USS Pipefish

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassBalao-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-388

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52 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, circa Jan 1946Submarines Dragonet, Menhaden, Mapiro, Seahorse, Sand Lance, Batfish, Capitaine, Pipefish, and Manta at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 28 Sep 1950




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1. Dennis Kiick says:
10 Nov 2014 02:46:03 PM

I hope you have the update posted soon. My father, G. A. Kiick MM1 served on the Pipefish for all her 6 war patrols. He was in charge of the engine room.

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52 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, circa Jan 1946
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