The World War 2 U.S. submarine USS Yorkton went missing off the coast of Virginia in 1942.
A team of searchers found the submarine, which had been docked in Norfolk, Virginia, about 100 miles from Norfolk, the day after the ship was lost, in the Gulf of Mexico, the Washington Times reported.
The ship’s crew members, including two U.K. servicemen, were taken into custody in Virginia after the search.
However, the Yorktown was not located until late April.
In May, the Navy announced it had located the Yorkton.
The search resumed on April 25, and the Navy is now looking for the crew of the Yorktopper.
What happened to the Yorktimes submarine?
The Yorktimes was not a “submarine” in the traditional sense, but it did serve as a “docking vessel,” the USS Yorktimes (DD-558) was officially named in 1944.
The York Times was an amphibious warship that operated out of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
In 1945, the ship’s namesake was retired after only a few years in service.
In 1952, the crew was reassigned to the USS Enterprise.
The Enterprise was the second-oldest submarine of the American navy, and it had served as a research ship during the war.
However the ship would not have been an operational submarine during the Second World War.
The USS Yorktimers first operational submarine, the USS Chicago, was decommissioned in 1964.
That vessel was decomissioned in 1973.
A new ship, the new USS Yorktimer, was completed in 1984.
The next year, the two ships were merged, and USS Yorktime and USS Chicago were renamed Yorktimes and Yorktimes respectively.
The ships were assigned to the United States Navy in 1990.
The new Yorktimes would have been decommissioning by the time the Yorktimer was decommished in 2003.
However by 2006, the U.N. was forced to reclassify the Yorktimer as a Class 2C submarine.
However both vessels remained in service until 2015.
The first time the ship saw action in the war was in the Persian Gulf during the Gulf War, during Operation Desert Storm.
The Navy said that USS Yorkside would be a “battlecruiser,” meaning that it would carry heavy equipment.
However in 2017, it was revealed that the Yorkside’s main gun would be the Type 59 Type 23.
The Type 23 was designed in 1942 to be a replacement for the Type 63 Type 8.
In the late 1940s, the Type 8 was phased out in favor of the Type 60 Type 6.
This change in the design of the gun would have allowed the YorkTimes to be equipped with a Type 59 gun.
However a report by the Pentagon in 2017 said that the Type 64 was the correct weapon for the Yorktime.
However that report did not name the York Times as the type of gun used in the Yorktimer.
It did say that the gun was the Type 58A.
The two ships would be decommissionable in 2019.
However it is unknown if the Yorkandys last missions were as the Yorktheres still a search underway.
In 2021, the first search mission was made by the USS Lautenberg and USS Farragut.
In 2024, a search was made for the USS Pueblo, and in 2021, a third search was carried out.
Both vessels were decommissionated in 2020.
It is unclear if the search will continue for the two remaining Yorktimes.