Convoy route UGS
|Route||USA to Gibraltar, slow|
|Area||Central Atlantic and Mediterranean|
|Notes||Initially military convoys for Operation Torch, later slow convoys from Hampton Roads to North African ports and through the Mediterranean to Port Said.|
|UGS-3||Jan 1943||2 ships sunk with a total of 7,431 tons.|
|UGS-4||Jan 1943||3 ships sunk with a total of 19,316 tons.|
|UGS-6||Mar 1943||4 ships sunk with a total of 28,018 tons.|
|UGS-7||Apr 1943||3 ships sunk with a total of 17,186 tons.|
|UGS-10||Jun 1943||1 ship sunk with a total of 4,220 tons.|
|UGS-14||Aug 1943||2 ships sunk with a total of 14,436 tons.|
|UGS-17||Sep 1943||1 ship sunk with a total of 7,176 tons.|
|UGS-37||Apr 1944||2 ships sunk with a total of 14,386 tons.|
|UGS-72||Feb 1945||1 ship sunk with a total of 9,551 tons.|
9 UGS convoys successfully attacked in the war.
19 ships were sunk with a total of 121,720 GRT.
Locations of ships hit from convoy route UGS.
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