Allied Warships

USS SC-646 (SC-646)

Submarine chaser of the SC-497 class

NavyThe US Navy
TypeSubmarine chaser
Built byRobinson Marine Construction. Co. (Benton Harbor, Michigan, U.S.A.) 
Ordered30 Jul 1941 
Laid down23 Sep 1941 
Launched21 May 1942 
Commissioned1 Jul 1942 
End service26 May 1945 

Transferred to the USSR on 26 May 1945


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Notable events involving SC-646 include:

10 Sep 1944
USS Dragonet (T/Cdr. J.H. Lewis, USN) departed Key West for the Panama Canal Zone.

She was to proceed to the following positions;
A) 22°17'N, 84°20'W at 1254Q/11.
B) 21°40'N, 85°20'W at 1559Q/11.
C) 21°40'N, 83°30'W at 0104Q/12.
D) 16°18'N, 80°45'W at 0146Q/13.
E) 10°00'N, 80°45'W at 0651Q/14
F) 09°38'N, 79°55'W at 1100Q/14.

She was escorted by USS SC-646 (Ens. H.J. Ulrey, USNR) until point C.

15 Jan 1945
USS Lionfish (T/Lt.Cdr. E.D. Spruance, USN) and USS Bullhead (T/Cdr. W.T. Griffith, USN) arrived at Key West, Florida for services with the Fleet Sound School.

USS Lionfish departed for Port Everglades later the same day escorted by USS SC-646 (Lt.(jg). H.J. Ulrey, USNR) until USS SC-689 (Lt. E.F. Cotter, USCG) took over shortly before arrival at Port Everglades.

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