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|379k||S-24 (SS-129), S-25 (SS-130) & S-28 (SS-133) at Groton, CT, 4 May 1923.||USN photo # 19-N-10271, from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), courtesy of Daniel Dunham.|
|341k||Stern view of the S-25 (SS-130) on a temporary wooden platform at Groton, CT, 5 July 1923.||USN photo # 19-N-10273, from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), courtesy of Daniel Dunham.|
|123k||S-25 (SS-130) is seen on the Marine Railway at the Boston Navy Yard on 22 October 1923.|| Boston Navy Yard photo # 7158, National Park Service,
Boston National Historical Park, cat. no. BOSTS-14143 courtesy of
Stephen P. Carlson,
Charlestown Navy Yard.
|135k||Portside view of the S-25 (SS-130) possibly off New London, CT., during 1923 - 24.||USN photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
The Submarine Tender Holland (AS-3)
in port, with several S-boats type submarines alongside, circa 1926.
Note the Submarine Division Eleven insignia on the fairwaters of the two inboard subs.
Submarines present are (from inboard to outboard):
S-6 (SS-111) &
|U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 53436.|
|93k||Savannah (AS-8) at anchor with two submarines moored to her port side, during the 1920s. The outboard submarine is S-25 (SS-130).||USN photo # NH 67870, from U.S. Naval Historical Center, courtesy of Donald M. McPherson, 1969.|
|114k||Savannah (AS-8) at Portland, OR., during the 1920s. Submarines alongside are (from left to right): S-27 (SS-132), S-29 (SS-134) and S-25 (SS-130).||Photo by Peck.
USN photo # NH 71012 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.
Photo donated to the US Naval Historical Center by LT. Gustave Freret, USN (Retired), 1970.
|106k||Portside view of the S-25 (SS-130) with crew on deck in moderate seas, during the 1920s.||USN photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|106k||Bow on view of the S-25 (SS-130) at fuel dock, probably off Southern California, circa 1926-28.
||Photo courtesy of Phil Lucy.|
|81k||Deck gun of the S-25 (SS-130), probably off Southern California, circa 1926-28.||Photo courtesy of Phil Lucy.|
|108k||S-25 (SS-130) and S-26 (SS-131) in dry-dock, circa 1926-28, at Mare Island.
||Photo courtesy of Phil Lucy.|
|163k||Port quarter view looking to aft end of the S-26 (SS-131) & S-25(SS-130), in Mare Island dry dock about 1926-28.||Photo courtesy of Phil Lucy.|
|116k||Torpedo room of the S-25 (SS-130), circa 1926-28.||Photo courtesy of Phil Lucy.|
|190k|| S-25's (SS-130) crew poses between 1932 and 1933.
Among the crew members pictured is the XO of the S-25, Louis Shane Jr., who would subsequently go on to climb the command ladder and rise to the rank of Lieutenant Commander (Commanding Officer) of the Shark (SS-174), the first U.S. sub lost at sea, 11 February 42.
|Photo courtesy of John Shane.|
|431k||Broadside port view of the S-25 (SS-130) in Hawaii, probably circa late 1930's.||USN photo # 19-N-17946, from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), courtesy of Daniel Dunham. Photographed probably by Tai Sing Loo.|
|902k||The handing over ceremony to rename the ex-American S-class submarine S-25 (SS-130), ORP Jastrzab (ex-HMS P.511).
Lt.Cmdr. Bolesaw Romanowski waits for officials in front of the crew.
|Photo from the book Wielkie dni ma?ej floty (Big day, A small fleet) by Jerzy Pertek, Wydawnictwo Poznaskie, 1976 via Robert Hurst.
Photo added 01/07/12.
|5k||Location where the Jastrzab, ex-S-25 (SS-130) was mistakenly sunk by the Norwegian destroyer St. Albans and the British minesweeper HMS Seagull in the Norwegian Sea in position 71º30'N, 12º32'E., 5 men died.||Photo & text courtesy of Great Circle Mapper - © Karl L Swartz / uboat.net.|
|95k||Google Earth satellite photo of the location where the Jastrzab, ex-S-25 (SS-130) was mistakenly sunk.||View courtesy of Google Earth.|
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