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T28

CountryGermany
Ship Class1939-class Motor Torpedo Boat
BuilderF. Schichau Elbing
Yard Number1487
Ordered10 Nov 1939
Launched24 Jun 1942
Commissioned19 Jun 1943

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T28 Operational Timeline

6 Jun 1944 Torpedo boats of the German 5th Flotilla (Jaguar, Falke, Möwe, and T28), attacking Allied shipping off Normandie, France, sank Norwegian destroyer Svenner about 20 kilometers (about 12 miles) west of Le Havre, France.
11 Dec 1944 After sundown, German destroyers Z35, Z36, and Z43 and torpedo boat T28 began laying a new minefield off the Estonian coast, planning to deploy 68 mines each. Torpedo boat T23 provided escort for the group.




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