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- Submarine Memorials, Museums, and Partial Displays
- St. Marys Submarine Museum, Inc.
(website under construction) Since 1996, St. Marys has grown to showcase all things submarine related. They have numerous display cases, models, plaques, photos, and major shipboard items on display. They house one of the largest and most complete collections of WWII war patrol reports in the country. They also have the Ben Bastura Submarine Library & Museum. Not too far from St. Marys is the USS George Bancroft (SSBN-643) sail exhibit. Stop by when you are near St. Marys, Georgia.
- Naval Undersea Museum
This museum in Washington state includes the Trieste II (DSV-1), the Deep Quest, and the sail of the USS Sturgeon (SSN-637). They also feature a simulation of the control room from the USS Greenling (SSN-614).
- US Navy Museum
The US Navy Museum has a large room exhibit dedicated just to submarines. Included in this exhibit is a model of the Turtle, several battle flags, and a re-created submarine interior space that includes two working periscopes. You can also see the USS Balao (SS-285) sail nearby.
- WWII National Submarine Memorial - East
Located in Groton, CT, the conning tower of USS Flasher (SS-249) is on display here.
- New Jersey Naval Museum
Located in Hackensack, NJ, part of the USS Halfbeak (SS-352) sail is on display here.
- USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
Located in Honolulu, HI, the bridge structure and conning tower barrel from the USS Parche (SS-384) are on display here.
- Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
Located in Portsmouth, NH, the bridge and conning tower of the USS Sailfish (SS-192) is on display here. I believe the sail from the USS Grayling (SSN-646) is also on display here.
- Submarine Force Museum
Located in Groton, CT, the sail from the USS George Washington (SSBN-598) is on display outside.
- American Undersea Warfare Center
Located in Galveston, TX, the sail from the USS Tautog (SSN-639) is on display here.
- USS Hawkbill (SSN-666) sail
Located in Arco, ID, the sail from the USS Hawkbill (SSN-666) is on display here.
- Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park
Located in Buffalo, NY, the sail from the USS Boston (SSN-703) is on display here.
- Mare Island Historic Park
Located in Vallejo, CA, the sail from the USS Mariano G. Vallejo (SSBN 658) is on display on the east side of the museum in the building ways where she was launched in 1965. A display of the Vallejo control room, created from original parts, will be completed soon.
- Patriots Point
Located in Mount Pleasant, SC, the sail from the USS Lewis & Clark (SSBN-644) is on display here.
- National Museum of the Pacific War
Located in Fredericksburg, TX, parts of the USS Pintado (SS-387) are on display in the Memorial Courtyard.
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
Located in Detroit, MI, you can look through the periscope from the USS Tambor (SS-198) here.
- Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum
Located in Vallejo, CA, you can look through the periscope from the USS Baya (SS-318) here.
- Deterrent Park @ Bangor Submarine Base
Located at Bangor Submarine Base, Silverdale, WA, the sail from the USS Woodrow Wilson (SSBN-624) is on display here.
- USS Nathanael Greene (SSBN-636) sail
You can view the sail from the USS Nathanael Greene (SSBN-636) in Port Canaveral, FL.
- "The Fin Project"
Pigboats.com Submarine Fins
Numerous submarine fins you can visit.
- General Submarine Info
- Valor at Sea
The World War II military history of American Fleet Submarines and the unrestricted submarine warfare campaign against Japan 1941-1945.
A three person effort to bring you what they feel is the best they have to offer of over 30 years of combined actual submarine experience and many more years of research.
- HyperWar: Submarines of the US Navy, 1940-1945
HyperWar has a great deal of information on all SS submarines from 1940-1945.
A comprehensive web resource on the American submarine forces in World War II.
- Historic Naval Ships Association
The vessels of the Historic Naval Ships Association consist of museums and memorials that honor the men and women who serve their nations as well as provide an exciting and fun place to learn about history and technology.
- Wikipedia's List of Submarine Classes of the US Navy
The starting point on Wikipedia.org for submarines of the US Navy.
- The Fleet Type Submarine Manual Online
The online version of The Fleet Type Submarine provided by the San Francisco Maritime National Park Association.
On Eternal Patrol
On Eternal Patrol honors the men of the US Submarine Force by attempting to put faces to as many of the names on the lists of lost submariners as possible.
- Periscope Film
PeriscopeFilm.com sells many DVDs of submarines in action. They also sell copies of "The Fleet Type Submarine Manual" which is a real gem.
- GUPPY Submarines
This is a great resource on many submarine conversions, including GUPPY, Fleet Snorkel, Pickets, SSG, SSK, and SST.
- Task Force 1
Task Force 1 contains virtual tours of visits to America's memorial fleet.
- Submarine Forums
- Submarine Veterans Organizations
- Shipmate Locators
Where submariners stay in touch.
DeckLog is a free website to help US Navy veterans find shipmates, Navy reunions, crew lists, information (photos, patches, history & fates) for most US Navy ships: aircraft carriers, battleships, cruisers, destroyers, frigates, landing & patrol crafts, submarines, transports, tugs, etc.
- Submarine Shopping
- Submarine Simulator Games
The web's #1 sub simulation resource.
- Submarine Related
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