U.S.S. Lagarto SS-371

© Photographed August 22, 2015
Manitowoc, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin
44.092595,-87.655628

U.S.S. LAGARTO
SS-371
Built: Manitowoc, Wisconsin
Launched: 28 May 1944
Departed Manitowoc: 3 December 1944
Sunk: 3 May 1945 during 2nd war patrol

The marker is located on the north bank of the Milwaukee River, on The Manitowoc County 28 Boat Memorial Walk, adjacent to the U.S.S. Cobia (a National Historic Landmark), at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum, at 75 Maritime Drive, Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220.

Wikipedia: USS Lagarto (SS-371)

On Eternal Patrol: USS Lagarto (SS 371)
A list of the men lost while serving on USS Lagarto. Includes a memorial page and photo of each submariner.

Wisconsin Maritime Museum at Manitowoc: USS LAGARTO (SS-371)

Wisconsin Maritime Museum at Manitowoc

Publication compiled by Dan Ross’ history classes, Kewaskum High School, 2008

The memorial is adjacent to The Manitowoc County 28 Boat Memorial Walk.


Description USN-Submarine USS Lagarto (SS-371) during trials, late 1944
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Still On Patrol World War II Memorial
This Milwaukee County War Memorial Center memorial is dedicated
to submariners who lose their lives in World War II.

The memorial is across from the U.S.S. Cobia, a National Historic Landmark.

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