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Specifications:Hull: FiberglassBeam: 11' - 8"Length: 31' - 11"Weight: 18,000 lbsSpeed: 35 knotsEngines: Two Detroit V350 Marine DieselJet Pumps: Two Jacuzzi's at 10,000 Gals/MinArmament: Forward - Twin 50 cal. Machine Guns? ? ? Center - One M60 7.…
Normal Displacement: 14.94 TonsMax Speed: 5.6 kts (Sub), 7.7 kts (Surface)Range: 300 miles @ 7 kts (Surface) ? ? ? ? ? ? 63 miles @ 3 kts (Submerged)Armament: 2 External Loaded 21" ElectricPropultion ? Diesel (Surface) 60 hp? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? Elec…
Normal Displacement: 13.4 TonsMaximum Speed: 40 kts SubmergedRange: 13.7 miles @ 40 kts, 48 miles @ 20 ktsWarhead: 3417 lbs High ExplosivesPropultion: Hydrogen Peroxide 1500 HPCrew: 2Dimensions: 54' - 0" Long, 4' - 6" Wide
First operational dep…
U.S. Navy submarines paid heavily for their success in World War II. A total of 374 officers and 3131 men are on board these 52 U.S. Submarines still on "patrol."
Albacore · Amberjack · Argonaut · Barbel · Bonefish &…
In memory ofthe brave submariners who gave their livesin peace-time for their country.USS F-4 ? ? ? ? ? USS S-4 USS H-1 ? ? ? ? ? USS G-2 USS F-1 ? ? ? ? ? USSO-5 USS S-51 ? ? ? ? ? USS O-9USS SqualusSSN Thresher ? ? ? SSN Scorpion II
Commissioned ? ? ? ? ? November 22, 1939U.S. Navy Yard ? ? ? ? ? Mare Island, Calif.
Over Due - Lost ? May 1944
In memory of 78 officers and men
By sinking a Japanese submarine on January 27, 1942, she became the first U.S. submarine in h…
In memory ofhundreds of thousands of women and girls from Korea, China, Taiwan, the Philippines, the Netherlands, and Indonesia who were forced into sexual slavery bythe Armed Forces of Imperial Japanbefore and during World War II.
In memory of the Honorable Brigadier Gen. Enoch Poor of the State of New Hampshire who departed this life on the 8 day of Sept. 1780 aged 44 Years.———————-Washington, Lafayette and a portion of the America…
Dedicated May 30, 1908to the memory of theSoldiers and Sailors wholost their lives in thewars of the United States.
In memory ofCol. Richard Varickformerly Mayor of the City ofNew - Yorkand at the time of his deceasePresident of the AmericanBible - SocietyBorn 25th March 1753Died 30th July 1831Aged 78 Yrs 4 Mos 5 Days