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Grayback (SSG-574) and Growler (SSG-577) alongside each other.135 views
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The Torsk (SS-423) slides into the Piscataqua River during her launching at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., 6 September 1944.135 views
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134 viewsLine up of decommissioned subs at Groton, CT., circa 1947. From left to right:Archerfish (SS-311), Flasher (SS-249), Cobia (SS-245), Croaker (SS-246), Drum (SS-228) & what looks like the Cavalla (SS-244).
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133 viewsBattleship Cove, Fall River, MA. USS Joseph P. Kennedy, JR, USS Lionfish, Hiddensee, and USS MassachussetsOC ...
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132 viewsBow view of the Cavalla (AGSS-244) as she appeared on 1 September 1953.
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132 viewsThe Grayling (SS-209) is shown inside the old erection shed at Portsmouth just before her launching on 4 September 1940. The more leisurely building schedules prior to the war permitted the boats to be brought to an advanced stage of construction before they were launched.
The Drum (SS-228) is under construction on the adjacent ways to the left.
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132 viewsRADM Thomas Withers USN, during commissioning of Lionfish (SS-298) at Navy Yard Portsmouth N.H.
RADM Withers addresses officers and crew.
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131 viewsCommemorative postal cover issued on the occasion of the Blueback's (SS-581) decommissioning, 1 October 1990.
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The crew of the Silversides (SS-236) line the boat on the Hudson River on 27 October 1945 during Navy Day celebrations.129 views
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127 viewsPortside view of the Lionfish (SS-298), possibly at Midway Island, 22 May 1945.
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125 viewsLing (IXSS-297) on display at Hackensack, N.J. post 1972.
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123 viewsMarlin (SST-2), underway, circa 1955.
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123 viewsDrum (SS-228) gets a tug at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME, 12 May 1941.
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