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|483k||Lt. Comdr. Andrew C. Bennett was the 1st CO of R-24 (SS-101), 21 August 1918 at Lake Torpedo Boat Co, Bridgeport, CT.||Photo i.d. courtey of Ric Hedman.|
Photographer: Committee Public Information.
National Archives Identifier: 45548601
Local Identifier: 165-WW-505B-030.
Photo courtesy of catalog.archives.gov
Photo added 12/02/17.
|88k||Lake's R-boats R-21-27 / (SS-98/104), were the last of his designs to be built in any numbers. He abandoned amidships diving planes in this class, but his characteristics stern remained. The horizontal tube aft is an access tube connecting the motor room to the tiller room aft.|| Drawing by Jim Christley, text courtesy of U.S. Submarines Through 1945, An Illustrated Design History by Norman Friedman. Naval Institute Press.
|995k||Bow view of the O-11 (SS-72), R-21 (SS-98), R-22 (SS-99), R-24 (SS-101) & R-27 (SS-104) at the Lake Torpedo Boat Company shipyard, Bridgeport, Connecticut on 7 October 1918.||US National Archives photo # 19 lc 1154 from NARA, College Park, Maryland, courtesy of Sean Hert.|
|986k||R-21 (SS-98), R-22 (SS-99), R-23 (SS-100), R-24 (SS-101) & R-27 (SS-104) bow view on 2 January 1919.||US National Archives photo # 19 lc cr 1239 from NARA, College Park, Maryland, courtesy of Sean Hert.|
|134k|| PDF entitled "How the Diesel engine came to America."
The R-24 (SS-101) had her diesel engines overhauled on 27 June 1919.
|Photo courtesy of subvetpaul.com.|
|749k||Port side view of the R-24 (SS-101) in the Reserve Basin at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 22 September 1923, when the boat was undergoing a shipyard overhaul. At the end of 1924 she returned for inactivation.
Among the decommissioned ships nested to the right that are identifiable, is the San Francisco (C-5) (first from left) & the Solace (AH-2) (second on left) and four destroyers. The destroyer second from right is Drayton (DD-23). Visible in the right distance is Coal Barge No. 301.
|Partial text courtesy of DANFS. |
USN photo courtesy of Robert Hurst.
Photo i.d. courtesy of Aryeh Weterhorn, David Johnston (USNR), Darryl Baker & Mike Green & Robert Hurst.
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