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|408k||Insignia of the Corsair (SS-435) designed for the submarine by Ray Young, circa 1944.||Photo by Ray Young, courtesy of his son, William Young.|
|1.96k||The Corsair (SS-435) was laid down, 1 March 1945, at the Electric boat Co., Groton, CT.||Electric Boat / USN photo courtesy of Wendy S. Gulley, Archivist, Submarine Force Museum, Naval Submarine Base NLON, Groton, CT.|
|19k||Commemorative post mark on the occasion of the keel laying of the Corsair (SS-435), 1 March 1945.||Photo courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|3.74k||Unicorn (SS-436) on the building ways, topside looking aft at time of cancellation on 16 January 1946. The boat on the right is the Walrus (SS-437); on the left is the Corsair (SS-435).||Electric Boat / USN photo courtesy of Wendy S. Gulley, Archivist, Submarine Force Museum, Naval Submarine Base NLON, Groton, CT.|
|3.78k||Walrus (SS-437), (on right) topside looking aft. Unicorn (SS-436) in center & Corsair (SS-435) on left, 16 January 1946.||Electric Boat / USN photo courtesy of Wendy S. Gulley, Archivist, Submarine Force Museum, Naval Submarine Base NLON, Groton, CT.|
|2.34k||The Corsair (SS-435) was sponsored by Mrs. Olaf M. Hustvedt & launched, 3 May 1946.|
Her husband was the 1st CO of the battleship North CVarolina (BB-55).
|127k||Corsair (SS-435) underway in the Atlantic, possibly during her shakedown cruise when she visited Havana, Panama, Trinidad, and Rio de Janeiro, circa winter 1946, spring 1947.||Partial text courtesy of DANFS.
USN photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).
|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.|
|176k||Two views of Corsair (AGSS-435) on 21 April 1952. She returned to New London 15 September to continue local operations with Submarine Development Group 2. Their duties included providing services to the sound laboratory at Portsmouth, and participating in large scale submarine exercises, including another in northern waters from 27 October to 24 November 1952 during which they visited Reykjavik, Iceland.||Text courtesy of DANFS.|
USN photo # USN 442352, courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com & David Buell.
|246k||3 page PDF Welcome Aboard the Corsair (SS-435), circa 1960.||Images courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com|
|NR||The destroyer Forrest Sherman (DD-931) is one of three United States Navy warships which will visit Duluth in mid-July during Operation Inland Seas, a cruise of 28 warships to Great Lakes ports this summer. One other destroyer and the submarine Corsair (SS-435) will also be in Duluth—making this the first time first-line fighting ships have penetrated the heartland of America.||Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN.
Photo from the St. Paul Recorder [volume] (St. Paul, Minn.) 1934-2000, 03 July 1959, Image 7, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
|1.17k||Corsair (SS-435) at Genoa, Italy on 16 February 1962.||Photo courtesy of Carlo Martinelli.|
|44k||Corsair (SS-435) underway, port side view, date and location unknown.||USN photo courtesy of subnet.com.|
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