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|3076k||Satanta (YTM-270), YTL-614, YTL-435 on the port side and Lelaka (YTB-514) on the starboard side of USS Andrew Jackson (SSBN-619) nudge the fleet ballistic submarine into dry dock #2 to drop her launching cradle at Mare Island on 15 September 1962. Sea Mule (YTL 614) is removing ship riders. File name: SSBN 619 56219-9-62, Navy Photo 56219-9-62, 9/15/62||Darryl Baker|
|1770k||Orono (YTM-190) and YTL-614 preparing to move USS Stonewall Jackson (SSBN-634) to dry dock after the submarine's launching at Mare Island on 30 November 1963.||Darryl Baker|
|916k||YTL-614 with Satanta (YTM-270) and DeKaury (YTM-178) at the stern and YTL-435 at the bow, escort the new nuclear attack submarine Guitarro (SSN-655) on her way to dry dock to drop her launching cradle, 27 July 1968. Note there is an unidentified YTB in the background.
US Navy Photo # 86063-7-68, courtesy of the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum.
|2223k||YTL-614 and YTL-435 alongside Guitarro (SSN-655) in the Mare Island Channel, 27 July 1968. Photo is courtesy of the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum.
File name: SSN 665 86062-7-68, Navy Photo 86062-7-68, 7/27/68
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