Italian submarines in World War Two
|Born||20 Jan 1909||Naples|
Career informationGIOVANNI DA PROCIDA (T.V. C.O.): from 01.05.1940 to 30.09.1940.
Promoted C.C. ca. mid-June 1940.
PIETRO MICCA (C.C. C.O.): from 01.10.1940 to 30.12.1942.
GIOVANNI DA PROCIDA (C.C. C.O.): from 21.11.1940 to 21.11.1940.
GIOVANNI DA PROCIDA (C.C. C.O.): from 01.12.1940 to 11.12.1940.
DOMENICO MILLELIRE (C.C. C.O.): from 01.01.1941 to 31.01.1941.
PIETRO MICCA (C.C. C.O.): from 01.02.1941 to 24.06.1941.
ATROPO (C.C. C.O.): from 25.06.1941 to 03.08.1941.
PIETRO MICCA (C.C. C.O.): from 05.08.1941 to 01.01.1942.
DES GENEYS (C.C. C.O.): from 10.02.1942 to 29.03.1942.
GIOVANNI BAUSAN (C.C. C.O.): from 26.03.1942 to 30.03.1942?
SERPENTE (C.C. C.O.): from 31.03.1942 to 17.05.1942.
JALEA (C.C. C.O.): from 18.05.1942 to 11.10.1942.
GOFFREDO MAMELI (C.C. C.O.): from 25.05.1942 to 26.05.1942.
LUIGI SETTEMBRINI (C.C. C.O.): from 11.10.1942 to 03.12.1942.
Commands listed for Guido D'Alterio
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||Ocean going||T.V.||1 May 1940||30 Sep 1940|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||Ocean going||C.C.||21 Nov 1940||21 Nov 1940|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||Ocean going||C.C.||1 Dec 1940||11 Dec 1940|
|Domenico Millelire (MI)||Ocean going||C.C.||1 Jan 1941||31 Jan 1941|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||Minelaying||C.C.||1 Feb 1941||24 Jun 1941|
|Atropo (AT, N.51)||Minelaying||C.C.||25 Jun 1941||3 Aug 1941|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||Minelaying||C.C.||5 Aug 1941||1 Jan 1942|
|Des Geneys (DN)||Ocean going||C.C.||10 Feb 1942||29 Mar 1942|
|Giovanni Bausan (BN)||Ocean going||C.C.||26 Mar 1942||30 Mar 1942|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||Coastal / Sea going||C.C.||31 Mar 1942||17 May 1942|
|Goffredo Mameli (GM)||Ocean going||C.C.||25 May 1942||26 May 1942|
|Jalea (IA)||Coastal / Sea going||C.C.||18 May 1942||11 Oct 1942|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||Ocean going||C.C.||11 Oct 1942||3 Dec 1942|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||Minelaying||C.C.||1 Oct 1940||30 Dec 1942|
Ships hit by Guido D'AlterioNo ships hit by this Commander.
War patrols listed for Guido D'Alterio
|Submarine||Date||Time||Port||Arr. date||Arr. time||Arr. port||Miles||Description|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||8 Jun 1940||1050||Taranto||9 Jun 1940||0612||Messina||212||Passage Taranto-Messina.|
|1.||Giovanni da Procida (DP)||25 Jun 1940||1920||Messina||6 Jul 1940||2207||Messina||1259,3||Patrolled between Pantelleria and the Tunisian coast in 36°38'N, 11°20'E, on the meridian.|
|1 Jul 1940||0458|
(0) 30 miles SW of Pantelleria.
|At 0455 hours, a shadow was sighted, which appeared to be a submarine very similar to Fieramosca. At 0458 hours, one torpedo (533mm) was fired from a bow tube at an estimated distance of 1,600 metres. It missed. This was probably HMS Proteus (Lt. Cdr. R.T. Gordon-Duff, RN), which had left her patrol south of Malta and was on her way to Oran to participate in Operation CATAPULT, but she did not observe the attack.|
|1 Jul 1940||0500|
(0) 30 miles SW of Pantelleria.
|A second torpedo (533mm) was fired from a bow tube at a distance of 1,400 metres but again it missed.|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||20 Jul 1940||1302||Messina||20 Jul 1940||2008||Messina||39,5||Exercises.|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||21 Jul 1940||1522||Messina||21 Jul 1940||1755||Messina||20||Exercises.|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||22 Jul 1940||0821||Messina||22 Jul 1940||1055||Messina||17,5||Exercises.|
|2.||Giovanni da Procida (DP)||18 Aug 1940||1540||Messina||6 Sep 1940||0802||Messina||2212||Sailed for patrol south of Cyprus through 34°00'N, 22°10'E. The patrol was plagued by defects to the starboard diesel. Uneventful.|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||10 Sep 1940||0834||Messina||11 Sep 1940||0805||Taranto||255,4||Passage Messina-Taranto.|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||12 Sep 1940||0833||Taranto||12 Sep 1940||1205||Taranto||31||Exercises.|
|Giovanni da Procida (DP)||21 Sep 1940||1130||Taranto||21 Sep 1940||1230||Taranto||2||Entered dock?|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||1 Oct 1940||Taranto||11 Nov 1940||Taranto||Refit.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||12 Nov 1940||0910||Taranto||12 Nov 1940||1805||Taranto||8||Exercises.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||13 Nov 1940||1120||Taranto||13 Nov 1940||1755||Taranto||8||Exercises.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||15 Nov 1940||0900||Taranto||15 Nov 1940||1645||Taranto||81,2||Exercises.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||16 Nov 1940||0821||Taranto||16 Nov 1940||1830||Taranto||87,6||Exercises.|
|3.||Giovanni da Procida (DP)||21 Nov 1940||0132||Taranto||21 Nov 1940||1105||Taranto||72||Defensive patrol in Gulf of Taranto. Uneventful.|
|4.||Giovanni da Procida (DP)||1 Dec 1940||0830||Taranto||11 Dec 1940||1545||Taranto||1137,9||Patrolled southwest of Corfu within 10 miles from 39°20'N, 19°30'E, on parallel with Jalea in an adjacent area.|
|Domenico Millelire (MI)||6 Jan 1941||0855||Brindisi||6 Jan 1941||1140||Brindisi||16||Exercises.|
|Domenico Millelire (MI)||6 Jan 1941||2340||Brindisi||7 Jan 1941||1457||Taranto||173||Passage Brindisi-Taranto.|
|Domenico Millelire (MI)||10 Jan 1941||0835||Taranto||10 Jan 1941||1620||Taranto||1316||Exercises with the submarines Ondina and Speri.|
|5.||Domenico Millelire (MI)||20 Jan 1941||0725||Taranto||30 Jan 1941||1345||Brindisi||1143||Patrolled south of Otranto Srait within 10 miles from 39°10'N, 19°20'E. Uneventful except for H.E. and distant explosions.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||4 Feb 1941||1022||Taranto||4 Feb 1941||1655||Taranto||33||Exercises.|
|6.||Pietro Micca (MC)||28 Feb 1941||0834||Taranto||4 Mar 1941||1055||Leros||Supply mission to Leros (105 tons of cooking oil, 70 ton of ammunition including 600 rounds of 152mm/53 ).|
|7.||Pietro Micca (MC)||11 Mar 1941||1520||Leros||15 Mar 1941||1730||Taranto||1372||Return trip from supply mission to Leros [mileage is for round trip].|
|13 Mar 1941||0355|
(0) 40 miles SW of Cape Matapan.
|At 0327 hours, the Officer of the Watch sighted four shadows on the starboard bow, which proved to destroyers at a distance of 13-14,000 metres, steering 100°, followed shortly after by three other destroyers and more. The submarine closed on the surface, but visibility was excellent and she had to submerge at 0335 hours to avoid being seen.|
At 0355 hours, one torpedo was fired from a bow tube aimed at one of the destroyers. It was fired at the limit of the weapon's range (probably 4,000 metres) and T.V. Guido D'Alterio's view through the periscope was continuously hampered by continuous drops of oil leaking from the Calzoni system. The torpedo missed.
At 0400 hours, the submarine was turned for a stern shot. D'Alterio intended to fire a 533mm as it could be angled (the 450mm could not) but at the critical moment the torpedo misfired as the launching valve failed to open. He gave up the attack and brought down his submarine to a depth of 40 metres.
The targets may have been HMS Nubian, HMS Mohawk and other destroyers.
|8.||Pietro Micca (MC)||30 Mar 1941||0800||Taranto||5 Apr 1941||0850||Leros||930||Supply mission to Leros carrying passengers and material for the Royal Italian Army and 140 tons of benzine for the Italian Navy. Stern damaged following the explosion of a torpedo which was accidentally discharged while entering Leros.|
|3 Apr 1941||0400||34° 10'N, 25° 24'E||At 0353 hours, a lookout spotted a shadow on the port bow. Shortly after, a single-funnel cruiser could be discerned, followed by a number of merchantmen, steering 320°. |
At 0400 hours, four torpedoes were ordered fired from the bow tubes at a range of 1,500-2,500 metres, two aimed at the cruiser and two at merchantmen. Only two left the tubes, the others misfired. Two loud explosions were heard. Actually both torpedoes missed.
|5 Apr 1941||0518|
(0) Near Porto Lago.
|At 0518 hours, as the submarine arrived at the entrance of Leros, a torpedo was accidentally fired from a stern tube and exploded shortly after, causing serious damage to her stern. Pietro Micca was towed to Leros and temporarily patched up, then sailed for Taranto for repairs. The claim that she was attacked by an enemy submarine is not substantiated.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||13 Jun 1941||1450||Leros||14 Jun 1941||0112||Syra||97||Passage Leros-Syra.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||14 Jun 1941||2313||Syra||15 Jun 1941||0648||Piraeus||88,5||Passage Syra-Piraeus escorted by the sloop Diana.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||15 Jun 1941||1045||Piraeus||15 Jun 1941||2055||Patras||103,5||Passage Piraeus-Patras via Corinth Canal.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||16 Jun 1941||1135||Patras||17 Jun 1941||1320||Taranto||306,5||Passage Patras-Taranto escorted by the sloop Diana until 2030 hours on the 16th. Then repairs to her stern.|
|9.||Atropo (AT, N.51)||25 Jun 1941||0925||Taranto||27 Jun 1941||2100||Derna||Passage Taranto to Derna with 40 tons of ammunition.|
|26 Jun 1941||1515||35° 40'N, 19° 22'E||At 1515 hours, two derelict mines were sighted and machine gunned. One was perhaps sunk.|
|10.||Atropo (AT, N.51)||28 Jun 1941||0150||Derna||1 Jul 1941||1109||Taranto||1045||Return trip from supply mission to Derna. Uneventful (mileage total).|
|Atropo (AT, N.51)||9 Jul 1941||0935||Taranto||9 Jul 1941||1620||Taranto||48||Exercises.|
|Atropo (AT, N.51)||10 Jul 1941||1030||Taranto||10 Jul 1941||1155||Taranto||8||Exercises.|
|Atropo (AT, N.51)||14 Jul 1941||0911||Taranto||14 Jul 1941||1459||Taranto||43||Exercises.|
|Atropo (AT, N.51)||17 Jul 1941||0940||Taranto||17 Jul 1941||1443||Taranto||43||Exercises.|
|11.||Atropo (AT, N.51)||19 Jul 1941||1228||Taranto||20 Jul 1941||1044||Taranto||218||Supply mission to Bardia but then recalled. Uneventful|
|12.||Atropo (AT, N.51)||21 Jul 1941||1145||Taranto||23 Jul 1941||2330||Derna||Passage Taranto to Derna with 47 tons of ammunition.|
|22 Jul 1941||0920+||34° 47'N, 19° 43'E||At 0920 hours, a derelict mine was sighted and 30 rounds of 13.2mm and 20 rounds of 6.5mm ammunition were expended. It was probably sunk.|
|22 Jul 1941||2220||34° 47'N, 19° 43'E||At 2220 hours, a Sunderland was sighted. It flashed the signal "O" and the submarine replied with "U". The sunderland came back and signalled "U" and this time the submarine replied with "O". The aircraft appeared to have been satisfied and flew away.|
|23 Jul 1941||2200||33° 00'N, 22° 36'E||At 2200 hours, a small vessel was sighted on a westerly course. Atropo made an enemy report.|
|13.||Atropo (AT, N.51)||25 Jul 1941||0305||Derna||27 Jul 1941||1245||Taranto||1163||Return trip from supply mission to Derna. Uneventful (mileage total).|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||3 Nov 1941||0900||Taranto||3 Nov 1941||1715||Taranto||48||Trials.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||7 Nov 1941||1217||Taranto||7 Nov 1941||1810||Taranto||32||Trials.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||20 Nov 1941||0930||Taranto||20 Nov 1941||1858||Taranto||66||Torpedo firing exercises with H 8 and torpedo boat Aretusa.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||24 Nov 1941||0919||Taranto||24 Nov 1941||1820||Taranto||45||Trials.|
|14.||Pietro Micca (MC)||28 Nov 1941||1100||Taranto||2 Dec 1941||0915||Benghazi||542||Supply mission to Benghazi via 32°17'N, 19°50'E (176 tons of petrol in cans, 3.4 tons of ammunition). Was damaged by depth-charges and could not proceed to Derna as intended.|
|30 Nov 1941||1220||36° 52'N, 19° 09'E||At 1220 hours, in poor visibility, an Italian squadron was encountered and it apparently included a destroyer of the SOLDATO class. Pietro Micca was mistaken for enemy and attacked with depth-charges. She was damaged but escaped by diving to 85-90 meters and was forced to go to Benghazi instead of Derna.|
This was probably the Italian 7th Cruiser Squadron, which had made a sortie in the Central Ionian Sea. It consisted of the light cruiers Emanuele Filiberto Duca D'Aosta, Raimondo Montecuccoli, and Muzio Attendolo escorted by the destroyers Aviere, Geniere and Granatiere.
|15.||Pietro Micca (MC)||2 Dec 1941||1903||Benghazi||3 Dec 1941||0743||Benghazi||50||After partially unloading her cargo, for security reasons, she was ordered by Marina Bengasi to sail south and return the next morning.|
|16.||Pietro Micca (MC)||3 Dec 1941||1820||Benghazi||4 Dec 1941||0817||Benghazi||24||After partial unloading of her cargo, for security reasons, she was ordered by Marina Bengasi to sail for a point 10 miles from the harbour and she bottomed there in 27 meters.|
|17.||Pietro Micca (MC)||4 Dec 1941||2010||Benghazi||7 Dec 1941||1500||Taranto||555||Return trip from mission to Benghazi with twenty British officers PoWs. Uneventful.|
|Pietro Micca (MC)||8 Dec 1941||1315||Taranto||8 Dec 1941||1845||Taranto||35||Trials.|
|18.||Pietro Micca (MC)||15 Dec 1941||1120||Taranto||18 Dec 1941||0845||Benghazi||577||Supply mission to Benghazi (154 tons of petrol, 15 tons of ammunition). Uneventful.|
|19.||Pietro Micca (MC)||18 Dec 1941||1920||Benghazi||19 Dec 1941||0800||Benghazi||50||Sailed on a southerly course before turning back.|
|20.||Pietro Micca (MC)||19 Dec 1941||1725||Benghazi||22 Dec 1941||1425||Taranto||565||Return trip from supply mission to Benghazi with twenty-seven passengers (Italian naval ratings). Uneventful.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||12 Feb 1942||0835||Pola||12 Feb 1942||1405||Pola||25,2||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||14 Feb 1942||1241||Pola||14 Feb 1942||1835||Pola||35,5||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||16 Feb 1942||0808||Pola||16 Feb 1942||1312||Pola||31||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||18 Feb 1942||1245||Pola||18 Feb 1942||1811||Pola||30||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||20 Feb 1942||0815||Pola||20 Feb 1942||1545||Pola||31||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||23 Feb 1942||0814||Pola||23 Feb 1942||1320||Pola||26,5||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||24 Feb 1942||1242||Pola||24 Feb 1942||1840||Pola||26||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||26 Feb 1942||0845||Pola||26 Feb 1942||1436||Pola||30||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||27 Feb 1942||0820||Pola||27 Feb 1942||1435||Pola||32||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||2 Mar 1942||1250||Pola||2 Mar 1942||1836||Pola||32,5||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||4 Mar 1942||0819||Pola||4 Mar 1942||1425||Pola||26,5||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||6 Mar 1942||0820||Pola||6 Mar 1942||1429||Pola||30||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||9 Mar 1942||1246||Pola||9 Mar 1942||1839||Pola||33||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||11 Mar 1942||0815||Pola||11 Mar 1942||1428||Pola||32||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||13 Mar 1942||1215||Pola||13 Mar 1942||1826||Pola||27,5||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||16 Mar 1942||0815||Pola||16 Mar 1942||1325||Pola||27,5||Exercises.|
|Des Geneys (DN)||18 Mar 1942||0815||Pola||18 Mar 1942||1306||Pola||29||Exercises.|
|Giovanni Bausan (BN)||26 Mar 1942||Pola||Date???||Pola||To be disarmed.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||2 Apr 1942||1042||Brindisi||3 Apr 1942||2100||Pola||350||Passage Brindisi-Pola.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||8 Apr 1942||0815||Pola||8 Apr 1942||1425||Pola||24||Exercises, escorted by Grado.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||10 Apr 1942||1248||Pola||10 Apr 1942||1922||Pola||23,5||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||11 Apr 1942||0815||Pola||11 Apr 1942||1430||Pola||23,5||Exercises, escorted by Grado.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||13 Apr 1942||0815||Pola||13 Apr 1942||1235||Pola||22,6||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||16 Apr 1942||0815||Pola||16 Apr 1942||1430||Pola||25,1||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||21 Apr 1942||1345||Pola||21 Apr 1942||1937||Pola||22||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||23 Apr 1942||0815||Pola||23 Apr 1942||1440||Pola||18||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||25 Apr 1942||1345||Pola||25 Apr 1942||1905||Pola||20||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||27 Apr 1942||1245||Pola||27 Apr 1942||1902||Pola||25||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||1 May 1942||0840||Pola||1 May 1942||1425||Pola||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||2 May 1942||0820||Pola||2 May 1942||1420||Pola||15||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||3 May 1942||0820||Pola||3 May 1942||1415||Pola||20||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||5 May 1942||1345||Pola||6 May 1942||0130||Pola||50||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||6 May 1942||1345||Pola||7 May 1942||0130||Pola||75||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||9 May 1942||0818||Pola||9 May 1942||1444||Pola||13||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||11 May 1942||1320||Pola||11 May 1942||1930||Pola||10||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||13 May 1942||0820||Pola||13 May 1942||1430||Pola||14||Exercises.|
|Serpente (ex-Nautilus) (SE)||15 May 1942||1320||Pola||15 May 1942||1710||Pola||12||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||19 May 1942||0830||Pola||19 May 1942||1130||Pola||3,9||Exercises.|
|21.||Goffredo Mameli (GM)||25 May 1942||1600||Pola||26 May 1942||1003||Pola||134||Sailed with Squalo for hydrophone watch and exercises with the battleship Roma. First area: between (a) 45°31'N, 12°55'E (b) 45°22'45'N, 13°01.5'E (c) 45°18'20'N, 12°50'E (d) 45°26.5'N, 12°43.5'E. Second area: between 45°15'N and 45°24'N and 13°10'E and 13°25 E. Uneventful.|
|Jalea (IA)||5 Jun 1942||0845||Pola||5 Jun 1942||1410||Pola||26,5||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||8 Jun 1942||0825||Pola||8 Jun 1942||1440||Pola||20,2||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||11 Jun 1942||1320||Pola||11 Jun 1942||1940||Pola||24,7||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||15 Jun 1942||0825||Pola||15 Jun 1942||1427||Pola||20,8||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||16 Jun 1942||1328||Pola||16 Jun 1942||1915||Pola||26||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||18 Jun 1942||0840||Pola||18 Jun 1942||1550||Pola||23,1||Exercises.|
|22.||Jalea (IA)||19 Jun 1942||1910||Pola||20 Jun 1942||1035||Pola||38||Patrolled in Northern Adriatic. Uneventful. Heard only H.E.|
|23.||Jalea (IA)||20 Jun 1942||1835||Pola||21 Jun 1942||1050||Pola||72,3||Patrolled in Northern Adriatic. Uneventful. Heard only H.E.|
|24.||Jalea (IA)||22 Jun 1942||1830||Pola||23 Jun 1942||1020||Pola||65,8||Patrolled in Northern Adriatic for hydrophone exercises with auxiliary Roma. Uneventful.|
|Jalea (IA)||24 Jun 1942||0935||Pola||24 Jun 1942||1600||Pola||23,3||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||26 Jun 1942||0836||Pola||26 Jun 1942||1437||Pola||21,5||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||30 Jun 1942||1310||Pola||30 Jun 1942||1914||Pola||21,4||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||3 Jul 1942||1316||Pola||3 Jul 1942||1846||Pola||18,5||Exercises.|
|25.||Jalea (IA)||3 Jul 1942||1930||Pola||4 Jul 1942||1050||Pola||93,5||Defensive patrol (hydrophone watch). Uneventful.|
|Jalea (IA)||7 Jul 1942||0815||Pola||7 Jul 1942||1240||Pola||26,7||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||7 Jul 1942||1835||Pola||8 Jul 1942||0110||Pola||15,5||Exercises.|
|Jalea (IA)||9 Jul 1942||1315||Pola||9 Jul 1942||1955||Pola||27,3||Exercises.|
|26.||Jalea (IA)||12 Jul 1942||1819||Pola||13 Jul 1942||1022||Pola||113,7||Hydrophone watch in northern Adriatic. Uneventful.|
|27.||Jalea (IA)||13 Jul 1942||1827||Pola||14 Jul 1942||1042||Pola||104,3||Hydrophone watch in northern Adriatic. Uneventful.|
|Jalea (IA)||21 Sep 1942||1325||Pola||21 Sep 1942||1745||Pola||14,6||Trials.|
|Jalea (IA)||23 Sep 1942||0525||Pola||23 Sep 1942||1939||Pola||130||Trials.|
|Jalea (IA)||28 Sep 1942||0820||Pola||28 Sep 1942||1817||Venice||80||Passage Pola-Venice.|
|Jalea (IA)||1 Oct 1942||0850||Venice||1 Oct 1942||1157||Venice||15||Tests with G7e torpedoes.|
|Jalea (IA)||3 Oct 1942||0005||Venice||3 Oct 1942||0748||Pola||76||Passage Venice-Pola.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||11 Oct 1942||0800||Pola||11 Oct 1942||1216||Pola||25||Exercises.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||13 Oct 1942||1300||Pola||13 Oct 1942||1754||Pola||35||Exercises with torpedo boats Uragano and San Martino and the tugs Parenzo and Marittimo.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||14 Oct 1942||0800||Pola||14 Oct 1942||1046||Pola||16||Exercises.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||14 Oct 1942||1802||Pola||15 Oct 1942||0215||Pola||35||Exercises.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||20 Oct 1942||0930||Pola||20 Oct 1942||1821||Pola||43||Exercises.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||24 Oct 1942||0825||Pola||24 Oct 1942||1258||Pola||25||Exercises.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||26 Oct 1942||0800||Pola||26 Oct 1942||0959||Pola||11||Exercises.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||29 Oct 1942||0800||Pola||29 Oct 1942||1210||Pola||21||Exercises.|
|Luigi Settembrini (ST)||31 Oct 1942||1215||Pola||2 Nov 1942||1635||Taranto||524||Passage Pola-Taranto. Uneventful.|
125 entries. 121 total patrol entries (27 marked as war patrols) and 10 events.