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|18k||Commemorative post mark on the occasion of Cobbler's (SS-344) keel laying, 3 April 1944, at the Electric Boat Co., Groton, CT.||Photo courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|530k||Cobbler (SS-344) at Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut, 1 April 1945. Shown: Mrs. James B. Rutter, sponsor with Private Robert E. Falvey.||USN photo # 80-G-409429 courtesy of National Museum of the U.S. Navy.|
|186k||Cobbler (SS-344) makes her start down the ways 1 April 1945, at the Electric Boat Co., Groton, CT.||Electric Boat photo courtesy of Jimmy Allen.|
|20k||Commemorative post mark on the occasion of the launching of the Cobbler (SS-344), 1 April 1945.||Photo courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|345k||Plankowners of the Cobbler (SS-344), circa April 1945. Facing the photograph on the left side, Thomas Watson Duckworth is the first person on the next to last line of men. A man with a sailor hat is standing beside him on the right.||Photo courtesy of Jimmy Allen.|
|355k||Plankowners wives pose for a Cobbler (SS-344), group photo, circa April 1945. Elizabeth Duckworth is in approximately the same spot. There is nobody standing behind her, she is dressed in white and the left side of the bookcase is directly behind her head.||Photo courtesy of Jimmy Allen.|
|362k||Mustached Cobbler (SS-344) crew, circa April 1945.||Photo courtesy of Jimmy Allen.|
|472k||Cobbler (SS-344), bow view looking aft on 27 July 1945 at Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut,||Photo courtesy of David Wright.|
|19k||Commemorative post mark on the occasion of the commissioning of the Cobbler (SS-344), 8 August 1945.||Photo courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|266k||Navy aerial photo of the Cobbler (SS-344) taken in a flank-speed turn, probably in trials about 1947, after she was retrofitted with a topside rudder. I overlaid in the lower right corner a photo of the original steel "Screaming Shoe" logo that EB attached on both sides of the conning tower.||Text & photo courtesy of former crew member George F. Steeg, (ET2 - SS, 1948-49).|
|103k||Cobbler (SS-344) entering Havana Harbor, Cuba circa 1947.||Photo courtesy of former crew member George F. Steeg, (ET2 - SS, 1948-49).|
|149k||German sub U-2513 with snorkel (fore) US fleet type submarine Cobbler (SS-344) in the center and Cubera (SS-347), with snorkle off the coast of Florida, September 1948.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|136k||Armed Forces submarine Cobbler (SS-344) on top of the water.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|83k||Cobbler (SS-344), underway, circa 1950's, place unknown.||Submitted by George M. Arnold.|
|3.10k||Cobbler (SS-344) Plaque from the collection of Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Bailey (class of 47) of blessed memory. He served aboard here from 6/16/55-7/22/57.||Photo courtesy of his son, Will Bailey.|
|98k||Naval Review Of Fleets, Virginia finds the Cobbler (SS-344) at Norfolk VA, June 1957.||Photographer: Frank Scherschel, courtesy of life.time.com & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|80k||Becuna (SS-319) & Cobbler (SS-344) conduct a high line transfer, photo 1 of 2.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|76k||Becuna (SS-319) & Cobbler (SS-344) conduct a high line transfer, photo 2 of 2.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|235k||"Crane lines up new 15-foot section for insertion in the hull of the Navy submarine Cobbler (SS-344) at the Philadelphia Naval Base. Segment will house additional equipment and provide more room for the crew of the 16-year-old vessel," 30 January 1962.||Photo courtesy of the George D. McDowell Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Photographs @ digital.library.temple.edu|
|185k||The Cobbler (SS-344), with slow speed directly astern, but with four engines on the line at the Phila. Naval Yard, 4 September 1962.||Photo courtesy John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|332k||Aerial broadside view of the Cobbler (SS-344) at the Phila. Naval Yard, 4 September 1962.||Photo courtesy John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|285k||Cobbler (SS-344), rec 10-64.||USN photo # NPC 1106412 courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
|190k||Cavalla (SS-244) inboard and Cobbler (SS-344) outboard, at New London, CT., during the 1960's.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|886k||Orion (AS-18) at Naval Station Norfolk, VA. during a change of command ceremony with the following submarines alongside.
Inboard to outboard:
probably Cutlass (SS-478),
Requin (SS-481) & Barbero (SSG-317).
|US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 92321 courtesy of Robert Hurst via Gary Priolo.|
|31k||Sub Ron 8: Clamagore (SS-343),(front) Cobbler (SS-344) on her starboard side Corporal (SS-346) on her port side, Blenny (SS-324) bringing up the rear. Circa 1968-71, location unknown.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|323k||Sub Ron 8 from a different perspective: Corporal (SS-346) is on the port side of the diamond, Cobbler (SS-344) is on starboard side; Clamagore (SS-343) up front and Blenny (SS-324) brining up the rear, circa 1968-71, location unknown.||Photo courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|2.17k||Cobbler (SS-344) entering Valletta, Malta in 1970.||Photo courtesy of John Browning.|
|362k||September 1973: Last Run for the Cobbler (SS-344), Corporal (SS-346) & Tigrone (SS-419) in Halifax, Nova Scotia.||Photo courtresy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|356k||5 page PDF history of the Cobbler (SS-344).||USN photos courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|TCG Canakkale (S-341)|
|236k||History of the Commissioning Pennant for the transfer ceremony of the Cobbler (SS-344) & Corporal (SS-346) to Turkey and their becoming the Canakkale (S-341) & Inonu (S-333).||Photo courtesy of Y.M.Umar,CPO (Ret.),Turkish Navy.|
|1.38k||19 photo PDF of the Turkish career of the Canakkale|
Front and back covers of the Decommissioning transfer ceremony of the Cobbler (SS-344) & Corporal (SS-346) to Turkey and their becoming the Canakkale (S-341) & Inonu (S-333).
|Photo courtesy of Y.M.Umar,CPO (Ret.),Turkish Navy.|
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