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|17k||Commemorative postal cover marking Entemedor's (SS-340) keel laying, 3 February 1944 at the Electric Boat Company, Groton, CT.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|1.01k||Origins of Entemedor (SS-340).||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|28k||Commemorative commissioning post card of the launching of the Entemedor (SS-340), 17 December 1944.||Courtesy of Richard Leonhardt.|
|77k||Entemedor (SS-340) in original WW II configuration.||Courtesy of John Maxwell, former crewmember.|
|20k||Commemorative postal cover marking the commissioning of the Entemedor (SS-340), 6 April 1945.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|389k||Overhead WWII era photo of the Entemedor (SS-340), underway, place unknown.||USN photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org|
|84k||Decommissioning ceremonies aboard Entemedor (SS-340) at Mare Island on 10 December 1948.||USN photo # 2530-12-48, courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|484k||Nereus (AS-17) with three clients moored alongside in the late 40's neighborhood:
Outboard is Chivo (SS-341) & inboard is Entemedor (SS-340). Inner most boat's # is obscured.
|Photo courtesy of David Buell.|
|185k||Recommissioning ceremonies aboard Entemedor (SS-340) at Mare Island on 24 October 1950.||USN photo # 7248-10-50, courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|85k||Port side view of the Entemedor (SS-340), before she was converted to a Guppy, circa 1951.||Courtesy of John Maxwell, former crewmember.|
|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).|
|414k||Starboard side view of the Entemedor (SS-340), underway in March 1956.||USN photo # USN 1005600 courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|174k||Entemedor (SS-340), entering Monaco April 57.||Courtesy of Chuck Jensen.|
|145k||Entemedor (SS-340), underway in the Mediterranean.||Courtesy of Chuck Jensen.|
|188k||Sea Leopard (SS-483) inboard & the Entemedor (SS-340) in Monaco, April 1957.||Courtesy of Chuck Jensen.|
|57k||Nautilus (SSN-571) inboard & the Entemedor (SS-340) with other unidentified boats at the Connecticut State Pier, New London, CT., circa 1960.||Courtesy of Chuck Jensen.|
|696k||Tusk (SS-426), Entemedor (SS-340) & Skate (SSN-578) dusted with snow, circa 1960.||Photo courtesy of usstusk.com via John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|67k||Starboard quarter view of the Entemedor (SS-340) with her fiber glass sail, circa early 1960's. Those fiberglass sails were installed in Hawaii, and on both coasts of the U. S. over a number of years. The bureau approved two different sail designs under the GUPPY IIA modifications - one for "Portsmouth Boats" and the other for "Electric Boats" - Electric Boat sails had round ports and Portsmouth Boat sails had square ports to view forward (with other leading and trialing edge differences).||Photo courtesy of Chuck Jensen.
Text courtesy of CTRC Donald J. Wagner, USN (Ret.)
|49k||Port bow view of the Entemedor (SS-340) with crew dressed in whites on December k about to embark to take in the view at Toulon France on 25 August 1962. Among the sailors is Terry B. DeBerry. He is below the blue mark, on watch duty that day.||Photo by Terry B. DeBerry & submitted by his daughter, Teresa Ewing.|
|289k||Entemedor (SS-340) going into Malta; the city is in the background and a barge is off our starboard bow.||Photo by Ray Hammond.|
|78k||Entemedor (SS-340), underway in 1968, place unknown.||Courtesy of George M. Arnold and Gale B. Brown, CWO4 U.S. N. (RET.)|
|251k||Page 1 of 4 of a Welcome Aboard" pamphlet from Entemedor (SS-340).||Courtesy of Tim Donahue via Mike Keating.|
|351k||Page 2 of 4 of a Welcome Aboard" pamphlet from Entemedor (SS-340).||Courtesy of Tim Donahue via Mike Keating.|
|162k||Ship's History, Page 3 of 4 of a Welcome Aboard" pamphlet from Entemedor (SS-340).||Courtesy of Tim Donahue via Mike Keating.|
|168k||A Few Facts, Page 4 of 4 of a Welcome Aboard" pamphlet from Entemedor (SS-340).||Courtesy of Tim Donahue via Mike Keating.|
|296k||A schedule for a Dependent's Cruise in May of 1960 on Entemedor (SS-340).||Courtesy of Tim Donahue via Mike Keating.|
|96k||Entemedor (SS-340) doing small boat transfer with Tusk (SS-426) in 1960-1963.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|683k||Entemedor (SS-340) Decommissioning Plaque.||PDF courtesy of George Simmons, ET1 SS.
Photo added 10/06/16.
|TCG Preveze (S-345)|
|154k||U.S. & Turkish sailors stand on December k during the transfer ceremony as the boat undergoes a change of ownership,the ex-Entemedor (SS-340) becoming the Preveze (S-345) on 31 July 1972.||Photo courtesy of Y.M.Umar,CPO (Ret.),Turkish Navy.|
|91k||Preveze (S-345) and crew pose for a family photo.||Photo courtesy of Y.M.Umar,CPO (Ret.), Turkish Navy.|
|140k||Dumlupinar (S-339), Preveze (S-345), Basaran-ex USS Patroclus (LST-672). In the rear of the photo past the unknown Floating Dry Dock is the ex-Greenlet (ASR-10) in Turkish naval service as TCG Akin (A-585), September 1981.||Photo courtesy of Sait Kucuk, CPOS (Ret),Turkish Navy.|
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