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|239k||Insignia of the Halfbeak (SS-352) designed for the submarine by Ray Young, circa 1944.
||Photo by Ray Young, courtesy of his son, William Young. Photo added 04/23/10.|
|11k||The Oxyporhamphus micropteru, a halfbeak.||Courtesy of wikimedia.org.|
|17k||Commemorative postal cover on the occasion of Halfbeak's (SS-352) keel laying, 6 July 1944, at Electric Boat Co., Groton, CT.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|20k||Commemorative postal cover on the occasion of the launching of the Halfbeak (SS-352), 19 February 1946.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|114k||Outboard to inboard, the Halfbeak (SS-352),Tusk (SS-426) & Corsair (SS-435) with two unidentified boats, pre Oct. 1947 in New London, CT.
||Photo courtesy of Gary Parker.|
|113k||Commander Eugene B. Fluckey was the Commanding Officer of the Halfbeak (SS-352) from 1947 to 1949.||USN photo courtesy of Bill Gonyo.|
|169k||Halfbeak (SS-352) (as well as Amberjack (SS-522) & Cobbler (SS-344)) had a topside rudder aft for better maneuverability. Newly converted by Electric Boat, Halfbeak is pictured on 22 April 1948. Her snorkel induction (intakes) and exhaust masts are raised.||US Navy Photo & text courtesy of U.S. Submarines Since 1945, An Illustrated Design History by Norman Friedman & James L. Christley. Naval Institute Press.|
|25k||Halfbeak (SS-352), underway, circa early 50's, place unknown.||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).|
|52k||Starboard view of the Halfbeak (SS-352), at the Arctic circle, August 1958. She is painted white for arctic operations.||USN photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org. Text i.d. courtesy of Aryeh Wetherhorn.|
|113k||Halfbeak (SS-352), at the Phila. Navy Yard, 6 July 1964.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|70k||Halfbeak (SS-352), underway, with insert of CO CDR F.T. Watkins. Photo from Subron 10 Cruise Book 1964-1965.||Courtesy of Fred Willshaw.|
|61k||Halfbeak (SS-352), (second from right) immediately astern of Fulton (AS-11) at the Connecticut State Pier, New London, CT. Other submarines astern of Fulton, include (far right) Nautilus (SSN-571), (third from right) Bang (SS-385), and outboard of Bang , (fourth from right) is Tusk (SS-426). Moored to Fulton's starboard side are three additional submarines. The outboard boat on the starboard side is the Skipjack (SSN-585) & the other two are unidentified.||Photo from Subron 10 Cruise Book for 1964-1965, courtesy of Fred (Doc) Gardner xHM1(SS) / FMF USS Skipjack SSN 585 - SN(SS) (1964-1965) and Fred Willshaw.|
|111k||Halfbeak (SS-352), on the Delaware River, 21 Feb. 1965.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|49k||Halfbeak (SS-352), off the Phila. Navy Yard, 21 Feb. 1965.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|59k||Starboard view of the Halfbeak (SS-352), underway, 1965.||USN photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
|155k||Starboard view of the Halfbeak (SS-352), underway, 1967.||USN photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
|49k||From left to right, Sea Robin (SS-407), Tusk (SS-426), Sea Owl (SS-405), Sablefish (SS-303), Halfbeak (SS-352), Blenny (SS-324), & Becuna (SS-319 at New London CT, in 1968 during change of command.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|66k||An Acrylic painting by the artist Dante H. Bertoni entitled "Crew of Greenfish (SS-351) Shape-Up on Deck, 16 December 1970." Inboard of the boat is Halfbeak (SS-352).||Painting # 88-161-AQ.
Courtesy of the USNHC.
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