1936(Saratoga Model Shipyard SMY-49)
- Class: Argonaut (V-4 class) - 1 minelaying submarine of 1925
- Displacement: 2,710/4,164 tons
- Dimensions: 381' x 33'10" x 15'4"
- Machinery: 2-shaft Diesels, S.H.P. 3,175/2,400 = 15/8 knots
- Armament: 4-21" T.T.(bow) w/ 16 torpedoes, 2 mine tubes (stern) w/ 60 mines; 2-6"/53 guns
- Complement: 88
- Builder: Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine
- Keel Laid: 1 May 1925
- Launched: 10 Nov 1927
- Commissioned: 2 Apr 1928
- Service: Commissioned as Fleet Submarine USS V-4 (SF-7). Largest U.S. non-nuclear submarine, based on German U-cruiser designs. Redesignated Minelayer Submarine (SM-1), 1 Jul 1931; renamed Argonaut 19 Feb 1932. On patrol near Midway at time of Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Sent to Mare Island for conversion to a troop transport in Jan 1942. Carried portion of Carlson's Marine Raiders on Makin Island Raid, 16-18 Aug 1942. Redesignated Transport Submarine (APS-1), 22 Sep 1942. (Never formally designated SS-166, although that hull number was reserved for her.) Sunk by Japanese destroyers Isokaze, Maikaze, Hamakaze and aircraft, 10 Jan 1943, between New Britain and Bougainville; 105 lost. Awarded two battle stars for her World War II service.