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Wolf Pack Wolf

Wolf was a wolf pack of German U-boats that operated from 13 July to 1 August 1942, attacking Convoy ON-113 in the Battle of the Atlantic during World War II. They sank two ships sunk totalling 12,078 gross register tons (GRT) and damaged another (8,093 GRT).

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USS Sculpin (SS-191) - Service History - World War II
... Sculpin and two other submarines were to form a wolf pack to make coordinated attacks on the enemy, with either Searaven or Apogon ... and was in the picture on, was on board Sculpin to coordinate wolf pack operations ... On 29 November, Captain Cromwell was ordered to activate the wolf pack ...

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