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|124k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) moored pierside at New York Navy Yard, 20 June 1951, during an inclining experiment.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, photo # 19-N-138256i a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|93k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) under way during the early 1950s.
US Naval History and Heritage Command (UA-283), Photo No. Unknown
|79k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) under way, circa 1950s or 60s. This photo was from her public relations package.
US Navy photo # NH 97310 from the collection of Christopher P Cavas, 2000
|US Naval Historical Center|
|52k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|2958k||USS Fulton (AS 11) alongside the State Pier, New London, CT., circa 1967-69. At the end of the pier is the submarine rescue vessel
USS Skylark (ASR-20). Aft of Fulton is USS Gato (SSN-615), and moored in the nest next to Fulton is USS Dace (SSN-607), USS Jack (SSN-605), and an unknown Thresher/Permit class boat (inboard in the nest).
US Navy photo.
|DCC(SS/SW) David Johnston, USN|
|74k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) moored at State Pier, New London, CT. circa 1960s.||Ron Reeves|
|88k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) under way near Malta in 1963. Photo from the 1966/67 Edition of "Jane's Fighting Ships", courtesy of A & J Pavia||Robert Hurst|
|285k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) underway in the Thames River, near New London, CT., circa 1971-1972||Rick Sherley|
|49k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) towing decommissioned diesel submarine from Boston to New London, to be stripped for parts, during the winter of 1971.||Rick Sherley|
|58k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) moored at US Naval Submarine Base Groton, CT., circa 1972||Rick Sherley|
|55k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) with USS Talbot (DEG-4) in tow, circa 1971-73. Talbot was operating the the VA Capes area when she issued a destress call after breaking down due to a reduction gear problem. Skylark was in the area and took Talbot in tow, delivering her to Newport, R.I. 3 or 4 days later.||Rick Sherley|
|63k||One of USS Skylark (ASR-20)'s many duties included torpedeo retrieval. When space got tight on the fantail torpedoes were stored along the main deck on both port and starboard sides, circa 1971-73.||Rick Sherley|
|78k||The Submarine Rescue Chamber (SRC) belonging to USS Skylark (ASR-20) was temporarily hoisted on to USS Fulton (AS-11)'s boat deck so Skylark could pick up two fork lifts at Naples and deliver them to the Submarine Base at La Maddelena, Sardinia, to be used during site vertreps from the pier. Circa 1971-73. SRC removal was necessary due to room and weight (10.5 ton ).||Rick Sherley|
|90k||USS Skylark (ASR-20) alongside USS Fulton (AS-11) at the Submarine Base, La Maddelena, Sardinia, during one of the first vertreps from the pier, circa 1972.||Rick Sherley|
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