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Torsk (SS-423) shows the flag in 1958.121 views
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LCDR. Albert W. Bontier, reading orders of taking command of the Razorback (SS-394) during her commissioning ceremony on 3 April 1944.120 views
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120 viewsDecommissioning Ceremony Program for the Nautilus (SSN-571), which was held on board the ship at Mare Island Naval Shipyard on 3 March 1980.
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120 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.
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119 viewsThis photo is post overhaul sea trials (she would be recommissioned on 01 June 1954). She sports the "step sail" that she would retain until 1962, and she has the distinctive rounded "GUPPY" bow and snorkel.
Starboard view of the Razorback (SS-394), late January 1954.
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Razorback (SS-394) was christened by Mrs. H.F.D. Davis.119 views
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Starboard side view of the Lionfish (SS-298), probably circa 1950's, her deck gun has been removed.119 views
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The USS Razorback off Hawaii, 1960's117 views
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117 viewsOfficers and crew line the deck of the Batfish (SS-310) as she is waterborne following her launching at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N.H., 5 May 1943.
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117 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.
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