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|214k||Sections of the pressure hulls of Amberjack (SS-522) and Grampus (SS-523) under construction in the Structural Shop of the Boston Navy Yard ca. 1944. Note: The original print is a Navy copy print which did not include the bottom line of the caption.||USN photo from the National Park Service, Boston National Historical Park, cat. no. BOSTS-10259, courtesy of Stephen P. Carlson, Preservation Specialist, Boston NHP,Charlestown Navy Yard.|
|523k||Rear Admiral Clark H. Woodward, USN, Chief of Industrial Incentive Division, Navy Department, praised the fortitude of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Sullivan for keeping their chins up in the loss of their five sons, as he presented five posthumously-awarded Purple Hearts Medals at a ceremony in Washington. Their five Navy sons went down with Juneau (CL-52). Rear Admiral Woodward commended the parents for inspiration to workers resulting from their visit to more than 200 manufacturing plants and shipyards, 24 January 1944. |
Both Grampus (SS-207) & Grampus (SS-523) were sponsored by his wife. (Someone please find a photo of her!)
|USN photo # 80-G-44491 courtesy of the National Museum of the U.S. Navy via flickr.com.|
|166k||Grampus (SS-523) commissioning, Pier 8, Boston Naval Shipyard, 26 October 1949.||USN photo from the National Park Service, Boston National Historical Park, Cat. No. BOSTS-11270, courtesy of Stephen P. Carlson, Preservation Specialist, Boston NHP, Charlestown Navy Yard.|
|525k||Commissioning of the Grampus (SS-523), 26 October 1949 at the Boston Navy Yard.||A.P. Wirephoto by Paul A. Queenan courtesy of Tommy Trampp.|
|293k||Commissioning of the Grampus (SS-523), 26 October 1949 at the Boston Navy Yard.||Photo courtesy of ussgrampus.com.|
|222k||Broadside view of a cutout of a GUPPY design.||Photo courtesy of ussgrampus.com.|
|182k||Overhead view of a cutout of a GUPPY design.||Photo courtesy of ussgrampus.com.|
|375k||KEEPING SUB ON EVEN KEEL WHILE SUBMERGED (21 March 1951).||A.P. Wirephoto courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|76k||LCDR Eugene Columbus Barnhardt III was the Commanding Officer of the Grampus (SS-523) from October 1951 to January of 1954.||Photo courtesy of the National Historical Center via Bill Gonyo.|
|88k||Portside view of the Grampus (SS-523) underway, 27 May 1953.||USNI / USN Photo.|
|112k||Grampus (SS-523), underway, circa 1950's.||Courtesy of George M. Arnold.|
|300k||Grampus (SS-523), underway, circa 1950's.||USN photograph courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|139k||Redfin (SS-272) with the Grampus (SS-523) and other subs alongside AS-18 Orion was taken between 1953-55. The "Nodding idiot" on Redfin was converted to the electronic version in 1956. The other 3 boats are from outboard in Migraine II Requin (SS-481) and Migraine I Burrfish (SS-312) and Tigrone (SS-419). The order of the last 2 might be reversed.||Text contributed by Larry Derouin. Photographed and contributed by John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|88k||Grampus (SS-523), coming into the Philadelphia Navy Yard for overhaul, circa early 1960.||Courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|887k||Grampus (SS-523) as seen from the Orion (AS-18)), circa 1960-61.||Official USN photo courtesy of John Crawley.|
|1.83k|| During the late 1950's and early 1960's Grampus (SS-523) operated out of Norfolk, VA.
She is pictured here in 1960.
|Photo by Constance Bannister Corp/Getty Images via gettyimages.com.|
|83k||Grampus (SS-523) with a fiberglass deficiency at D&S Piers in Norfolk for overhaul, circa mid 1960's. The Redfin (SS-272) is behind her. Orion (AS-18) is in the background with other subs from Subron 6.||Courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|1.68k||Some foursome in Barcelona: From inboard to outboard, front to back: Corporal (SS-346) & Trout (SS-566). Grampus (SS-523) & Cutlass (SS-478). Hissem (DE-400) rises above the Cutlass, early May 1964.||Photo by Manuel Galilea. Courtesy of Museu Marítim de Barcelona via Fabio Pena.|
|758k||Eight page PDF Welcome Aboard the Grampus (SS-523), circa mid 1960's.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|46k||Starboard side view of the Grampus (SS-523), underway, circa mid-late 1960's.||Courtesy of Ron Duffy, IC2(SS), Grampus (SS-523) 1966-68.|
|314k||Port side view of the Grampus (SS-523), underway, circa mid-late 1960's.||Courtesy of Ron Duffy, IC2(SS), Grampus (SS-523) 1966-68.|
|76k||Starboard side view of the Grampus (SS-523), underway, circa mid-late 1960's. Notice a large dent in the superstructure aft of the engine outboards. That was caused by a practice ASROC missile that was supposed to go under us - but didn't!||Photo & text courtesy of Ron Duffy, IC2(SS), Grampus (SS-523) 1966-68.|
|Rio Grande Do Sul (S-11)|
|33k||ex-Grampus (SS-523) as the Rio Grande Do Sul (S-11), underway probably off the coast of Brazil.||Brazilian Navy photo by SRPM, via José Henrique Mendes, courtesy of naviosdeguerrabrasileiros.hpg.ig.com.br, & submitted by Valdo Novaes.|
|34k||ex-Grampus (SS-523) as the Rio Grande Do Sul (S-11), awaiting to be scrapped by Verolme Estaleiro, 18 June 1981.||Brazilian Navy photo by Renato Gaschler via naviosdeguerrabrasileiros.hpg.ig.com.br, & submitted by Valdo Novaes.|
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