The SS-201 Triton went missing in action in the South Pacific in March 1943, likely due to three Japanese destroyers in a depth charge attack north of the Admiralty Islands on March 15, 1943.

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No: Captain: From: Date: Duration: Score (WT): JANAC Return:
1 Willis A. Lent Wake 12/41 42 0/0 0/0 Pearl Harbor
2 Willis A. Lent Pearl Harbor 1/42 52 2/12,000 2/5,982 Pearl Harbor
3 Charles C. Kirkpatrick Pearl Harbor 4/42 52 5/24,200 5/15,843 Pearl Harbor
4 Charles C. Kirkpatrick Pearl Harbor 6/42 60 2/3,100 1/1,600 Pearl Harbor
5 Charles C. Kirkpatrick Pearl Harbor 12/42 40 3/17,300 2/5,300 Brisbane
6 George K. Mackenzie, Jr. Brisbane 2/43 2/8,000 1/3,000 Lost on/after 3/11/43