reload torpedoes

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  • Two reload torpedoes were also carried; their air flasks, however, had to be charged before they could be used, a process that took several hours.
  • Four of the torpedoes could be replaced by an equal number of reload torpedoes for the submarine.
  • Sources disagree if any reload torpedoes were carried.
  • A single quadruple mount for 21 inch (533 mm) torpedoes was fitted, with a single set of reload torpedoes.
  • Here, she offloaded all her reload torpedoes (keeping only those in her tubes) and three-inch ammunition, and took on one million rounds of .30-caliber ammunition desperately needed by Allied forces in the Philippines.
  • She put in at Subic Bay from 20 April to 24 April to reload torpedoes, then sailed on to patrol off Formosa on lifeguard duty, during which she rescued one downed pilot.
  • The ships were powered by two triple expansion engines fed by water tube boilers, giving a speed of, and were armed by two torpedo tubes (with two reload torpedoes carried onboard), a 65 mm and six 47 mm guns.