The frigate HMS LOCH KILLIN, (LCDR. S. Darling, RANVR), depth-charged the German submarine U736, off the French coast. The U-boat was blown to the surface and jammed across LOCH KILLIN’S stern. The submarine’s crew stepped onto LOCH KILLIN’S, deck to be taken prisoner. U736 was freed, and sunk by HMS STARLING, (sloop).
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