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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.|
|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 October 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.||USN 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.|
|3.43k||Halfbeak (SS-352) appears on the cover of Speeryscope Magazine, Autumn 1952, a seven page PDF entitled A LOOK AT THE FUTURE OF THE US SUBMARINE, by Captian Roy S. Benson.||USN photo courtesy of Rick Connole, son of Commander David R. Connole, K.I.A. while commanding the Trigger (SS-237), lost with the entire crew of 89 on 28 March 1945.|
|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).|
|190k||Inboard Sennet (SS-408) & Halfbeak (SS-352) in Marseille, France,in 1954.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|2.48k||Halfbeak (SS-352) approaches iceberg. Her topside is camouflaged with white paint as she approaches an iceberg in the Arctic Ocean area. Halfbeak is operating in conjunction with Skate (SSN-578), which reached the North Pole under Arctic ice pack on 11 August 1958. The Halfbeak is scheduled to complete her scientific survey operations in the Arctic Ocean later this month, 19 August 1958.||USN photo # USN 710221 courtesy of the National Museum of the U.S. Navy, via flickr.com.|
|3.53k||Starboard view of the Halfbeak (SS-352), at the Arctic circle, 19 August 1958. She is painted white for arctic operations.||USN photo # USN 110220 courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.
Text i.d. courtesy of Aryeh Wetherhorn.
|737k||Halfbeak (SS-352) at broadside, circa early 1960's.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|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.|
|272k||Outboard boat (with step sail) appears to be Halfbeak (SS-352).||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
Photo added 02/11/17.
|111k||Halfbeak (SS-352), on the Delaware River, 21 February 1965.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|49k||Halfbeak (SS-352), off the Phila. Navy Yard, 21 February 1965.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|696k||Starboard view of the Halfbeak (SS-352), underway, 28 March 1965.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|1.38k||Starboard view of the Halfbeak (SS-352), underway, 16 December 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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