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CountryUnited States
Ship ClassGato-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-247
BuilderElectric Boat Company
Laid Down22 Jul 1942

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22 Jul 1942 The keel of submarine USS Dace was laid down by the Electric Boat Company at Groton, Connecticut, United States.
27 Jul 1944 USS Dace (SS-247) attacked a Japanese convoy and sank the 1,192-ton fleet tanker Kyoei Maru No. 2 in the Celebes Sea 90 miles south of Zamboanga, Philippines. 10 torpedoes were expended; 5 hit.

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Submarine USS Dace (left) at her commissioning, New London, Connecticut, United States, 23 Jul 1943.




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Submarine USS Dace (left) at her commissioning, New London, Connecticut, United States, 23 Jul 1943.


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