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128 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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127 viewsProbable postwar photo of Croaker (SS-246) carrying a Bofors, a later war 5" 25 aft, and flying a homeward bound pennant.
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127 viewsCommissioning of Silversides (SS-236) at Mare Island, California on 15 December 1941.
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126 viewsLCdr J.R. McDonnell waves from the Dolphin's (AGSS-555) conning tower as she begins to enter bow first at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., on 6 August 1968.
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125 viewsThe Growler (SSG-577) slides down the launching ways on 5 April 1958 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.
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125 viewsDrum (SS-228) sliding down the lauching ways at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME, 12 May 1941.
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Requin (SS-481) underway, date and location unknown.125 views
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124 viewsBecuna (SS-319) arrives at Penn's Landing, 21 June 1976.
"Mr. and Mrs. Dames Donnelley and their four year old son Thomas James, standing on Penn's Landing as the submarine Becuna (SS-319) is guided to its last berth by a T and A tug."
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124 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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