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91 viewsCobia (SS-245), on display at Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Manitowoc, WI, September 1989.
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66 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.
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65 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).
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USS Cobia (SS-245)92 viewsCobia (SS-245) slides down the ways on 28 November 1943.
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Personnel transfer from Boarfish (SS-325) to Cobia (SS-245) during fifth patrol.96 views
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Cobia (SS-245) on display at Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Manitowoc, WI.101 views
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USS Cobia93 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.
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USS Cobia, 809 S. Eighth St. Manitowoc, Evening photograph - 15 June 2007, 23:51:4975 views
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USS Cobia commissioning160 viewsThe national ensign is saluted by Cobia's (SS-245) crew on 29 March 1944 during her commissioning.
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81 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.
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Maritime Museum Manitowoc and the USS Cobia97 views
   
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