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139 viewsMrs. Robert K. Byerts, widow of Comdr. Thomas B. Oakley, Jr., who commanded the third Growler (SS-215) on her 9th, 10th, and fatal 11th war patrols sponsors the new Growler (SSG-577) on the launching ways on 5 April 1958 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.
USS Drum (SS-228) at Battleship Memorial Park Mobile, Alabama - 25 September 1994139 views
138 viewsThe Growler (SSG-577) on the launching ways on 5 April 1958 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.
138 viewsSub Ron 8 from a different perspective: Corporal (SS-346) is on the port side of the diamond, Cobbler (SS-344) is on starboard side Clamagore (SS-343) up front and Blenny (SS-324) bringing up the rear, circa 1968-71, location unknown.
137 viewsLaunching of Ling (SS-297) at Cramp Shipbuilding Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 15 August 1943.
Note her hull # is 552. The numbers on their side are undoubtedly an internal construction number used by Cramp. Simon Lake also used in-house numbers on his O & R class boats while they were still in his yard.
137 viewsCrewmen of the submarine stand ready during commissioning ceremonies at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME. 17 August 1968. The Dolphin (AGSS-555), a new breed of submarinein the US Navy, is an experimental craft which the navy says can submerge deeper than any other known submarine....
137 viewsEarly 1944 photo of the Redfish (SS-395), Ronquil (SS-396) & Razorback (SS-394) under construction and soon to be launched, with prefabricated sections and other building parts for the soon to be constructed Piper (SS-409) & Threadfin (SS-410) in the foreground.
136 viewsCavalla (SS-244) goes out on an op some time in 1960.
136 viewsStarboard quarter view of the Cod (SS-224), circa possibly 1950's, probably when she was a reserve trainer after 1946. Note that all her deck armament has been removed.
136 viewsSquadron 12, Key West Fla, in Mid 60's: Marlin (SST-2) and Mackerel (SST-1).
136 viewsFrom L to R: Sealion (SS-315), Argonaut (SS-475), Requin (SS-481), Runner (SS-476) & Redfin (SS-272).
Orion (AS-18) is on the other side of the pier together with other boats, end of year holidays in 1966.
135 viewsOn May 22, the DOLPHIN was safely towed back to harbor. The photo shows the DOLPHIN during the tow.
135 viewsCommemorative postal cover marking Becuna's (SS-319) commissioning, 27 May 1944
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