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USS Skate (SS-305) during building at Mare Island in July 1943. NHHC Photograph Collection.

USS Skate (SS-305) during building at Mare Island in July 1943. NHHC Photograph Collection.

USS Montpelier at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States following overhaul, 21 Oct 1944; USS Indianapolis in background

[Photo] USS Montpelier at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States following overhaul, 21 Oct 1944; USS Indianapolis in background

USS Montpelier at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States following overhaul, 21 Oct 1944; USS Indianapolis in background

The Guitarro launching at Mare Island http://www.navsource.org/archives/08/0866508.jpg

The Guitarro launching at Mare Island http://www.navsource.org/archives/08/0866508.jpg

WHO-Tube: How a World War II Submarine Works - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/whotube-2/whotube-how-a-world-war-ii-submarine-works.html

WHO-Tube: How a World War II Submarine Works - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/whotube-2/whotube-how-a-world-war-ii-submarine-works.html

USS Ohio (BB-12) at Mare Island, 1904 by Konabish ~ Greg Bishop

USS Ohio (BB-12) at Mare Island, 1904 by Konabish ~ Greg Bishop

USS Gabilan arriving in port in Australia, late 1944

[Photo] USS Gabilan arriving in port in Australia, late 1944

USS Gabilan arriving in port in Australia, late 1944

Housed at Battleship Memorial Park, this World War II era Gato-class submarine is also a National Historic Landmark.

Housed at Battleship Memorial Park, this World War II era Gato-class submarine is also a National Historic Landmark.

The USS Clamagore was a Balao-class submarine built in 1945 at the Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut. The submarine was still in training when World War II ended. The unique name comes from the clamagore or blue parrotfish, found in the West Indies and along the Atlantic coast. She opera

The USS Clamagore was a Balao-class submarine built in 1945 at the Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut. The submarine was still in training when World War II ended. The unique name comes from the clamagore or blue parrotfish, found in the West Indies and along the Atlantic coast. She opera

USS Wahoo (SS 238) is launched at Mare Island Navy Yard, Calif., just eight months after her keel was laid. Her captain on her last patrol was the famous submariner, Dudley "Mush" Morton. The submarine now rests on Eternal Patrol off the islands of Japan, where she sank in WWII

USS Wahoo (SS 238) is launched at Mare Island Navy Yard, Calif., just eight months after her keel was laid. Her captain on her last patrol was the famous submariner, Dudley "Mush" Morton. The submarine now rests on Eternal Patrol off the islands of Japan, where she sank in WWII

USS Ohio BB-12 departing Mare Island August 1915.

USS Ohio BB-12 departing Mare Island August 1915.

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