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176 viewsThe USS Cobia in the Manitowoc, WI harbor where she is permanently moored as a memorial to submarine men throughout the world and to the builders of the 28 Manitowoc built submarines.Mar 17, 2019
130 viewsThe Cobia (SS-245), is shown very shortly after it arrived in Manitowoc in its original berth on the south side of the river upon its rearrivial in 1971 as a museum ship at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Manitowoc, WI.Aug 05, 2018
USS Cobia, 809 S. Eighth St. Manitowoc, Evening photograph - 15 June 2007, 23:51:49140 viewsJun 21, 2018
121 viewsLine up of decommissioned subs at Groton, CT., circa 1947. From left to right:Archerfish (SS-311), Flasher (SS-249), Cobia (SS-245), Croaker (SS-246), Drum (SS-228) & what looks like the Cavalla (SS-244).May 21, 2018
162 viewsCobia (SS-245), on display at Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Manitowoc, WI, September 1989.Mar 18, 2018
155 viewsMar 16, 2018
Maritime Museum Manitowoc and the USS Cobia167 viewsNov 27, 2017
USS Cobia commissioning231 viewsThe national ensign is saluted by Cobia's (SS-245) crew on 29 March 1944 during her commissioning.Nov 27, 2017
USS Cobia164 viewsBurying of Ralph Clark Huston Jr. He was wounded in action on 26 February 1945 during a surface attack with 2 Japanese vessels. He died the following morning, and was then buried at sea.Nov 27, 2017
Cobia (SS-245) on display at Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Manitowoc, WI.169 viewsNov 27, 2017
Personnel transfer from Boarfish (SS-325) to Cobia (SS-245) during fifth patrol.166 viewsNov 27, 2017
175 viewsNov 27, 2017
USS Cobia (SS-245)162 viewsCobia (SS-245) slides down the ways on 28 November 1943.Nov 26, 2017
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