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Tinosa


USS Tinosa Submarines

There were two ships commissioned by The United States of America Navy, with the name Tinosa.

The first Tinosa, was a Gato-class submarine, Tinosa SS-283.

The second Tinosa, was a Permit-class submarine, SSN-606.

Tinosa SS-283 was commissioned in 1943 and made twelve war patrols in the Pacific sinking many Japanese ships. Tinosa SS-283 was struck in 1958

Tinosa SSN-606 was commisioned in 1964 and struck in 1992.

A tinosa is a small, black, poisonous tropical fish.



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