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|747k||Salmon (SSR-573) underway in her original configuration as a radar-picket submarine sometime circa late 1950's.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com|
|94k||Salmon (SSR-573) underway in her original configuration as a radar-picket submarine sometime circa late 1950's.||USN photo courtesy of Robert Hurst.|
|310k||Salmon (SRS-573) without PUFFS and Capt. Malloy & COB Walsh, 1959.||USN photo courtesy of usssalmon.org via John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|1.58k||Volador (SS-490) & Salmon (SSR-573) combined to send the ex-Howorth (DD-592) to the bottom of the Pacific on 8 March 1962.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.
Photo i.d. courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.
|46k||Salmon (SS-573) returned to San Diego on 20 December 1962 and became flagship of Submarine Flotilla 1; and, in addition to that distinction, was awarded the Golden "E" for excellence in battle efficiency for the past five consecutive years, which rated her as the leading submarine of her division. Salmon was the first submarine to earn a Golden "E" and was to better that record by winning hash-marks signifying retention of that status during 1963 and 1964.||USN photo courtesy of Robert Hurst.
Text courtesy of DANFS.
|568k||Salmon (SS-573), at San Francisco, circa 1965.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com|
|280k||Salmon (SSR-573) alongside for mail call, 14 November 1965.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|81k||Ballast Point Nest 1967: Volador (SS-490), Redfish (SS-395), Salmon (SS-573) & Rock (SS-274).||Photo by J.D. Decrevel EM2(SS).|
|383k||Photo taken 5 July 1967 At Yokosuka…boats are inboard to outboard: Catfish (SS-339), Bashaw (SS-241), Redfish (SS-395), Diodon (SS-349), Salmon (SS-573) and Bream (SS-243).||Photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
Photo added 05/03/16.
|1.53k||Two views of Salmon (SSR-573) sailing in the seventies.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com|
|118k||Broadside & stern view of the Salmon (SS-573), 1/192 scale, solid cast resin, circa 1967-1969.||Model & photo courtesy of Mel Douyette & coldwarsubmarines.com|
|67k||Salmon (AGSS-573), moored in front of the Ajax (AR-6) in Sasebo harbor, Japan in 1970.||Photo by William P. Jones, M.D. former Medical Officer, Niagara Falls (AFS-3).|
|26k||Salmon (SS-573), bow view underway, date and place unknown.||Courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|982k||B & W Salmon (SS-573) and a colorful Salmon, circa 1972-73||Photo from the Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum, courtesy of Darryl L. Baker
Insert photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com
|763k||Welcome Aboard Salmon (SS-573), 1973.||PDF courtesy of Darryl L. Baker|
|1.38k||Welcome Aboard Salmon (SS-573), 1976.||PDF courtesy of Darryl L. Baker|
|1.06k||Up from the bottom rises Salmon (SS-573).||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com|
|183k||Salmon (SS-573), at Groton, October 1993, rigged for remote control operation for use in SSN sonar exercises.||Courtesy of Lester Palifka.|
|165k||Head-on view of Salmon (SS-573), tall Atlantic style sail at Groton, October 1993.||Courtesy of Lester Palifka.|
|318k||A view of Salmon's (SS-573), forward deck from the bridge cockpit, October 1993.||Courtesy of Lester Palifka.|
|258k||Salmon's (SS-573), bridge cockpit, showing fold-down lexan wind and spray shield, October 1993.||Courtesy of Lester Palifka.|
|228k||A view inside Salmon's (SS-573) enclosed navigation bridge, October 1993.||Courtesy of Lester Palifka.|
|229k||Salmon's (SS-573) forward deck, looking aft, October 1993.||Courtesy of Lester Palifka.|
|40k||Salmon (SS-573), tied to pier at Nlon Naval Base, 1993.||Courtesy of Lester Palifka.|
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