Famous Navy Ships: The USS Tang
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Famous Navy Ships: The USS Tang

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Famous Navy Ships: The USS Tang

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The USS Tang (SS 306) was America’s most successful submarine until it was sunk by one of its own torpedoes. Clayton Decker was one of only eight seamen who survived the sinking.

The USS Tang (SS 306) was America’s most successful submarine until it was sunk by one of its own torpedoes. Clayton Decker was one of only eight seamen who survived the sinking.
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