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Hulbert

At about 0758 on 7 December, Hulbert, variously cited as a destroyer and as a seaplane tender, reported shooting down a Japanese aircraft, a claim supported by the seaplane tender Thornton moored opposite at the dock in South-East Loch. Lieutenant Commander J. M. Lane, skipper of Hulbert, succeeded in taking her to sea and reported as she went down the harbor at about 1840 sighting a submarine periscope and made an attempt to ram, without result.

See also: Midget submarine; South-East Loch.

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CAMPAIGN 62 Pearl Harbor 1941