Sea Wolf Park Emme Katie Jordyn and Rachael
Importance • The importance of Sea Wolf Park is to show a memorial of the lost submarine USS Seawolf. It helped in the WW2 by defending the Pacific. It is the only remaining submarine left that sank an aircraft carrier.
In 1952 USS Cavalla was converted to a submarine killer, which means it was designed to track and attack other submarines. We learned that the sailors lived in tight spaces. Their food and water were limited. We also learned that the USS Cavalla could hold up to 24 torpedoes, and have up to 80 crew members. “We shall never forget that it was our Submarines that held the lines against the enemy while our fleets replaced losses and repaired wounds!” -C.W Nimitz, Fleet Admiral USN