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128 viewsThe Growler (SSG-577) on the launching ways on 5 April 1958 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.
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128 viewsMrs. Robert K. Byerts, widow of Comdr. Thomas B. Oakley, Jr., who commanded the third Growler (SS-215) on her 9th, 10th, and fatal 11th war patrols sponsors the new Growler (SSG-577) on the launching ways on 5 April 1958 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.
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127 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.
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Grayback (SSG-574) and Growler (SSG-577) alongside each other.126 views
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126 viewsLaunching of Ling (SS-297) at Cramp Shipbuilding Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 15 August 1943.
Note her hull # is 552. The numbers on their side are undoubtedly an internal construction number used by Cramp. Simon Lake also used in-house numbers on his O & R class boats while they were still in his yard.
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126 viewsShown after her reactivation in late 1951, Bowfin (SS-287) was assigned to SUBRON 3 and 5 during the Korean conflict.
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126 viewsSquadron 12, Key West Fla, in Mid 60's: Marlin (SST-2) and Mackerel (SST-1).
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126 viewsBattleship Cove, Fall River, MA. USS Joseph P. Kennedy, JR, USS Lionfish, Hiddensee, and USS MassachussetsOC ...
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The Torsk (SS-423) slides into the Piscataqua River during her launching at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., 6 September 1944.126 views
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125 viewsSub Ron 8 from a different perspective: Corporal (SS-346) is on the port side of the diamond, Cobbler (SS-344) is on starboard side Clamagore (SS-343) up front and Blenny (SS-324) bringing up the rear, circa 1968-71, location unknown.
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125 viewsCrewmen of the submarine stand ready during commissioning ceremonies at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME. 17 August 1968. The Dolphin (AGSS-555), a new breed of submarinein the US Navy, is an experimental craft which the navy says can submerge deeper than any other known submarine....
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125 viewsFrom L to R: Sealion (SS-315), Argonaut (SS-475), Requin (SS-481), Runner (SS-476) & Redfin (SS-272).
Orion (AS-18) is on the other side of the pier together with other boats, end of year holidays in 1966.
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124 viewsOn May 22, the DOLPHIN was safely towed back to harbor. The photo shows the DOLPHIN during the tow.
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124 viewsCavalla (SS-244) goes out on an op some time in 1960.
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