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July 4th 2015
04:26:00 PM
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Ross Neely MM1 (SS) USN Ret

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Qualified on USS Tirante SS 420 . Direct input, no sub school. Take \'er deep.

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April 19th 2015
05:47:56 PM
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Jim Merritt

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Shared by USSVI Wahoo Base

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Great history of R Boats, many thanks. Served with a Chief Sonarman aboard the USS Abe Lincoln SSBN 602 in the mid 60s that told me he qualified on the R-18, James Collier STC, served well over 30 years.

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April 16th 2015
01:45:36 PM
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mike

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google

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Years ago I acquired a ww1 trench knife. Hand carved in the handle are the words USS Tuna 1941 and what looks to be the initials D.S or possibly D5? Id like to try and locate any information about the original owner if possible.

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March 25th 2015
05:14:25 PM
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David Jackson

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google

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My grandfather died aboard the S-4 in 1927 and I never knew there was such a complete description of the event. I would be interested in anyone else connected with the S-4. His remains and that of his wife now lie in a crumbling mausoleum in RI. I believe this situation to be a result of an unscrupulous attorney an would appreciate assistance in relocation of their remains and exposing the attorney. Ask me what I know. dej09876@gmail.com

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March 5th 2015
11:58:56 AM
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Gerald Uffelman

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From ashipmate on the SSN651

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Great site, will put your site on my queenfish.org site links list.

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February 25th 2015
12:27:44 PM
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Mark Bonnette

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Looking for picutres of my Dad.

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My Dad served on the Thresher 200 class at the end of WWII. I searched for information about this boat when the internet first came out and everything was classified because of the Nuclear Sub., Thresher. I think I found my Dad in one of the pictures on deck. Very cool.

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February 21st 2015
08:55:27 PM
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George Cowie

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Looking for info on USS Milwaukee, wrecked when attempting to rescue H-4.

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Great pix and comments are relevant and appropriate to submarining. Interested in subs since I was a kid, have read many books on them, special interest in the WW2 Atlantic sub wars, but also in us WW2 subs in Pacific. I highly value the contributions of Clay Blair to history of sub warfare.

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February 19th 2015
01:49:18 PM
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Nancy Griffeth

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Navy contacts

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My father was MOMM1 Robert N Estes, and served on the USS Salmon 182 during the years of 1940 to 1946. He was from Birmingham, Alabama. Please contact me with any information of my Dad. He died on Feb. 9, 2015.

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February 17th 2015
09:24:07 AM
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Glenn Travis MM1(SS)

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SSVI web site link

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Served on a Tin Can, DDR 874, between A and Nuke Schools
Then rode the 571 Boat (TDY) and two boomers, 633 & 659 boats (NEC 3351).
I have one question, when did this MMN rate designator come out? All that I can find are descriptions of it. It threw me off while reading Ringo\'s through the Looking Glass Series (and his Uber MMs) heh.



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February 15th 2015
07:24:37 AM
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Walter Bedlien

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from a frend

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I was stationed on board the USS BAYA AGSS318, USS TUNNY SSN, USSGATO SSN, USS BARB SSN, USS WILL ROGERS SSBN, USS ALEXANDER HAMELTON SSBN, USS FLORIDA SSBN.

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February 15th 2015
07:20:01 AM
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Walter Bedlien MSCS/SS Ret.

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Was sent to me by a frend

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This was outstanding, looking forward to reading more of it!!!

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February 13th 2015
11:02:42 AM
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Ron Waller ET1 (SS) Holland Club, Qualified in Submarines March 1962

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Old Submarine Crewmember

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USS Scamp SSN-588, first Nuclear Submarine Class

USS Daniel Webster - 6 Bluenose Patrols, 41 for Freedom, RCLPO.

S5G Prototype - Senior Instructor/RCLPO

Nuclear Qualified S1C, S5W, S5G

Holland Club Member, since March 2012,

Life USSVI

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February 13th 2015
10:07:19 AM
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RUDY OGAS

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USSVI

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PLANK OWNER, USS NATANAEL GREENE SSBN 636, 64-68, USS THOMAS A. EDISON SSBN 610 72-77, MM1(SS) A GANG, QUAL DATE 65. GREAT SITE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR BOATS.

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February 10th 2015
04:09:16 PM
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Prevatte

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By accident

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Great Website---Sub Qualified over 70 years age

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February 9th 2015
07:55:36 AM
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ETC(SS) Thomas Lufkin

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Link sent by fellow submariner

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Fantastic site. Great pictures. I am a tour guide on the H L Hunley and the newspaper article says 23 men died in the boat. Actually she sank three time and killed 21 men including the builder H L Hunley. I am also the Chairman of the Clamagore Restoration Association and we are trying despereatly to save this last of a kind Guppy III and National Historic Monument.

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January 28th 2015
02:47:33 PM
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Harold M Anderson

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San Diego SUBVETS Website

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Enjoyed this thoroughly documented pictorial history of the U.S. Navy\'s first submarine. I had the honor of commanding USS SHARK (SS591) from October 1979 to October 1983. SHARK was a bit bigger, more complicated, and more capable, but you have to start somewhere. Hat\'s off to John P. Holland.

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December 22nd 2014
11:39:09 AM
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Jeff Curtis

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Google search for my father\'s(Jack Curtis) boat - USS Barbero

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My dad served on the Barbero during WW2, and was very active in the Submarine Veterans of WW2 organization. ALso my brother then servied on a boomer class sub, the George C Marshall.

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December 5th 2014
08:18:37 AM
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EARL \"CHARLIE\" WEAVER

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SUB GROUP ON FACEBOOK

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USS SPIKEFISH SS-404 - 61-62 - USS GRENADIER SS-525 64-65

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December 4th 2014
12:55:36 PM
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Joe Craven, MM1/SS

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Saw a link in a submarine group on Facebook

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Sailed on the USS Sturgeon (SSN-637), scrolled through the site and found many interesting stories and photos. Keep up the good work!

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December 1st 2014
06:06:33 PM
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Loren Lyon

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Googled William L. Lyon

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My great uncle was Willam Luther Lyon who was an electrician on the Narwahl D1 under Nimitz. He was completely lost to the family until a few years ago when I tracked down a descendant. He sent me a few photos of WL in his Submariner uniform when he was in his mid forties.
Great site!

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