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|13k||Commemorative post marking Angler's (SS-240) keel laying on 9 November 1942.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|18k||Commemorative post marking Angler's (SS-240) keel laying on 9 November 1942.||Courtesy of petloveshack.com.|
|722k||Angler (SS-240) goes down the ways on 4 July 1943.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|107k||Commemorative post marking the launching of the Angler (SS-240) on 4 July 1943.||Courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|20k||Commemorative post marking Angler's (SS-240) commissioning on 10 October 1943.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|124k||Crew of the Angler (SS-240), lining the rails and masts coming into port, probably at Pearl Harbor, circa 1945.||USN photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
|240k||Painting of Angler's WWII emblem by Harold F.(Carl) Carlson.||Photo submitted by Gary Carlson.|
|972k||Angler (SS-240) reached the west coast of the United States on 24 February 1945, and immediately began overhaul at the Bethlehem Steel Co. yard at San Francisco. She was underway again on 18 May, and by 12 June was ready to begin her seventh and final war patrol.
Angler is seen here on 12 June leaving for the war zone.
|Text courtesy of DANFS.
USN photo # 80-G- 264327 from NARA, College Park, Maryland, courtesy of Sean Hert.
|365k||This plaque was unveiled 20 March 1995 by His Excellency Major General P.M. Jeffery OA MC, Governor of Western Australia to commemorate the sacrifices made by Allied submarines that operated out of Fremantle, Western Australia during WW II.||Photo courtesy of Ron Reeves.|
|264k||Angler (SS-240) sometime between 1945 and 1949.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|22k||Angler (SSK-240), surfaced and underway, circa early 1950's.||USN photo courtesy of George M. Arnold.|
|210k||Fulton (AS-11) at the state pier New London, CT in March 1953. Submarines present include Entemedor (SS-340), Halfbeak (SS-352), Angler (SS-240),Razorback (SS-394), Tusk (SS-426), and Hardhead (SS-365). SS P&T Leader is across the pier.||US Naval Historical Center photo # NH-905254 courtesy of aimm.museum.(Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum at North Little Rock). Courtesy of CAPT Joseph A. Enright, USN (ret).|
|233k||Angler (SSK-240), circa mid 1950's, during her 10,000th dive. Note the flag attached to the sail.||USN photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|115k||Broadside & quarter view of the Angler's (SSK-240) bow & stern in 1/192 scale, solid cast resin.||Model & photo courtesy of Mel Douyette & coldwarsubmarines.com|
|107k||Angler (SSK-240), undergoing refit, probably at the Philadelphia Naval shipyard, circa 1962. Destroyers laid up in distance include: Hickox (DD-673) and McClanahan (DD-615).||Courtesy of RMC (SS) John Hummel, 1978. Source: U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo No. NH 86745.
Text i.d. courtesy of Mike Green.
|602k||Angler (SSK-240) underway off New London CT., sometime in the 1960's as converted to SSK.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|120k||Angler (SSK-240) & Croaker (SSK-246) pier side in New London.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel. |
Photo added 02/11/17.
|271k||Sailfish (SSR-572) & Angler (SSK-240) at Genoa, Italy on 29 December 1962.||Photo courtesy of Carlo Martinelli.|
|122k||Starboard side view of the Angler (SSK-240), 1963.||Photo from the collection of Arthur Laughrun courtesy of Jerry Laughrun.|
|118k||Pier scene, circa 1960's.||Photo from the collection of Arthur Laughrun courtesy of Jerry Laughrun.|
|354k||Three photo PDF of the Angler (AGSS-240) arriving at Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility, Philadelphia in 1968.||Photo courtesy of Joe Garrett TMCM(SS) via Ron Reeves.|
|687k||No trespassing on the Angler (AGSS-240), May 1968.||Photo courtesy of Joe Garrett TMCM(SS) via Ron Reeves.|
|383k||Sentries of Angler (AGSS-240) await the unwanted, 1968.||Photo courtesy of Joe Garrett TMCM(SS) via Ron Reeves.|
|362k||Angler (AGSS-240) & Hake (SS-256) & Melvin R. Nawman (DE-416) at the Phila. Navy Yard, May 1968.||Photo courtesy of Joe Garrett TMCM(SS) via Ron Reeves.|
|363k||Angler (AGSS-240) & Hake (SS-256) & Melvin R. Nawman (DE-416) at the Phila. Navy Yard, May 1968.||Photo courtesy of Joe Garrett TMCM(SS) via Ron Reeves.|
|213k||Angled Angler (AGSS-240) & Hake (SS-256) & Melvin R. Nawman (DE-416) at the Phila. Navy Yard, May 1968.||Photo courtesy of Joe Garrett TMCM(SS) via Ron Reeves.|
|72k||John Hummel poses near the Angler's (SSK-240) door, with the & Hake (SS-256) moored nearby at the Phila. Navy Yard in the early 1970's.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|465k||Angler (SS-240) during the later part of her career.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
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