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116 viewsNov 29, 2018
123 viewsPortside view of the Bowfin (SS-287), at Pearl Harbor, probably after she was decommissioned 1 December 1971.Nov 29, 2018
128 viewsFrom the Pensacola News Journal - Monday, June 14, 2004.
"World War II submarine making stops along coast."
Associated Press KEY WEST -Navy veterans and local dignitaries celebrated the arrival of a World War II-era submarine as the Razorback (SS-394) made its first U.S. stop in the Florida Keys on Sunday en route to its new home on the banks of the Arkansas River.
The city of North Little Rock, Ark., acquired the submarine from Turkey in March after the Turkish Navy, which purchased the sub from U.S. Navy in 1970, decommissioned it.
John Ranguette of Fort Myers served on the Razorback from 1960 to 1962 and was on hand at Key West to welcome her home.
"She looks beat up, but she sure looks beautiful to us," Ranguette said after touring the Razorback . "She has some rust and so forth, but I
Nov 28, 2018
139 viewsSailors from Strategic Command and Navy Operational Support Center, Omaha prepare the surface of the T-1 class submarine Marlin (SST-2), for painting at the U.S. Naval Museum in Freedom Park on 25 August 2009. The community service project was part of Omaha Navy Week. Navy Weeks are designed to show Americans the investment they have made in their Navy and increase awareness in cities that do not have a significant Navy presence.Nov 19, 2018
127 viewsThe start of a long journey for the Cavalla (SS-244), as she slides down the lauching ways at the Electric Boat Co., Groton, CT., 14 November 1943.Nov 13, 2018
136 viewsOn 10 November 1966, the Nautilus (SSN-571) collided with the Essex (CV-9) while running submerged about 350 miles east of Morehead City, North Carolina, during underway replenishment exercises. Both ships returned to port unassisted. The submarine received extensive damage to its sail area and went to New London, The carrier sustained an open hull cut in the bow area and proceeded to Norfolk, Virginia.Nov 09, 2018
124 viewsThe Dolphin (AGSS-555) is now waterborne on the Piscataqua River, Kittery, ME.Nov 08, 2018
109 viewsBlenny (SS-324) and Becuna (SS-319) still in commission, but in the Philadelphia Naval Yard to decommission about 1969. Dogfish (SS-350) in background in for over haul.Nov 06, 2018
99 viewsPortside view of the Lionfish (SS-298), possibly at Midway Island, 22 May 1945.Nov 06, 2018
95 viewsPampanito (SS-383), commissioning crew photo.Nov 05, 2018
Bow view showing the progress of the Silversides (SS-236) & the Trigger (SS-237) under construction at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA., 1 July 1941.111 viewsNov 01, 2018
Bow view & crew of the Drum (SS-228), entering Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1941-45.113 viewsNov 01, 2018
93 viewsLing (SS-297) is wearing a light camouflage paint scheme in this 6th July 1945 photo during sea trials.Oct 31, 2018
129 viewsFrom left to right:Mackerel (SST-1), unknown, Medregal (SS-480), Batfish (SS-310) & Chivo (SS-341) at Key West, 1955.Oct 31, 2018
106 viewsRADM Thomas Withers USN, during commissioning of Lionfish (SS-298) at Navy Yard Portsmouth N.H.
RADM Withers addresses officers and crew.
Oct 31, 2018
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