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Photographs Related to USS Razorback (SS 394) During the 1960s
Photo Caption: "USS Razorback (SS-394) operating off the coast of Oahu, HI. Photo by PHC R.A. Carlisle"
(US Naval Historical Center Photograph USN 201053572)
(Photo dated 10 March 1961)
In this photograph, Razorback has not yet entered the shipyard for her final modifications. She still has the "step sail" that was installed in 1952 as well as the large sonar dome and target blister on deck.
Photo Caption: "Starboard quarter, bow view of USS Razorback (SS 394). Photo by PH1 J.B. Paul".
(US Naval Historical Center Photograph USN 1107498)
(Photo dated 17 August 1964)
This photograph shows Razorback in her final configuration, with the tall "North Atlantic" sail and smooth exterior lines that she still has today.
These four photographs also show Razorback in her final configuration. From the personal collection of Captain Joseph T. Talbert, Jr., USN (ret), last Commanding Officer of USS Razorback. Date and location of photographs are provided where known.
Low angle, port bow view of USS Razorback.
High angle, starboard bow view.
Low angle, starboard bow view.
Low angle, port forward quarter view.