The SS-257 Harder submarine was commissioned December 1942, completing six of war patrols, sinking several Japanese destroyers in addition to a number of merchant ships. Her most successful war patrol was her fifth, during which she sank or heavily damaged four destroyers. On August 24, 1944 while attacking two Japanese destroyers off the Philippine Islands, Harder was hit and sunk by depth charges.

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No: Captain: From: Date: Duration: Score (WT): JANAC Return:
1 Samuel D. Dealey Pearl Harbor 6/43 33 3/15,400 1/7,000 Pearl Harbor
2 Samuel D. Dealey Pearl Harbor 8/43 46 4/25,300 5/15,272 Pearl Harbor
3 Samuel D. Dealey Pearl Harbor 10/43 31 5/24,800 3/15,273 Pearl Harbor
4 Samuel D. Dealey Pearl Harbor 3/44 47 2/5,300 2/9,000 Fremantle
5 Samuel D. Dealey Fremantle 5/44 45 5/8,500 3/6,500 Fremantle
6 Samuel D. Dealey Fremantle 8/44 1-½/3,200 2/1,760 Lost 8/23/44


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