Submarine Tinosa being christened by sponsor Mrs. Katharine Malloy, wife of Captain William Molloy, at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 7 Oct 1942.Submarine Tinosa shortly after launch at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 7 Oct 1942.Submarine Tinosa, adorned with flags and bunting, sliding down the ways at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 7 Oct 1942.Broadside view of submarine USS Tinosa off Mare Island Navy Yard, San Pablo Bay, California, United States, 5 Mar 1943.
Submarine Tinosa being christened by sponsor Mrs. Katharine Malloy, wife of Captain William Molloy, at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 7 Oct 1942.Submarine Tinosa shortly after launch at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 7 Oct 1942.Submarine Tinosa, adorned with flags and bunting, sliding down the ways at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 7 Oct 1942.Broadside view of submarine USS Tinosa off Mare Island Navy Yard, San Pablo Bay, California, United States, 5 Mar 1943.
Leilani, a Good Luck pinup girl that hung in USS Tinosa’s wardroom and would receive a pat from crewmembers on their way to Battle Stations, circa 1944.Presidential Unit Citation issued to the officers and crew of submarine USS Tinosa for their work on Tinosa’s fourth, fifth, and sixth war patrols.Submarine USS Tinosa underway, 1945.Certificate for the Distinguished Order of the Mighty Mine Dodgers issued to all officers and men of the eight returning submarines from the dangerous passage into and out of the Sea of Japan, May and Jun 1945.
Leilani, a Good Luck pinup girl that hung in USS Tinosa’s wardroom and would receive a pat from crewmembers on their way to Battle Stations, circa 1944.Presidential Unit Citation issued to the officers and crew of submarine USS Tinosa for their work on Tinosa’s fourth, fifth, and sixth war patrols.Submarine USS Tinosa underway, 1945.Certificate for the Distinguished Order of the Mighty Mine Dodgers issued to all officers and men of the eight returning submarines from the dangerous passage into and out of the Sea of Japan, May and Jun 1945.
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Five 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 1945Four 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 HydemanThree of HydemanSubmarine USS Tinosa’s battle flag showing 22 Japanese merchant ships sunk, 12 damaged, two islands shelled, and the graphic of the fighting submarine from the ship’s patch.52 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet, Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, circa Jan 1946
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.Submarine USS Tinosa’s battle flag showing 22 Japanese merchant ships sunk, 12 damaged, two islands shelled, and the graphic of the fighting submarine from the ship’s patch.52 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet, Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, circa Jan 1946
Eleven submarines of the reserve fleet laid up in the Napa River at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 18 Mar 1946.Submarine Tinosa after her deactivation overhaul and decommissioning at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 2 Dec 1953.After the hulk of the submarine Tinosa was used as a target ship, it was scuttled off Hawaii in Nov 1960.
Eleven submarines of the reserve fleet laid up in the Napa River at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 18 Mar 1946.Submarine Tinosa after her deactivation overhaul and decommissioning at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 2 Dec 1953.After the hulk of the submarine Tinosa was used as a target ship, it was scuttled off Hawaii in Nov 1960.
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