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Usk (N65)

Built By: Vickers (Barrow)
Build Group: U Group 1
Fate: Mined and sank off Cape Bon 3 May 1941.
Usk (N65)

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Roll of Honour

J Aitchison  Stoker 1st Class
J Amor  Able Seaman
P Attride  Telegraphist
A Brady  Telegraphist
R Cable  Leading Stoker
J Cruickshank  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
V Darbyshire  Lieutenant
G Darling  Lieutenant
J Davies  Leading Seaman
A East  Stoker Petty Officer
N Gissing  Petty Officer
H Green  Telegraphist
E Hall  Able Seaman
E Jones  Leading Signalman
G Jordan  Able Seaman
H Kellaway  Stoker 1st Class
D Leggatt  Lieutenant
W Martin  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
J Orrell  Leading Stoker
B Plant  Stoker 1st Class
W Porter  Petty Officer Telegraphist
P Randall  Able Seaman
W Richardson  Able Seaman
F Robinson  Leading Seaman
W Sowden  Ordinary Seaman
J Stokes  Able Seaman
H Sutch  Stoker 1st Class
C Thomas  Petty Officer
S Twiddy  Leading Seaman
G Williams  Able Seaman

  Ex P42


06-11-1939 : Laid Down
07-06-1940 : Launched
11-10-1940 : Completed
03-05-1941 : HMS Usk sailed from Malta for a patrol off the NW coast of Sicily on 19 April 1941. Anti-submarine activity was intense and Usk was ordered to alter her position. What happened to Usk is not known but she is most likely mined in the vicinity of Cape Bon some time after 25 April 1941. She was reported overdue on 3 May 1941


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