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The U-664 was a Type VIIC U-boat of German during WWII.She was a member of eight wolf packs, carried out 5 war patrols and sinking three ships, total tonnage 19,325 GRT. She was sunk in 9 August 1943 in the North Atlantic by depth charges from 2 Avenger aircraft (VC-1) of the U.S. Navy escort carrier USS Card. 7 dead and 44 survivors. BFD

The U-664 was a Type VIIC U-boat of German during WWII.She was a member of eight wolf packs, carried out 5 war patrols and sinking three ships, total tonnage 19,325 GRT. She was sunk in 9 August 1943 in the North Atlantic by depth charges from 2 Avenger aircraft (VC-1) of the U.S. Navy escort carrier USS Card. 7 dead and 44 survivors. BFD

U-861 was a Type IXD2 U-boat of German Kriegsmarine during World War II.

was a Type U-boat of German Kriegsmarine during World War II.Unlike many other U-boats, which during their service lost men due to accidents and various other causes, did not suffer any casualties (we know of) until the time of her loss.

U-Boats ~ The WWII German U-boat, U-99 under the command of Korvettenkapitän Otto Kretschmer 35 were ships sunk (totaling 198,218 gross register tons (GRT)) three auxiliary warships sunk - 46,440 GRT five ships damaged - 37,965 GRT one ship taken as a prize - 2,136 GRT ~ BFD

U-Boats ~ The WWII German U-boat, under the command of Korvettenkapitän Otto Kretschmer 35 were ships sunk (totaling gross register tons (GRT)) three auxiliary warships sunk - GRT five ships damaged - GRT one ship taken as a prize - GRT ~ BFD

U-Boot U-378 Typ VIIC

U-boat Archive - - under attack by a Avenger from USS Core, October 1943

Sinking of German submarine U 761, 24 February 1944. U 761’s crew abandons ship after she was crippled by British destroyer and US Navy (VP 63) aircraft attacks in the Strait of Gibraltar. National Archives photograph: 80-G-222871.

Sinking of German submarine 24 February crew abandons ship after she was crippled by British destroyer and US Navy (VP aircraft attacks in the Strait of Gibraltar.

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