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|411k||Oil on canvas of the Barracuda (SSK-1) underway.||USN photo courtesy of csg2.navy.mil.|
|183k||Jimmy Carter at work on the periscope of the submarine Barracuda (SSK-1), circa 1951.
||USN photo courtesy of csg2.navy.mil.|
|199k||Jimmy Carter and the crew of the submarine Barracuda (SSK-1), in 1951.
||USN photo courtesy of csg2.navy.mil.|
|160k||Postal cover with an insert of the Barracuda (SST-3), 1952.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|213k||Barracuda (SSK-1) early in her career.||Photo courtesy of ussnewyork.com.|
|59k||Barracuda (SSK-1), in New Orleans during the Mardi-Gras, 1955.||Courtesy of Christian White.|
|199k||Portside view of the Barracuda (SSK-1) underway, circa 1951-59.||USN photo courtesy of csg2.navy.mil.|
|54k||Barracuda (SST-3), underway, date and place unknown.||USN photo courtesy of George M. Arnold.|
|43k||Crew of the Barracuda (SSK-1) all dressed up in whites, date and place unknown.||USN photo.|
|49k||Chopper (SS-342) departed Key West 7 January 1952 for a tour of duty in the Mediterranean until 20 May.||Photo courtesy of Robert Hurst. Text courtesy of DANFS.|
|249k||Change of command at Subron 12 Key West Fla.in the 1960's aboard the Bushnell (AS-15). Barracuda (SST-3) upper right. Other boats there are Sea Cat (SS-399), Picuda (SS-382), Atule (SS-403), Sea Fox (SS-402), Threadfin (SS-410) & Chopper (SS-342).||Photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|1.30k||Photo circa 1962 of the Barracuda (SST-3) returning to Key West Fla. My fatherm, Ret. Capt. Daniel L. Bailey USNA Class of 47, was the Skipper at this time.||Photo courtesy of Daniel L. Bailey Jr.
Photo added 07/26/12.
|41k||Broadside view of the Barracuda (SST-3), circa mid 1960's - early 1970's.||USN photo courtesy of Robert Hurst.|
|59k||Barracuda (SST-3), ships plaque.||Courtesy of George M. Arnold.|
|429k||Dan Moynihan, Barracuda's (SST-3) chief, preparing food in in the boat's galley, August 1970.||Courtesy of Dan Moynihan.|
|160k||Barracuda (SST-3) tied up, August 1970.||Courtesy of Dan Moynihan.|
|156k||Barracuda (SST-3) tied up with a unidentified friend behind her, August 1970.||Courtesy of Dan Moynihan.|
|212k||Engineroom of the Barracuda (SST-3), August 1970.||Courtesy of Dan Moynihan.|
|170k||Barracuda (SST-3) finally gets to shoot some fish: Once a quarter we would go out past 2 Charley, make a dive, then come up for some fishing off the South Carolina coast, August 1970.||Courtesy of Dan Moynihan.|
|411k||Text on back of photo reads: April 1972; Charleston, South Carolina - The target & training submarine Barracuda (SST-3) conducts ship handling and training in the Cooper River. ||Partial text i.d. courtesy of John Hummel.|
US National Archives photo # 80-G-428gx, from NARA, College Park, Maryland, courtesy of Sean Hert.
|299k||The following pictures by Christopher Breeze show the Barracuda (SST-3) being scrarped between April 8, 1974 through July 8, 1974 near Charleston, South Carolina, off East Bay Street. The bow plane is on right side. The boat is facing bow to river. The first two pictures might be in the after battery/mess hall, possibly looking aft into the engine room.||All scrapping photos courtesy of Christopher Breeze / Georgetown Steel Corporation & submitted courtesy of Ric Hedman. Photo ID courtesy of John Hummel.|
|250k||After battery/mess hall. There is a small stove on the right side that possibly is the remains of the chow hall.||All scrapping photos courtesy of Christopher Breeze / Georgetown Steel Corporation & submitted courtesy of Ric Hedman. Photo ID courtesy of John Hummel.|
|288k||The remains of the engine room.||All scrapping photos courtesy of Christopher Breeze / Georgetown Steel Corporation & submitted courtesy of Ric Hedman. Photo ID courtesy of John Hummel.|
|287k||The remains of the engine room.|
|254k||The remains of the battery well.|
|293k||The remains of the after battery above well (berthing).|
|183k||The remains of the maneuvering room.|
|242k||One bow plane starboard side|
|189k||Topside above maneuvering room.|
|217k||Barracuda (SST-3) bow section being cut up.|
|249k||Barracuda (SST-3) bow section being cut up.|
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