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126 viewsTorsk (SS-423), Billfish (SS-286) & Carp (SS-338) moored together in Spring/Early Summer of 1968 @ Boston Navy Yard after Torsk's Decommisioning and before she was towed to Washington D.C. for use as a Reserve Trainer. Billfish or Carp was the training boat in Boston at the time.
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126 viewsTorsk (SS-423), maneuvering in line abreast formation during exercises off Block Island, Rhode Island, in April 1947. Nearest submarine is Sarda (SS-488). Torsk is next. Both are fitted with 5"/25 deck guns fore and aft.
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99 viewsTorsk (SS-423) underway 30 July 1954.
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125 viewsTorsk (SS-423) in drydock after sandblasting and primer has been applied.
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119 viewsOn August 14th, 1945, TORSK sank Japanese coastal defense vessels Nos. 13 and 37. The crew would later learn that they earned the distinction of sinking the last combat vessels of the war.
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The Torsk (SS-423) slides into the Piscataqua River during her launching at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., 6 September 1944.107 views
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Torsk (SS-423) shows the flag in 1958.141 views
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