Submarine of the S-1 class
|Navy||The US Navy|
|Built by||Bethlehem Steel Corp. (Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.A.)|
|Laid down||11 Apr 1919|
|Launched||18 Oct 1922|
|Commissioned||22 Jan 1924|
|Lost||19 Jun 1942|
USS S-27 (Lt. Herbert Lollis Jukes) was grounded on rocks off St. Makarius Point, Kiska Island, Alaska. Unable to set the boat free again. Abandoned on the 25th when the last men were rescued from Constantine Harbor. There were no casualties.
Commands listed for USS S-27 (132)
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and that we only list Commanding Officers for the duration of the Second World War.
|1||Lt. William Shirley Stovall, Jr., USN||May 1939||May 1940|
|2||Lt. Herbert Lollis Jukes, USN||May 1942||19 Jun 1942|
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Notable events involving S-27 include:
20 May 1942
USS S-27 (Lt. H.L. Jukes) departed from San Diego, California bound for Dutch Harbour, Alaska.
12 Jun 1942
USS S-27 (Lt. H.L. Jukes) departed from Dutch Harbour for her 1st war patrol. She was ordered to patrol off Kiska.
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