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|Launched:||7 May 1943|
|Commissioned:||31 May 1943|
|Fate:||lost, probably sunk by Japanese|
|Length:||311 feet 9 inches|
|Beam:||27 feet 3 inches|
|Complement:||60 officers and men|
|Armament:||one four-inch gun, ten 21-inch torpedo tubes|
Bonefish arrived at Brisbane, Australia, on 30 August 1943. Between 15 September 1943 and June 1945 she completed seven war patrols in the South China Sea, East China Sea, Java Sea, Celebes Sea, Sulu Sea, and Sibuyan Sea. Bonefish sank 12 Japanese vessels totaling 61,345 tons, including the Japanese destroyer Inazuma on 14 May 1944.
Bonefish departed Guam on 28 May 1945 for her eighth patrol as part of a submarine group under Commander G. W. Price for operations in the Sea of Japan. On the morning of 18 June Bonefish received permission to conduct a patrol of Toyama Wan, Honshu. She was never heard from again. Bonefish was probably the submarine attacked by the Japanese on 18 June.
See USS Bonefish for other ships of the same name.