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USS Albacore (AGSS-569), launching on August 1, 1953182 views
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182 viewsStern view of the Lionfish (SS-298) while undergoing restoration and TLC at Fall River MA.
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181 viewsAlbacore (AGSS-569) at sea, 2 March 1954.
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The Torsk (SS-423) slides into the Piscataqua River during her launching at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., 6 September 1944.181 views
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Albacore (AGSS-569) taken 18 December 1972, it shows the "X" arrangement of the twin rudder assembly..... This was taken during her inactivation.181 views
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At the Washington Navy Yard, D.C., in 1967.180 views
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At the commissioning ceremony of the Bowfin (SS-287) on 1 May 1943, Commander Joseph H. Willingham, Jr. reads his orders and sets the first watch.180 views
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21 July 1959, Gato-class submarine USS Cod (SS-224) was laid down at Electric Boat Company, Groton, CT.180 views
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180 viewsPampanito (SS-383), decommissioning crew photo.
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179 viewsPort side view of the Croaker (SSK-246), underway, circa mid 50's.
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179 viewsWilliam Cramp & Sons Shipbuilding Company facilities, 15 March 1943.
Note the 8 submarines in various stages of construction to the left of the Little Rock (4 per shipway). They are most likely from bottom right to left & bottom to top:
Dragonet (SS-293) bottom right, row 1,
Escolar (SS-294), bottom left row 2,
Devilfish (SS-292) top right, row 1,
Hackleback (SS-295) top left, row 2,
Lancetfish (SS-296) bottom left, row 3.
Ling (SS-297) bottom left, row 4,
Lionfish (SS-298) top left, row 3,
Manta (SS-299) top left, row 4.
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