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125 viewsPort side view of the Croaker (SSK-246), underway, circa mid 50's.Mar 31, 2018
134 viewsUS submarine Cod (SS-224) down the ways, 21 March 1943.Mar 20, 2018
143 viewsCobia (SS-245), on display at Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Manitowoc, WI, September 1989.Mar 18, 2018
138 viewsMar 17, 2018
At the Washington Navy Yard, D.C., in 1967.125 viewsMar 17, 2018
136 viewsMar 16, 2018
128 viewsMar 16, 2018
Clamagore (SS-343) at sea on 8 February 1952.127 viewsMar 16, 2018
129 viewsMar 14, 2018
121 viewsMar 14, 2018
132 viewsOn 7 March 1952 Batfish (SS-310) was recommissioned and on 21 April assigned to Submarine Division 122 based at Key West, Fla., to carry out training duty.
LCDR R. D. Jackson (Commanding Officer) reads his orders at the commissioning of the Batfish. Left to right: CDR M. K. Clementson (Commander, SUBGRU 1); Col. O. H. Wheeler (Commander, Marine Barracks Mare Island); CDR Paul F. Borden (Shipyard Legal Officer); Capt W. A. Lent (CO, Mare Island Group, Pacific Reserve Fleet); LCDR Jackson; RADM Leon S. Fiske (Vallejo Area Commander) & RADM Bernard E. Manseau (Shipyard Commander).
Mar 06, 2018
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.Mar 03, 2018
127 viewsWith her wake streaming behind, the Cavalla (SS-244), heads into Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1945Mar 03, 2018
137 viewsDecommissioning Ceremony Program for the Nautilus (SSN-571), which was held on board the ship at Mare Island Naval Shipyard on 3 March 1980.Mar 02, 2018
127 viewsCavalla (SS-244), makes her way into port, circa 1945.Feb 28, 2018
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