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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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November 20th 2014
09:14:55 AM
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jim corrigan usn ret.

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by accident

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very interested in all things navy. great web site.

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November 7th 2014
12:56:44 PM
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kent bahr

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The Burning Shore bibliography...a book about loss of U-701

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Very pleased to find this site! Am an avid submarine buff! Tried to join navy to get into submarines but failed physical due to eyesight. Ended up in U.S. Army as a medic in Vietnam. But have never lost love/interest in submarines. Would do anything to go on a patrol.

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October 15th 2014
07:04:23 AM
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Sean Freeman

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Linked In

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Qualified aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt, SSBN 600 (G) December 17, 1976.

Great site... Just finished a visit of the USS Clamagore - will be posting some photos soon. She is in desperate need and there is talk about scuttling her to make her a reef.

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October 7th 2014
04:13:36 PM
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Richard Lee

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Rontini\'s BBS

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Great site. I qualified in Carbonero SS-337 in Jan. 1960 then off to Nuc. School. Plankowner of USS Plunger SSN-595.
Look back on my service in the boats fondly. Wish now that I had had more time in a diesel boat.

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September 28th 2014
06:29:08 PM
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Marty Rice

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e-mail

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This is one of the most interesting & informaive sites I\'ve seen about subs,pigboats, sub crews,,,,,I qualified Charr (SS-328) in Aug 1965 near the end of a WestPac deployment. Served on four other diesels as well as three SSNs
I praise the Lord every day of my like that I was allowed to serve on the boats. If needed I would sign on again (if we still had diesels).
Marty Rice
QMC(SS) Ret

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September 28th 2014
01:58:43 PM
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Melvin T. Smith

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Searching my husband boat; the Snapper

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Looking for information on crew members and stories.

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August 31st 2014
03:25:00 PM
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Corey D. Davis

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A chance wikipedia search--US submarines

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Your site here is excellent! I am somewhat of a historian, and I am exploring...

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July 23rd 2014
05:39:34 PM
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Steve Lacey

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Sub site on linkedIn

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Great site. My first boat was USS Trutta SS421 out of Key West in 1964 then on to nuke school. Served on three minesweeps after Thresher sank and all grads shipped off to wherever. Next on to USS Nathan Hale SSBN 623 then back to Key West on USS Picuda SS 382. Loved the sub service great people.

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July 19th 2014
11:51:19 AM
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Don James

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Other sub URL

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Glad to have found this site. I was in the last of the nuke school classes where SS qual was a pre-req, Class 63-4. I first qualified on the Sea Leopard, SS-483, and that was the best duty I ever saw in the Navy, although later service on the 611 and 598 was FAR from bad.

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July 8th 2014
10:39:39 PM
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Barry Leon

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Through the Silent Service Group via LinkedIn.com

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A Ganger aboard USS Daniel Webster SSBN 626(B) in the late 70\'s. Worked at Electric Boat in Groton, CT for over 30 years. I have a rather big collection of qualification pins from around the world and always looking for others with the same hobbly.

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July 6th 2014
03:19:04 PM
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capt.kevin readdyek

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google search

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am capt/owner of holland boat-------.
hi!

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May 3rd 2014
05:19:01 PM
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Steven Dale FTG1 SS

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other web site link

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I served & qualified on the USS Tautog SSN639 on July 27 1978. The Tautog\'s 199s sister ship. They both were proud boats & both ended up going to the scrap yard. A very sad ending for such wonderful boats!

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March 27th 2014
09:25:31 AM
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Leo Rice

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surfing the web

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My uncle and name sake, Robert Leo Rice (RM3) served on the USS Pompano. He was the eldest of five brothers, my dad being the second, and I never knew him. He went down with the Pompano\'s crew in 1943. I was born in 1949 and served on the USS Hunley (AS31).

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March 24th 2014
05:16:35 PM
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Bob MacPherson

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Submarine Photo Index

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Tremendous resource for all of us novices who are learning about our submarine History. I received a few resources from my USSVI Requin base commander that I am researching now. It concerns the Sugar boats of the Asiatic Fleet (S-36-S41) and their cruise in 1938. Great story!

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March 7th 2014
10:34:56 AM
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Jim Durgin

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google

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Been going through my father\'s archives. He was a WWII vet. My great Uncle Calvin was a high ranking Navy commander during WWII. I have a great photo of the crew of the U.S.S. S-32. I can send image to anyone who is interested (don\'t know how to post on this site). Thanks.

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February 28th 2014
11:35:04 PM
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Daniel Sweeney

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web

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able to identify barefoot sailor standing on left of conning twr with bare feet, its my grandfather Daniel J Sweeney he kept the log on USS E2

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February 12th 2014
05:22:35 PM
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SKC w d Leasure, USN (Ret)

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Surfing the web

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I saw a license plate today with SS-203 on it and decided to check it out.
Being retired Navy I was curious as to name of sub. I live in the same hometown as Richard Podwell who was lost with the Thresher. He and I went to Toronto (Ohio) High School together. He was a really good and funny guy. Now he\'s on eternal patrol. God rest his soul

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