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Tempest (N86)

1935 - 1970: T Class

13th Feb, 1942 the boat was detected and depth charged by the Italian Circe in the Gulf of Taranto. Following an epic struggle the submarine was forced to the surface in heavy seas. The Italians botched the rescue and there were just twenty-four survivors.

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Roll of Honour

E Baines  Leading Telegraphist
J Burns  Petty Officer
D Cameron  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class Buried in Bari
W Cavaye  Lieutenant Commander
A Collett  Stoker 1st Class
T Cope  Stoker 1st Class
A Cronin  Able Seaman
G Davies  Stoker 2nd Class
R Eales  Able Seaman
E Fiddes  Stoker Petty Officer
C Frain  Leading Seaman
R Gomer  Petty Officer Cook
G Hardy  Stoker 1st Class
P Jackson  Telegraphist
A Jury  Leading Stoker MID
D Kelly  Stoker 1st Class
F Lavender  Stoker 1st Class
D Loose  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
E Lowin  Leading Seaman
J Meek  Able Seaman
J Morrison  Stoker 1st Class
M Neel-Wall  Lieutenant
G Parsons  Leading Cook
H Pritchard  Able Seaman
F Rear  Stoker 1st Class
J Sanders  Petty Officer Telegraphist
E Shipley  Leading Steward
A Spowart  Chief Stoker
F Stevens  Chief Engine Room Artificer
C Waddell  Leading Stoker
R Wainwright  Stoker Petty Officer
A Waugh  Able Seaman
H Whitfield  Able Seaman
D Williams  Able Seaman
J Winter  Able Seaman


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