Submarine of the A (AG) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Ordered||14 Sep 1916|
|Laid down||11 Jul 1921|
|Launched||5 Apr 1922|
|Commissioned||24 May 1922|
|Lost||28 Oct 1943|
|Loss position||46° 10'N, 31° 55'E|
The Soviet submarine A-3 lost on 28 Oct 1943 in position 46° 10'N, 31° 55'E.
Black Sea fleet.
Previous names: AG-25, PL-18, Marxist (#14).
Made 19 war patrols during WWII.
Most lilkely sunk on 28 October 1943 by German auxiliary anti-submarine ship Shiff 19 at Karkinit Bay in position 46º10'N, 31º55'E.
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Notable events involving A-3 include:
2 May 1942
A-3 fired torpedoes at the German merchants Arkadia (1756 GRT) and Salzburg (1742 GRT) off Odessa. The targets are not hit.
29 May 1942
A-3 torpedoed and sank the Rumanian merchant Sulina (3495 GRT) off Odessa in position 46°31'N, 30°52'E.
11 May 1943
A-3 fires two torpedoes at the German barges Mal 1, Mal 2 and Mal 3 off Yalta in position 44°22'N, 34°05'E. The targets are not hit.
12 May 1943
While on patrol of the Crimea A-3 mistakenly fires two torpedoes at the wreck of the Soviet transport Fabritsius(3721 GRT) in position 44°51'N, 35°08'E. The Fabritsius was sunk on 2 March 1942 by a German torpedo bomber.