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Ryujo was already on the bottom at that time. Her deck gun was replaced by a heavier 4-inch gun, and a pair of millimeter anti-aircraft guns were added. USS Wahoo departed on her second war patrol on 8 November On 10 December, Wahoo fired a four-torpedo spread at the tanker Kamoi Maru. Three hit, though it took two hours for the target to sink. An escorting destroyer forced Wahoo down, causing minor damage with her depth charges.

In a situation not at all unusual in the early part of the war, the younger, more aggressive officers were dissatisfied with a commander they believed to be excessively cautious. On 14 December, a hospital ship was sighted. Despite a declaration of unrestricted submarine warfare—which allowed the cruiser rules to be ignored, and enemy ships sunk without warning—some of the rules were still followed, and hospital ships remained immune from attack.

Kennedy was credited with sinking the sub during the war, but the sinking was disallowed by JANAC post-war. USS Wahoo ended her patrol in Brisbane. Arguably, it was actually the most effective system, but few other commanders were willing to give up the periscope. USS Wahoo departed on her third war patrol on 16 January Ordered to reconnoiter Wewak, Morton improvised a chart and slipped into Victoria Bay. Finding a destroyer and a nest of Japanese submarines, Morton hit the destroyer with a down the throat shot at yards after missing with his first four torpedoes.

Morton believed the destroyer was sunk but was not credited with the kill. Only two ships were initially observed. Wahoo hit the first with two torpedoes and the second with a single torpedo, missing with the fourth. She then fired a three-torpedo spread at the transport, which brought her to a stop. Hit with another torpedo, the ship continued to come on and Wahoo had to turn away at full speed to avoid being hit.


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