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Launching of submarine Flying Fish, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 9 Jul 1941, photo 1 of 2Launching of submarine Flying Fish, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 9 Jul 1941, photo 2 of 2Submarine Flying Fish shortly after launching, with tugs Yaqui and Pennacook, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 9 Jul 1941Look out aboard USS Flying Fish, 1944-1945
Launching of submarine Flying Fish, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 9 Jul 1941, photo 1 of 2Launching of submarine Flying Fish, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 9 Jul 1941, photo 2 of 2Submarine Flying Fish shortly after launching, with tugs Yaqui and Pennacook, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 9 Jul 1941Look out aboard USS Flying Fish, 1944-1945
USS Flying Fish and other submarines en route to Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1-4 Jul 1945Five of HydemanFive of HydemanFive of Hydeman
USS Flying Fish and other submarines en route to Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1-4 Jul 1945Five of Hydeman's Hellcats upon their return from Operation Barney: USS Flying Fish, USS Spadefish, USS Tinosa, and USS Bowfin in port with USS Skate approaching, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 4 Jul 1945Five of Hydeman's Hellcats upon their return from Operation Barney: USS Flying Fish, USS Spadefish, USS Tinosa, USS Bowfin, and USS Skate, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 4 Jul 1945Five of Hydeman's Hellcats upon their return from Operation Barney: USS Flying Fish, USS Spadefish, USS Tinosa, USS Bowfin, and USS Skate, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 4 Jul 1945
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Four of Hydeman's Hellcats upon their return from Operation Barney: USS Flying Fish, USS Spadefish, and USS Tinosa in port with USS Bowfin approaching, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 4 Jul 1945.Four of Hydeman's Hellcats upon their return from Operation Barney: USS Flying Fish, USS Spadefish, USS Tinosa, and USS Bowfin at Pearl Harbor, 4 Jul 1945. USS Skate is just out of frame to the right.Three of Hydeman's Hellcats upon their return from Operation Barney: USS Flying Fish and USS Spadefish in port with USS Tinosa approaching, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 4 Jul 1945.Two of Hydeman's Hellcats upon their return from Operation Barney: USS Flying Fish and USS Spadefish in port, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 4 Jul 1945
Vice Admiral Charles Lockwood aboard USS Flying Fish, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 4 Jul 1945View of conning tower of USS Flying Fish, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Jul 1945USS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknownUSS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknown
Vice Admiral Charles Lockwood aboard USS Flying Fish, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 4 Jul 1945View of conning tower of USS Flying Fish, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, Jul 1945USS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknownUSS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknown
USS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknownUSS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknownUSS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknownUSS Sarda and USS Flying Fish, circa 1951; note USS Flying Fish with the Gruppen Horsch Gerat sonar taken from German cruiser Prinz Eugen
USS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknownUSS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknownUSS Flying Fish at New London, Connecticut, United States, date unknownUSS Sarda and USS Flying Fish, circa 1951; note USS Flying Fish with the Gruppen Horsch Gerat sonar taken from German cruiser Prinz Eugen

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