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|242k||Sirago (SS-485) slides seaward surrounded by saluting sailors, 13 May 1945.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|24k||Commemorative launch tag on the occasion of Sirago's (SS-485) launching at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., 13 May 1945.||Photo courtesy of Bill Gonyo.|
|196k||Sirago (SS-485) on 3October 1945 off Navy Yard, Portsmouth N.H.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|188k||Speed trials for the Sirago (SS-485) on 3October 1945.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|350k||Broadside view of the Sirago (SS-485) on 3 October 1945.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|128k||All business on the bridge of the Sirago (SS-485) on 3 October 1945.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|17k||Group photo of the Sirago (SS-485), taken on 15 March 1946. Lt. Everett Olinder, contributor's father, who served on the Sirago in 1945-1948, is on the far right.||Courtesy of Laurie Olinder.|
|45k||Sirago (SS-485) mascot with a life jacket, 15 March 1946.||Courtesy of Laurie Olinder.|
|287k||Torpedo "hit" fired by Sirago (SS-485) in May 1946. U-1228 was sunk as part of WWII reparations agreements. Photo restricted and not for publication at that time.||Photo courtesy of sirago.com|
|377k||German U-Boat U-1228 torpedoed by Sirago (SS-485) off Princeton, Mass.||Photo courtesy of sirago.com|
|30k||Lt. Everett Olinder of the Sirago (SS-485), wife and friends at London Terrrace, 86 Golden Street, New London, CT., mid/late 1940's.||Courtesy of Laurie Olinder.|
|57k||Control room of the Sirago (SS-485), mid/late 1940's.||Courtesy of Laurie Olinder.|
|149k||Sirago (SS-485) underway, circa 1950's.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|128k||Sirago (SS-485) in the midst of a line transfer, circa 1950's.||Photo courtesy of William Beckenbach via Fred Willshaw.|
|25k||LCDR. Robert Kenneth Kaufman commanded the Sirago (SS-485) from 1950 until reassignment as Navy Secretary of the Joint Strategic Survey Committee of the JCS in 1952.||Photo courtesy of the United States Naval Academy submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|515k||Loading equipment in forward hatch of the Sealion (APSS-315) during the Fall, 1956. The Sirago (SS-485) is inboard.||Photo courtesy of Roxanne M. Merritt, Director, JFK Special Warfare Museum.
Photo added 08/31/13.
|321k||Sirago (SS-485) in late 50's early 60's before she got her North atlantic sail.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|233k||A nice color photo of Sirago's (SS-485) sail in the late 50's early 60's.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|82k||Sirago (SS-485) 1962 or before.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|134k||Sirago (SS-485) underway circa 1962. Passing overhead is a Grumman S2F-3 Tracker of anti-submarine squadron VS-36 Grey Wolves.||Photo taken from U.S. Navy Naval Aviation News November 1962, courtesy of Robert Hurst.|
|128k||Sirago (SS-485), Sealion (APSS-315) and Orion (AS-18) in rear at D&S piers Norfolk 1964-66.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|71k||Sirago (SS-485) underway on the surface during the later part of her career||Photo & copy Richard Leonhardt.|
|67k||Sirago (SS-485) underway on the surface, departing Hampton Roads circa 1960's.||Courtesy of George M. Arnold.|
|380k||Princess Grace of Monaco is Welcomed Aboard in this 5 page Welcome Aboard PDF of the Sirago (SS-485).||PDF courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|50k||Sirago (SS-485) and Carp (SS-338), June 1965 at the D&S piers, Norfolk VA.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|27k||Commemorative postal cover marking Sirago's (SS-485) decommissioning on 1 June 1972, at Norfolk, VA.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
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