Subs sunk by US patrol squadrons

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  1. Micdrow

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    Document on subs sunk by US patrol squadrons.

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    Great reading mcdraw thanks :D
     
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    very cool!
     
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    Neat read, though it doesn't have the appendices. Charles should be proud. Alot of those were sunk by PB4Y's.
     
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    Thanks guys!!!!
     
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    cool!

    I like to see all the team work..

    Spotted by a pby, strafed by Venturas, finished off by PB4Y's and crew picked up by the Navy!

    The ballet that killed the Kreigsmarine...

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