U-boat Patrols

Patrols by U-309

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Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz26 Aug 1943  Kiel1 Sep 1943  Bergen7 days 
1Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz13 Sep 1943  Bergen18 Sep 1943  Trondheim6 days P View
Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz25 Sep 1943  Trondheim7 Nov 1943  Brest44 days P View
2Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz19 Dec 1943  Brest14 Feb 1944  Bordeaux58 days P View
Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz8 Apr 1944  Bordeaux10 Apr 1944  La Pallice3 days 
3Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz20 Jun 1944  La Pallice25 Jun 1944  Brest6 days P View
4Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz28 Jun 1944  Brest6 Jul 1944  Brest9 days P View
5Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz12 Jul 1944  Brest3 Aug 1944  Brest23 days7,219 P View
Oblt. Hans-Gert Mahrholz7 Aug 1944  Brest12 Aug 1944  La Pallice6 days 
6Oblt. Herbert Loeder29 Aug 1944  La Pallice13 Oct 1944  Stavanger46 days P View
7Oblt. Herbert Loeder15 Oct 1944  Stavanger21 Oct 1944  Flensburg7 days P View
8Oblt. Herbert Loeder30 Jan 1945  Kiel2 Feb 1945  Horten4 days P View
9Oblt. Herbert Loeder8 Feb 1945  Horten16 Feb 1945  Sunk9 days P View
212 days7,219

9 War patrols (P) located. 212 days at sea during patrols (228 days at sea overall).
War patrols are shown with grey background.
Sometimes patrols are split into several entries, boats putting into base for quick repairs and such.

Tons indicate tonnage of ships sunk or damaged during the patrol, if any. Warships are included.

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