, France, 10 June 1944. USS S-39 (SS-144) lost by grounding south off Rossel Island, Louisiade Archipelago, 14 August 1942. PT-164 destroyed by Japanese aircraft bombing, Rendova Harbor, Solomon Islands, USS Mississinewa (AO-59) sunk after being hit by Kaiten (suicide torpedo) fired by either Japanese submarine I-47 or I-36, at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 20 November 1944. LCT(6)-714 sunk off northern France, June 1944. Two US landing ships that were sunk by German E-boats off the coast of Devon killing over 700 troops during ill-fated D-Day rehearsal Operation Tiger are to be made protected wrecks PT-172 grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, off Vella Lavella, Solomon Islands, 7 September 1943. PT-79 sunk in error by the USS Conyngham (DD-371) and USS Lough (DE-586) near Talin Point, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 1 February 1945. YF-212 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. USS LST- 906 grounded off Leghorn, Italy, 18 October 1944, and scrapped, 22 June 1945.. USS LST-921 torpedoed by German submarine U-764 off the channel entrance to Bristol, England, 14 August 1944, and struck from the Navy list, 14 October 1944. USS Oklahoma (BB-37) capsized and sank after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 December 1941. Lambert, John, and Al Ross. PT-31 grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, Subic Bay, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 19 January 1942. 14 December 1943. USS LCI(L)-232 sunk off northern France, 6 June 1944. LCT(5)-66 sunk at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 12 April 1945. PT-113 destroyed as a result of grounding, not in enemy waters, Veale Reef, near Tufi, New Guinea, 8 August 1943. YP-205 destroyed by grounding, 1 November 1942. USS LCI(L)-85 sunk off northern France, 6 June 1944. USS YMS-24 sunk by a mine off St. Tropez, France, 15 August 1944. USS YMS-341 sunk off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 16 September 1945. PT-22 scrapped after being badly damaged in a storm at Dora Harbor, Alaska, 11 June 1943. LCT(6)-612 sunk off northern France, 6 June 1944. The troopship Rohna, sunk on the 26th November 1943 in the Mediterranean by German radio guided glider bombs. USS S-36 (SS-141) lost by grounding on Taka Bakang Reef, Makassar Strait, 20 January 1942. PT-321 grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, San Isidro Bay, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 11 November 1944. Moreover, ships may not have sunk until several hours (or even days) after the initial attack. Williamsburg VA: Mill Neck Publications, 1997. USS Houston (CA-30) sunk by gunfire and torpedoes of Japanese warships in Sunda Strait, Netherlands East Indies, 1 March 1942. USS Jarvis (DD-393) sunk by Japanese aircraft south of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 9 August 1942. AP. USS Redwing (ARS-4) sunk by explosion at Bizerte, Tunisia, 27 June 1943. USS Canopus (AS-9) scuttled off Mariveles Bay, Bataan, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 April 1942. USS SC-700 sunk by accidental fire off Vella Lavella, Solomon Islands, 10 March 1944. USS Nauset (AT-89) sunk by German aircraft in the Gulf of Salerno, Italy, 9 September 1943. YP-235 destroyed by undetermined explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, 1 April 1943. USS LST-282 sunk by a glider bomb off St. Tropez, France, 15 August 1944. USS Mount Hood (AE-11) destroyed by explosion at Manus, Admiralty Islands, Lemp realised his mistake and kept his actions secret until he returned to base. She was the only transport carrying Canadian troops to be lost in World War II. USS SC-740 grounded on Great Barrier Reef, Australia, 17 June 1943. YP-438 destroyed by grounding at Port Everglades, Florida, 20 March 1943. USS Seminole (AT-65) sunk by Japanese destroyers Akatsuki, Ikazuchi, and Shiratsuyu, off Lunga Point, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 25 October 1942. USS PC-460 sunk by collision with a submarine in the Gulf of Panama, 24 January 1942. This table takes a little time to upload but you will be pleased with the information provided about the Merchant Ships of World War II and is well worth the wait. USS Laffey (DD-459) sunk by the Japanese battleship Hiei off Savo, Solomon Islands, 13 November 1942. LCT(5)-364 sunk off northern France, 6 June 1944. YD-47 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. PT-311 destroyed by enemy mine, Ligurian Sea, Mediterranean Sea, 18 November 1944. YP-72 destroyed by grounding at Adak, Aleutian Islands, 22 February 1943. PT-135 grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, near Crater Point, New Britain, 12 April 1944. Drydock Dewey scuttled to prevent capture at Bataan, Philippine Islands, 10 April 1942. USS LST-675 grounded off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 4 April 1945, and abandoned, USS LST-228 destroyed by grounding near Bahia Angra Island, Azores, 21 January 1944. USS YMS-350 sunk by a mine off Normandy, France, 2 July 1944. USS Rowan (DD-405) sunk after being torpedoed by German motor torpedo boat off Salerno, Italy, 11 September 1943. USS Wake (PR-3) captured at Shanghai, China, 7 December 1941. USS Gwin (DD-433) sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese destroyers in Kula Gulf, Solomon Islands, 13 July 1943. USS LCS(L)(3)-26 sunk by Suicide boat off Mariveles, Corregidor Channel, Luzon, YC-898 lost off Key West, Florida, 29 September 1942. A country's merchant navy is made up of its commercial and trading ships, and their crews. PT-43 damaged by Japanese warships, beached, and destroyed to prevent capture on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 11 January 1943. USS LCI(L)-1 sunk off Bizerte, Tunisia, 17 August 1943. UK flag, 1931 Panama flag, 1942 torpedoed and sunk. LCT(5)-486 sunk off northern France, 7 June 1944. YR-43 lost in the Gulf of Alaska, 28 March 1945. LCT(5)-458 sunk off northern France, 7 June 1944. Heavy casualties occurred when submarines sank large passenger ships such as the Wilhelm Gustloff that were overloaded with soldiers, prisoners, or refugees. USS LCS(L)(3)-33 sunk by shore batteries off Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands, 19 February 1945. USS LSM-20 sunk by Kamikaze attack off Ormoc, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 5 December 1944. USS Little (APD-4) sunk by Japanese destroyer Yudachi off Lunga Point, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 5 September 1942. USS Emmons (DMS-22) sunk after being hit by five Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 6 April 1945. USS PC-1261 sunk by shellfire from shore batteries off Normandy, France, 6 June 1944. Rosal (YFB-682) lost due to enemy action at Luzon, Philippine Islands, and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. PT-346 destroyed by U.S. Navy aircraft, mistaken identification, near Cape Pomas, New Britain Island, 29 April 1944. LCT(5)-27 sunk off northern France, 6 June 1944. “This day in World War II;” ships sunk by the US Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard. USS Minivet (AM-371) sunk by a mine in Tsushima Strait, Japan, 29 December 1945. USS Tucker (DD-374) sunk by a mine in Segond Channel, New Hebrides, 4 August 1942. PT-123 destroyed by Japanese aircraft bombing, off Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, (Note – Photo is from World War I when Erinpura was a hospital ship. PT-118 grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, off Vella Lavella, Solomon Islands, 7 September 1943. YF-317 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands, January — May 1942. USS Neosho (AO-23), damaged on 7 May 1942 by Japanese carrier aircraft during the Battle of the Coral Sea, scuttled by destroyer Henley (DD-391) on 11 May 1942. LCT(5)-208 sunk off Algeria, 20 June 1943. USS Tang (SS-306) sunk by own torpedo off Formosa, 24 October 1944. Alphabetical listing by war years. Wikipedia list article. during 1944, 1945. Camia (YFB-683) lost due to enemy action at Cavite, Luzon, Philippine Islands, and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. ATHENIA(September 3, 1939) The first civilian casualty of World War II, the Cunard passenger liner Atheniaof 13,581 tons, (chartered from the Anchor Donaldson Line) was sunk without warning west of Scotland by the German submarine U-30(Oblt. The ship was carrying evacuees from Liverpool to Canada. it also list US Coast Guard losses: USS Arizona (BB-39) destroyed by Japanese aircraft bombs at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 December 1941, and stricken from the Navy List, 1 December 1942. LCT(5)-311 sunk off Bizerte, Tunisia, 9 August 1943. USS Hammann (DD-412) sunk after being torpedoed by the Japanese submarine I-168 north-east of Midway Island, 6 June 1942. The greatest loss of life was the 2,046 killed on Akitsu Maru—a converted passenger liner with a small flight deck, carrying the Imperial Japanese Army's 64th Infantry Regiment. USS Mahan (DD-364) sunk after being hit by three Kamikaze aircraft in Leyte Gulf, Philippine Islands, 7 December 1944. USS Maddox (DD-622) sunk after being bombed by German aircraft off Gela, Sicily, 10 July 1943. YAG-4 lost due to enemy action in the Philippine Islands and stricken from the Navy List, 22 February 1943. USS Herring (SS-233) sunk by Japanese shore batteries off Matsuwa Island, Kurile Islands, 1 June 1944. 2 January 1942. YC-664 lost due to enemy action at Guam, Marianas Islands, and stricken from the Navy List, 24 July 1942. 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