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|532k||Two More Subs to Sink the Axis. |
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Two more undersea fighters went out to beat Axis U-Boats at their own deadly game when the Devilfish (SS-292), (left) and the Hackleback (SS-295), slid down the ways at Cramp Shipyards today. The Devilfish was christened by Mrs. Frank W. Fenno of Williamsport, wife of a Navy Cross winner. Mrs. William L. Wright of Corpus Christi, Texas, whose husband was decorated for the sinking of three Jap warships and five Merchantmen, sponsored the Hackleback.
|Official U.S. Navy Photo from ACME, New York Bureau dated 5/30/43, courtesy of Bill Gonyo.|
|151k||Devilfish (SS-292), portside view, probably in Philadelphia, PA., during her shakedown period 1943-44.||Courtesy of subnet.com.|
|1.30k||Devilfish (SS-292) on 29 September 1944, four weeks after commissioning.||US National Archives photo # 80G-453402, from NARA, College Park, Maryland, courtesy of Sean Hert.|
Photo added 05/25/12.
|680k||Devilfish (SS-292), coming into port past an LST, circa 1945.||U.S. Navy photo courtesy of ussubvetsofworldwarii.org|
|220k||Crew of the Devilfish (SS-292) circa 1944-45.||U.S. Navy photo courtesy of ussubvetsofworldwarii.org|
|79k||Devilfish (SS-292) Battleflag circa 1944-45.||U.S. Navy photo, courtesy of ussubvetsofworldwarii.org|
|197k||The submarine tender Griffin (AS-13), at Midway with three of her charges between 26 August and 1 September 1945 The three boats are not identified, but boats at Midway at that time included Piranha (SS-389), Lionfish (SS-298), Moray (SS-300), Devilfish (SS-292),and Hackleback (SS-295).|
The outboard boat is an EB boat, but none of the above boats are EB boats, all Cramp or Portsmouth-built, so they are unidentified for now.
|USN photo from the collection of Benton E. Buell, CWO 4, USN, courtesy of David Buell.|
|152k||Devilfish (SS-292), starboard view at anchor, possibly before joining the Reserve fleet at Mare Island, circa January 1946.||USN photo courtesy of David Buell.|
|137k||Reserve fleet at Mare Island, circa January 1946. There are 52 submarines and 4 Sub Tenders in this photo. This photo is a Berthing list identifying the ships in the picture.||Photo commemorating 50 years, U. S. Submarine Veterans of WW II 1996 calendar, courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|453k||Photo of the Reserve fleet at Mare Island, circa January 1946. There are 52 submarines and 4 Sub Tenders in this photo. Whether coincidental or on purpose, the number of boats in the photo is the same as that which were lost in WW II.|
From back to front and left to right, first group of 12 boats:
From back to front and left to right, second group of 12 boats:
From back to front and left to right, third group of 12 boats:
From back to front and left to right, fourth group of 12 boats:
From back to front and left to right, last group of 4 boats:
From back to front, Submarine Tenders group of 4 ships:
|Photo commemorating 50 years, U. S. Submarine Veterans of WW II 1996 calendar, courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|89k||Devilfish (SS-292), being sunk as a target by Wahoo (SS-565) at San Francisco, CA., 14 August 1968.||U.S. Navy photo, courtesy of ussubvetsofworldwarii.|
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