History for the SS-200, U.S.S. Thresher

 

Patrols
No:Captain:From:Date:Duration:Score (WT):JANACReturn:
1William L. AndersonPearl Harborbegan prewarPearl Harbor
2William L. AndersonPearl Harbor12/41581/4,5000/0Pearl Harbor
3William L. AndersonPearl Harbor3/42371/5,0001/3,039Pearl Harbor
4William J. MillicanPearl Harbor6/42501/6,0001/4,800Fremantle
5William J. MillicanFremantle9/42611/3,0001/3,000Fremantle
6William J. MillicanFremantle12/42252/17,0001/2,700Fremantle
7William J. MillicanFremantle1/43452/14,0002/11,000Brisbane
8Harry HullFremantle4/43500/00/0Fremantle
9Harry HullFremantle6/43422/20,0001/5,000Pearl Harbor
10Harry HullPearl Harbor11/43291/5,6001/4,882Pearl Harbor
11Duncan C. MacMillanPearl Harbor12/43544/26,3004/14,523Pearl Harbor
12Duncan C. MacMillanPearl Harbor3/44510/00/0Pearl Harbor
13Duncan C. MacMillanPearl Harbor6/44446/35,1002/7,700Pearl Harbor
14John R. Middleton, Jr.Pearl Harbor8/44503/20,6003/9,170Pearl Harbor
15John R. Middleton, Jr.Pearl Harbor1/45820/00/0Pearl Harbor

 

On April 10, 1942, the SS-200 Thresher submarine sank a Japanese merchant ship off the coast of Oshima Island, Japan and later on July 9 1942, sank a Japanese torpedo recovery vessel off the Marshall Islands.