Inactivated submarines at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1946

Caption   Inactivated submarines at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1946 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 7 May 2011

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
4 Apr 2011 06:40:46 PM

Text from Navsource.org: Front row left to right: Sand Lance (SS-381), next two could be Sealion (SS-315) and Seahorse (SS-304), Searaven (SS-196), Pampanito (SS-383), Gurnard (SS-254), Mingo (SS-261), Guitarro (SS-363), Bashaw (SS-241). Back row left to right: Unknown, Tunny (SS-282), next three could be Sargo (SS-188), Spearfish (SS-190), and Saury (SS-189), Macabi (SS-375), Sunfish (SS-281), Guavina (SS-362), Lionfish (SS-298),Piranha (SS-389). The Scabbardfish (SS-397) is docked in ARD-11 on the other side of the causeway. Tiru (SS-416) is on the ways in upper left hand side of photo. Two ferry boats (to the right of Tiru's ways) are YHB-2 / [ex-Post of Stockton] and YHB-21 / [ex-Tamalpais].
2. STEVN,McNEIL says:
14 Apr 2012 10:13:52 AM

HELLO MY PAPA, WAS A SUBMERINE INSPECTOR FOR MARE ISLAND FROM I BELAVE 1962-1984, WHICH 84 HE DIED ON A TRIP,FOR MARE ISLAND, IN SAN DIEGO. I WAS 5 YRS OLD! MY MOTHER'S FATHER. MINE TOO, CAUSE OF MY OWN FATHER. ANYHOW THAT'S ANOTHER STORY. ANYHOW I WAS WONDERING IF U GUYS'S MIGHT HAVE SOME OLD PHOTO'S OF MY PAPA DURING HIS YEARS@ THE ISLAND? THEY USE TO CALL HIM "ROD" SHORT FOR OUR LAST NAME RODRIGUES... I BELAVE HIS STAUS OR CODE#103&SHOP#38 OR #36? I WANT TO GET A TATTOO OF HIM OR THE PATCH OF MARE ISLAND. BUT IT WOULD BE SO COOL AND DEAR TO MY HEART TO SEE HIM @ WORK, YA KNOW? SO IF U CAN , PLEASE HELP ME. THANK,YOU SO MUCH FOR UR TIME. YOURS TRULY, STEVEN,McNEIL. "ROD'S" GRANDSON!!!! :0)

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