Submarine of the ShCh (Scuka) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Mod||4th group (Type V-modified-2)|
|Built by||Baltiyskiy Zavod (Leningrad, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 189|
|Laid down||6 Nov 1933|
|Launched||1 Aug 1934|
|Commissioned||4 Aug 1935|
|End service||23 Apr 1948|
Decommissioned on 23 April 1948.
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Notable events involving ShCh-307 include:
10 Aug 1941
ShCh-307 torpedoed and sank German U-boat U-144 in the Baltic Sea west of Dagö, in position 58°58'N, 21°24,5'E. (1)
2 Oct 1942
While on patrol in the Aland Sea ShCh-307 fires two torpedoes against the Finnish merchant Wanda (1902 GRT). Both torpedoes missed their target.
11 Oct 1942
ShCh-307 attacked a convoy with two torpedoes south of Aland in position 59°58'N 19°39'E. The Finnish (?) merchant Orient (4160 GRT) and the small German tanker Hiddensee (643 GRT) were missed in this attack.
21 Oct 1942
Shch-307 attacked a convoy and fires two torpedoes against ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 10000 GRT, both torpedoes failed to hit their target.
26 Oct 1942
ShCh-307 torpedoed and sank the Finnish merchant Betty H. (2478 GRT) south of Aland in position 59°54'N, 19°45'E.
16 Oct 1944
ShCh-307 attacks a convoy off Ventspils, Latvia. Four torpedoes were fired but none found their intended target.
29 Oct 1944
ShCh-307 fires two torpedoes against ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 10000 GRT. Both torpedoes missed their target.
3 Nov 1944
While on patrol near Akmenrags, Latvia ShCh-307 makes two attacked firing two torpedoes in each attack. The first attack at 2157 hours was against ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 5000 GRT, the second attack 16 minutes later was against ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 3000 GRT. All four torpedoes fired during these two attacked failed to hit their intended target.
9 Jan 1945
ShCh-307 fires two torpedoes against ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 10000 GRT south-west of Libau in position 56°14'N, 20°28'E. Both torpedoes missed their target. ShCh-307 was depth charged by the German auxiliary patrol vessel V 317 / Wega but managed to escape.
16 Jan 1945
ShCh-307 torpedoed and sank the German merchant Henrietta Schulze (1923 GRT) south-west of Libau in position 56°19'N, 20°23'E.
6 Mar 1945
Received the Red Banner Award. Her commander M.S. Kalinin received the honourable rank of The Hero of the Soviet Union simultaneously. (1)
28 Apr 1948
Disarmed and reformed to floating charging station PZS-5 (1)
5 Sep 1995
Conning tower of this boat was installed at the Memorial of Victory at Poklonnaya hill in Moscow (1)
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