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|270k||Typical of the last E.B.'s S-boats S-42-47 (SS-153-58) is shown as in 1924-25 (the date of final changes to the original plans is illegible). These boats were part of a second, redesigned series. They were lengthened enough to accomodate both the new 4in/50 gun & the gun access hatch shown (arrowed) forward of the conning tower fairwater (it is the main visual difference between these and earlier E.B. units)||Drawing & Text courtesy of U.S. Submarines Through 1945, An Illustrated Design History by Norman Friedman. Naval Institute Press.|
|1.72k||Control Force Employment Schedule, 4 January to 1 March 1926. US Fleet Problem Number VI.||Photo courtesy of Steve Ireland. |
Photo added 01/25/17.
|117k||S-43 (SS-154) at San Diego during the 1920s or 1930s. Note Langley (CV-1) in background.||USN photo # NH 42171, from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.|
|87k||S-43 (SS-154) in Balboa Harbor, Panama Canal Zone, during the 1920s. S-44 (SS-155) is in the left center background and several ships of the U.S. Fleet are in the right distance. Photo courtesy of Mrs. D.M. Corn, in memory of Dr. K.L. Rosenkrance, 1970.||USN photo # NH 78909, from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.|
|76k||From left to right; S-43 (SS-154), V-1 (SS-163), V-3 (SS-165) & Argonne (AS-10) at the sub base in Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone. Between December 1927 and May 1932 V-1, served with Squadron 20 on routine operations with the fleet along the west coast, in the Hawaiian Islands, and in the Caribbean.||USN photo courtesy of Robert M. Cieri. Partial text courtesy of DANFS.|
|102k||Holland (AS-3) moored at San Diego, CA., circa 1930. Submarines alongside, apparently holding inspection, are (from
V-3 (SF-6), later Bonita (SS-165);
V-2 (SF-5), later Bass (SS-164);
S-44 (SS-155); and
|USN photo # NH 53437, from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.|
|184k||From left to right: |
S-47 (SS-158), S-42 (SS-153), S-43 (SS-154) & Barracuda (SS-163);
at the sub base in Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone, probably circa early 1936.
|USN photo courtesy of Robert M. Cieri.|
|327k||Submarine Division 11 is shown moored together here in this photograph, probably taken in 1936 at the Submarine Base in Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone. Shown are the S-46 (SS-157), S-43 (SS-154), S-47 (SS-158), S-42 (SS-153), S-44 (SS-155), and S-45 (SS-156).||Photo i.d. & text courtesy of Dave Johnston, USNR.
USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.
|94k||Starboard side view of the S-43 (SS-154) off the San Francisco coast, 24 January, 1944.||USN photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|94k||Broadside view of the S-43 (SS-154) off the San Francisco coast, 24 January, 1944.||USN photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|114k||Bow on view of the S-43 (SS-154) off San Francisco on 24 January 1944. Oakland Bay bridge is in the background.||USN photo # 549-44 courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|109k||Broadside view of the S-43 (SS-154) off San Francisco on 24 January 1944. Unidentified AK in the background.||USN photo # 551-44 courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|139k||Stern view of the S-43 (SS-154) off San Francisco on 24 January 1944.||USN photo # 553-44 courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|192k||Aft plan view of the S-43 (SS-154) at Bethlehem Shipbuilding in San Francisco on 26 January 1944. The scaffolding belongs to the Sailfish (SS-192) to the right; Shad (SS-235) is forward of S-43 (SS-154), and unknown covered barge is berthed between Shad and Sailfish.||USN photo # 642-44 courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.
Photo i.d. courtesy of Dave Johnston.
|7||201k||Forward plan view of the S-43 (SS-154) at Bethlehem Shipbuilding in San Francisco on 26 January 1944. A floating dry dock is berthed at the opposite pier.||USN photo # 643-44 courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
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