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|70k||The brown trout, Salmo trutta.||Photo courtesy of en.wikipedia.org.|
|275k||Trutta (SS-421) is launched at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME, 18 August 1944.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|124k||Commemorative launch tag on the occasion of Trutta's (SS-421) launch at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N.H., 18 August 1944.||Photo courtesy of Bill Gonyo.|
|22k||Commemorative post mark from Trutta's (SS-421) launching at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME, 18 August 1944.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|461k||Trutta (SS-421) one of the last submarines to go on patrol before Japan surrendered, anchored off Guam, Marianas Islands, 12 August 1945. |
L to R: Captain E.B. McKinney, USN, & Lt. Cmdr. Eugene McCaine.
L to R: Lt. Cmdr. Eugene McCaine, Capt. of the sub, Capt. E. W. Grenfell, USN, & Captain E.B. McKinney, USN coming aboard the sub.
|USN photo # 80-G-1157 / 58 & 59 by Lt. Dewey Wrigley, from NARA, College Park, Maryland, courtesy of Sean Hert.|
|135k||Broadside view of the Trutta (SS-421) circa late 1940's.||USN photo courtesy of David Buell.
|79k||Trutta (SS-421), underway, circa 1950's (?)||USN photo.|
|237k||Trutta (SS-421) on 27 January 1955.||USN photo # USN 658188, courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|65k||Trutta (SS-421), & Bergall (SS-320), dockside in Florida, home from Med Cruise 1958.||Photo courtesy of Jack Tretule.|
|205k||Ceremony for 4 boats at a pier in sea major.
Sealion (APSS-315), centre, with Trutta (SS-421), at left, alongside unidentified tender, and Sea Cat (SS-399), at right. The small boat at the other pier is the Mackerel (SST-1).
I believe this to be a Change of Command for the Commanding Officer of the submarine squadron, not just the Sealion. All of the boats have their crews topside and in whites, including the tender on the far left of the photo. This indicates something larger than just the Sealion. They used her deck to set up the podiums because she has the largest deck aft of the conning tower. Her deck was expanded during her amphibious conversion.
The Sealion would have left Key West not long after this photo was taken, for decommissioning in Philadelphia, so it is unlikely that she would be having a CoC at that time.
|Photo i.d. & text courtesy of Ric Hedman & Dave Johnston (USNR).|
Photo # MM00041228x by Don Pinder from the Ida Woodward Baron Collection in the Florida Keys Public Library via flickr.com courtesy of Robert Hurst.
Photo added 09/15/17.
|103k||Broadside view of the Trutta (SS-421) during a hi-line transfer of Squadron 12 CO to the Sea Cat (SS-399) in Med Sea, April 1961, Pics taken from my station in top of Sea Cat's sail.||Photo courtesy of Alan Hurlbut via Larry Lutjens.|
|88k||On the upslide from the Trutta (SS-421) during a hi-line transfer of Squadron 12 CO to the Sea Cat (SS-399) in Med Sea, April 1961.||Photo courtesy of Alan Hurlbut via Larry Lutjens.|
|660k||Turkish and American submarines at M'sida, Malta prior to NATO Exercise 'Medflex Invicta', 16-21 April 1961. Along the portside of HMS Narvik (LST 3044), the temporary depot ship at Malta is: (outboard to inboard) Canakkale (S-333), Sea Cat (SS-399) and Trutta (SS-421).||Source: Imperial War Museum British Post-1945 Official Classified Print Collection, Photo No. © IWM (HU 102632) via Mike Green.|
|121k||Trutta (SS-421) ties up to the dock in Key West, Florida, in 1964.||Courtesy of Charlie Chace.|
|154k||Tirante (SS-420) and the Trutta (SS-421) alongside the pier at the Naval Station Key West C 1960's.||Photo from the Ida Woodward Baron Collection in the Florida Keys Public Library via flickr.com courtesy of Steven Gower.|
|88k||Trutta (SS-421), Souda Bay , Crete, Greece, June 1967.||© Richard Leonhardt|
|237k||An AF-2 and AF-2W of Anti-Submarine Squadron Thirty One (VS-31) from Naval Air Station Quonset Point, RI, are overflying the Trutta (SS-421) in an undated photo.||US Navy and Marine Corps Museum/Naval Aviation Museum, Photo No.1996.253.6225, courtesy of Mike Green.|
|104k||Trutta (SS-421), underway in port, date and location unknown.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|TCG Cerbe (S-340)|
|148k||The Cerbe (S-340) underway circa early 1970's.||Photo courtesy of Y.M.Umar,CPO (Ret.),Turkish Navy.|
|92k||The ex-Razorback (SS-394) as the Muratreis (S-336) is the second boat on the left, middle boat is the Cerbe (S-340), ex-Trutta (SS-421), the ex-Sea Fox (SS-402) as the Burak Reis (S-335) (2nd from right), with other Turkish subs; one of which is the ex-Tang (SS-563) as the Pirireis (S-343) and the other as ex-Gudgeon (SSAG-567), now the Hizirreis (S-342).||Photo courtesy of Y.M.Umar,CPO (Ret.),Turkish Navy.|
|234k||The Cerbe (S-340) underway in a 1990's view.||Photo courtesy of Y.M.Umar,CPO (Ret.),Turkish Navy.|
|877k||The sail of the Cerbe (S-340) on display as a memorial tower since 27 July 2001.||Photo courtesy of Cuneyt Demir. Photo i.d. courtesy of Sait Kucuk CPOS (Ret.),Turkish Navy.|
|212k||The sail of the Cerbe (S-340) on display as a memorial tower.||Photo courtesy of Cuneyt Demir. Photo i.d. courtesy of Sait Kucuk CPOS (Ret.),Turkish Navy.|
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