Convoy routes

Convoy route MKS

CodeMKS
RouteMediterranean to UK, slow
AreaMediterranean and North Atlantic
NotesInitially returning military convoys from Operation Torch, later as slow convoys from Egypt through the Mediterranean and then usually combined off Gibraltar with SL convoys en route to the UK.
ConvoysDateLosses

1942

MKS-1XNov 19421 ship sunk with a total of 7,622 tons.
MKS-3YDec 19421 ship sunk with a total of 4,906 tons.

1943

MKS-7Feb 19433 ships sunk with a total of 14,064 tons.
MKS-8Feb 19431 ship sunk with a total of 925 tons.
MKS-10Mar 19431 ship sunk with a total of 6,415 tons.
MKS-26Oct 19432 ships sunk with a total of 10,855 tons.
MKS-27Oct 19431 ship sunk with a total of 656 tons.
MKS-30Nov 19431 ship sunk with a total of 1,350 tons.

1944

MKS-40Mar 19441 ship sunk with a total of 1,625 tons.
MKS-71Dec 19441 ship sunk with a total of 5,149 tons.

10 MKS convoys successfully attacked in the war.
13 ships were sunk with a total of 53,567 GRT.

Map of ships hit from convoy route MKS

Locations of ships hit from convoy route MKS (15).

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1942. 1943. 1944.

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