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

USS Skate during building at Mare Island in July NHHC Photograph Collection.

The Dace (SSN-607) at Mare Island under going overhaul in December 1981.

The Dace at Mare Island under going overhaul in December

USS Triton (SS-201), a Tambor-class submarine. The new submarine held her shakedown training in the Caribbean Sea from 14 January 1941 to 26 March and then conducted training and minelaying exercises in the Portsmouth, New Hampshire - New London, Connecticut area. Triton departed Portsmouth on 1 July, transited the Panama Canal on 12 July, and arrived at San Diego, California, on 20 July. Triton received five battle stars for World War II service.

Looking back on a work-horse the Tambor Class sub HQ Photos)

USS Charr departing Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States,

USS Charr departing Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States,

Stern view of USS Gar at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 20 Nov 1943

[Photo] Stern view of USS Gar at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 20 Nov 1943

Stern view of USS Gar at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 20 Nov 1943

USS BLACKFIN US Navy Balao Class Submarine SS-322, originally launched by the Electric Boat Company in 1944 from Groton Connecticut. Blackfin received 3 battle stars for her World II service.

USS BLACKFIN US Navy Balao Class Submarine originally launched by the Electric Boat Company in 1944 from Groton Connecticut. Blackfin received 3 battle stars for her World II service.

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US Submarines at Mare Island 14th Dec 1945 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

6 December US submarines Bashaw Mingo Dragonet Guavina Sunfish Sargo Spearfish and Saury at Mare Island Naval Shipyard California United States.

USS Porpoise (SS-172). At the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 13 October 1942.

USS Porpoise At the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 13 October

USS Nautilus (SS 168), off Mare Island Navy Yard, August 1943. US National Archives photograph, 19-N-49957.

USS Nautilus (SS off Mare Island Navy Yard, August US National Archives photograph,

USS Portland (CA 33) off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 30 July 1944. Her camouflage is Measure 32, Design 7d.[740x556]

USS Portland (CA 33) off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 30 July 1944. Her camouflage is Measure 32, Design 7d.[740x556]

USS Portland off Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California. This is July She would survive thwart only to decommission in July of She was struck from the Navy list and sent to the scrappers on October 1959

SUB ~ Nautilus torpedo room ~ BFD

Photo essay nucleaire submarines Photo Essay: Life on a Navy Submarine A U. Navy nuclear submarine is one of the most mysterious places in which a member of the military could serve.

USS Ohio BB-12 Pictured at Mare Island shortly after being commissioned, 4 October 1904.

USS Ohio a Maine-class battleship, was the third ship of the United States Navy named for the state Ohio was laid down on 22 April 1899 by Union Iron Works, San Francisco. She was launched on 18 May

USS Drum launched at Mare Island

USS Drum launched at Mare Island

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