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|931k||Mare Island built Buoyancy Assistance Modules (BAMS) were used to float 637 & 688 class submarines into dry dock #4 at the yard. Dock 4 is the smallest dry dock at Mare Island. These BAMS are now used at Pearl Harbor for the same purpose.|
This BAMS is aft of the sail of the La Jolla (SSN-701) during her docking at Mare Island on 7 March 1989.
|USN photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|980k||This BAMS is forward of the sail of the La Jolla (SSN-701) during her docking at Mare Island on 7 March 1989.||USN photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|1.10k||Photo of the Los Angeles (SSN-688) at Pearl Harbor in 2005. One BAM is visible aft of her sail. She is in Dry Dock #3 at Pearl Harbor.||USN photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
|1.45k||Two Buoyancy Assistance Modules (BAMS) in Pearl Harbor Hawaii, 23 April 2015.||Photos courtesy of Captain Wade Armstrong, Pearl Harbor Pilots.|
Photos added 04/29/15.
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