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|248k|| The unfinished O-15 (SS-76), is shown at California Ship Building Compand in
Long Beach on 30 March 1918. She was towed to Mare Island by the tug Unalga
||US Navy photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|72k||O-15 (SS-76) in 1918, probably on patrol off the Atlantic coast.||US Navy photo.|
|79k||0-2 (SS-63) & O-15 (SS-76), alongside Rainbow (AS-7), circa 1919. An 18-inch torpedo is being lowered down O-15's forward hatch. Note the retracted 3"/23 gun just forward of 0-2's fairwater, and the "SC-Tube" hydrophone on O-15's foredeck.||U.S. Navy photo NH 44545, courtesy of USNHC.|
|157k||Crew on deck of the O-15 (SS-76) at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 28 June 1919, "Peace Day". It looks like the boats is heading out for operations. The men forward of the Conn look to be closing the torpedo loading hatch and the men forward of them seem to be placing mooring lines in a deck locker. On the bow S1C George V. Peterson, (a cook stiker) appears to be coiling a heavie."||US Navy photo # 19-N-15422, from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), courtesy of Daniel Dunham.
Text info courtesy of Ric Hedman.
|266k||K-1 (SS-32) with other ships of the Atlantic Fleet. The location is Key West, Fla. The boat in the foreground is thought to be the O-15 (SS-76).||US Navy photo courtesy of STSCS(SS) Robert Carlin.
Photo i.d. & text courtesy of Ric Hedman.
|238k||From inboard to outboard: O-11 (SS-72), O-13 (SS-74), O-14 (SS-75) , O-15 (SS-76), O-16 (SS-77), and O-12 (SS-73), at the Washington D.C. Navy Yard, circa 1918-24.||US Navy photo # 80-G-1024950, from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), courtesy of Daniel Dunham.|
|81k||O boats possibly in Phila. PA circa 1924: |
From inboard to outboard: unidentified O boat, [probably O-13 (SS-74) or O-15 (SS-76)] O-11 (SS-72), O-12 (SS-73), O-16 (SS-77) & O-14 (SS-75).
|US Navy photo submitted by Charles Worcester.|
|134k||PDF entitled "How the Diesel engine came to America."||Photo courtesy of subvetpaul.com.|
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