American Submariner Index

American Submariner Index – 1966 – 1980

  • May 1966
    • Origins of USSVI
    • Alag, Wesly ENCS (SS) USN (ret)
  • January 1967
    • Schade, Arnold F. VADM, USN – COMSUBLANT
  • May 1967
    • McCain, John S., Jr. Admiral, USN- COMNAVEUR
    • USS Hunley (AS-31)
  • July 1967
    • Hudson, William O. II, CAPT USN (ret)
    • Lockwood, Charles A. VADM USN (ret) – Obituary
    • Momsen, Charles Bowers “Swede”, Admiral USN (ret) – Obituary
    • Prinski, Stanislaus, TMC (SS) USN (ret) – Obituary
    • Webb, Joe QM1 (SS)
  • November 1967
    • National Officers
  • May 1968
    • 5th Annual Convention Issue
  • February 1971
    • USS Atule (SS-403)
  • June 1971
    • USS Viper (SS-10)
    • USS Cuttlefish (SS-12)
    • USS Tarantula (SS-12)
    • USS R-14 (SS-91)
    • USS Dorado (SS-248)
    • Rep Anderson, William R., (D), Tennessee 6th District
    • Anderson, William R., CAPT USN (ret)
    • “A Submarine” (Poem)
  • October 1971
    • USS N-1 (SS-53)
    • USS N-2 (SS-54)
    • USS Trigger (SS-564)
    • USS Billfish (SSN-676)
    • Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
  • February 1972
    • CSS H.L. Hunley
    • USS Archerfish (SSN-678)
    • Oceanography – It’s Implication on ASW
  • May 1972
    • USS Daniel Boone (SSBN-629)
    • USS Sam Rayburn (SSBN-635)
    • Ward, Norvell Gardiner, RADM USN
    • Deep View Research Submersible
  • November 1972
    • USS Valador (SS-490)
    • Dill, Harold TMC (SS) USN (ret)
  • May 1973
    • USS Adder (SS-3)
    • Submarine History
      • Turtle (1775)
      • Fulton’s Nautilus (1801)
      • Intelligent Whale
      • Peacemaker (1885)
      • Argonaut (1895)
      • H. L. Hunley (1863)
      • USS Holland (SS-1)
    • Annual Report on US Submarines – 1972
  • August 1973
    • Polaris Missile
    • Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
  • June 1974
    • Long, Robert L. J., VADM USN – COMSUBLANT
    • “Memories for Submariners of WWII” – Dedication of USS Ling(SS-397) Museum
    • WWII Combat Records – Number of Ships Sunk
    • WWII Combat Records – Tonnage Sunk
    • February 1975

USS Cobia (SS-245)

    • Manitowoc Maritime Museum
  • April 1975
    • USS Scorpion (SSN-589) Memorial
    • Submarines Lost – April / May / June
  • July 1975
    • USS Cobia (SS-245)
    • Submarines Lost – July / August / September
    • Submariine History – First Russian Submarine was American Built
  • April 1976
    • USS S-12 (SS-117)
    • USS Spadefish (SS-668)
    • “Overheard in Hogan’s Alley”
    • “Down with Doilies”
    • “I Want to be a Sailor”
  • July 1976
    • Bennett, William “Ring”, CWO (SS) – Obituary
    • Williams, John G. Jr., RADM USN –
    • John P. Holland Memorial
  • September-October 1976
    • USS Becuna (SS-319)
    • USS Dace (SS-247)
  • November-December 1976
    • USS Silversides (SS-236)
    • USS Croaker (SS-246)
    • USS Carbonero (SS-337)
    • USS Greenfish (SS-351)
    • USS Scorpion (SSN-589)
    • USS Dallas (SSN-700)
    • Lowell, John E. – PNC – Obituary
    • Russian Submarine News
  • January-February 1977
    • USS Silversides (SS-236)
    • USS Tautog (SSN-639)
    • USS Silversides (SSN-679)
    • John P. Holland Memorial
    • “Gone – But Not Forgotten” – “O” and “R”-class Boats
    • Submarine History – USS Skipjack Toilet Paper
  • April-May 1977
    • USS Blackfin (SS-322)
    • USS Queenfish (SS-393)
    • USS Queenfish (SSN-651)
    • USS L. Mendel Rivers (SSN-686)
    • Development of Submarine Dolphin Insignia
    • “Now Hear This!”
    • Submarine History – “Gone – But Not Forgotten” – USS R-19 (SS-96) to USS S-29 (SS-134)
  • July-September 1977
    • USS Shark (SS-8)
    • USS N-1(SS-53)
    • USS Shark (SSN-591)
    • USS New York City (SSN-696)
    • USS Indianapolis (SSN-697)
    • USS Ohio (SSN-726)
    • “Doggonit!”
    • “Pig Boats”
    • Early Submarine Development by Trial and Error
    • Submarine History – “Gone – But Not Forgotten” – USS S-30 (SS-135) to USS S-48 (SS-153)
  • October-December 1977
    • USS C-4 (SS-15)
    • USS R-14 (SS-91)
    • USS Trigger (SS-237)
    • USS Archerfish (SS-311)
    • USS Wahoo (SS-565)
    • USS Flasher (SSN-613)
    • USS Archerfish (SSN-678)
    • Food Consumption on a Ballistic Missile Submarine
    • “Christmas 1942”
    • Submarine History – “Gone – But Not Forgotten” – “T”-Class and“V”-Class Submarines
    • “Holiday Season Aboard USS Flasher (SSN-613)”
    • Officer’s Country”
    • “I Almost Didn’t Have Time to Hit the Marine at the Gate”
  • January-March 1978
    • USS Jack (SS-259)
    • USS Jack (SS-605)
    • USS Kamehameha (SSBN-642)
    • Submarine History – “Gone – But Not Forgotten – USS Narwhal(SS-167) to USS Dolphin (SS-169)
    • “Matter of Interpretation”
  • October-December 1978
    • USS K-7 (SS-38)
    • USS Sea Devil (SS-400)
    • USS Trout (SS-566)
    • USS Sea Devil (SS-664)
    • Clewell, Willard S. SR, MM2 (SS) – Obituary
    • “Old U-Boat Sought in Lake Michigan”
    • UC-97
    • “First Woman to Wear Dolphins”
    • Kaires, Pamela A. LCDR (M.D.), USN
  • January-March 1979
    • USS Skipjack (SS-24)
    • USS Bullhead (SS-332)
    • USS S-7 (SS-112)
    • USS Daniel Boone (SSBN-629)
    • Lewis, James R., RADM USN – SUBGRU TWO
  • April-June 1979
    • USS Bullhead (SS-332) Park Dedication
  • July-September 1979
    • Memories of Early Submarine Training
  • October-December 1979
    • USS Theodore Roosevelt (SSBN-600)
  • April-June 1980
    • USS Bullhead (SS-332) Memorial Park
    • “Tactial ASW: A Case for a Non-Nuclear Submarine”
  • July-September 1980
    • USS Bullhead (SS-332)
    • USS Bullhead (SS-332) Memorial Park
    • Alexich, Milton P., RADM USN – COMLANTFLT Staff
    • U.S. Submarine Losses – Introduction
  • October-December 1980
    • “A Day That Will Live in Infamy” (Pearl Harbor Attack)
    • “They’re Not Handed Out…”
    • “Tactical ASW: A Case for a Non-Nuclear Submarine”
    • “The Short Life and Sudden Death of the Shinano
    • “Robot Submersible Development”

    American Submariner Index – 1981 – 1985

    • January-March 1981
      • USS S-39 (SS-144)
      • “Nuclear Submarines – SSN”
      • U.S. Submarine Losses – Introduction (continued)
    • April-June 1981
      • USS H-3 (SS-30
      • USS H-6 (SS-149)
      • USS Blueback (SS-581)
      • Garoutte, Norman D., – Force Master Chief, COMSUBLANT
      • Jantz, Micheal, CDR USN – CO USS Blueback
    • July-September 1981
      • USS N-1 (SS-53)
      • USS Ohio (SSBN-726)
      • U.S. Submarine Losses – Introduction (continued)
    • October-December 1981
      • USS Holland (SS-1)
      • USS Groton (SSN-694)
      • USS City of Corpus Christi (SSN-705)
      • Holland, John Phillip
      • Corrigan, Daniel, QM L/C (SS)
      • “Rickover Completes Navy Tour”
      • “Los Angeles Class Submarines”
      • “The Last of the First” (last surviving USS Holland Crewman passes away)
    • January-March 1982
      • USS S-50 (SS-161)
      • “Historical Notes – January – March”
      • “In the News”
      • “Tragedy On Grayback in Phillipines”
    • April-June 1982
      • USS R-4 (SS-81)
      • Koger, Wendel F. (USS R-4)
      • “Torpedo History Surfaces with the Navy’s Last MK XIV”
      • “Submarine Memorials”
      • “The R-Boats”
    • July-September 1982
      • USS Guavina (SS-362 / AOSS-362)
      • “Better Lights for Submarines to Reduce Accidents”
      • “Let’s Join Forces”
      • “Honor of Navy’s Birthplace Claimed by Three Ports”
    • October-November 1982
      • “At the Beginning – A Coaling Station” (Hawaii)
      • “Fleet-wide Submarine News”
      • “International Submarine News”
    • January-March 1983
      • “Covers to Honor 52 Navy Submarines Lost in World War II”
      • “Fleet-wide Submarine News”
      • “Nautilus Opened New Age”
      • “Movie Review – Sweating with the U-96 Crew of “Das Boot””
      • “Pro-Diesel Sub Argument Off Course, Expert Claims”
      • “Rescue Submarine has an Underwater Exit”
      • Skate Celebrates Silver Anniversary”
      • “Submarine Vent Valve” (poem)
      • “TRF Team Refits Submarines Fast”
      • “Underway on Starboard Tack”
    • April-June 1983
      • “Fleet-wide Submarine News”
      • “90 Soviet Sailors Die in Sub Mishap”
      • “Early Subs Posed Problems for Inventors”
      • “Rescue Vessel Passes First Test”
      • “Soviet Sub Surveillance Detailed”
      • “Submariners Remember Anniversary of a Tragedy”
      • “The Old Ways Don’t Apply in 1983”
      • Thresher Disaster Remains a Mystery”
    • July-September 1983
      Issue #3 / 83

      • Member Spotlight – Galantin, Ignatius Joseph, ADM USN (ret)
      • “Bangor Submarine Base – This is the Place”
      • “International Submarine News”
      • “Offshore Drilling Hampers Sub Detection, Navy Says”
      • “Recruiter Tries to Keep Navy Career Afloat”
      • “Specialized Group – ‘Doc’ Wears Dolphins, Tool”
      • “Submarines Became Factor in World War I”
      • “Tattoo: Originally for Closing Taverns”
    • October-December 1983
      • Letters to the Editor – Naming Submarines
      • “Fleet-wide Submarine News”
      • “International Submarine News”
      • “New Antisub Weapon Passes Second Test”
      • “Nuclear Navy Rose from Their Secret Work”
      • Seadragon to Leave Fleet – Sub Surfaced at Pole in 1959″
      • “Submarine Force History – The War Years”
    • #1 – 1984
      • USS Grayback (SS-574)
      • USS Skipjack (SSN-585)
      • “Deep-Diving Bathyscaphe Will Surface Forever
      • “In Naming Ships, You Need a Touch of Whimsy”
      • “Nuclear Fleet was Ultimate Advancement”
      • “Rendesvous at the North Pole”
      • “Sub Vet Recalls Personal Experience”
      • “Submarine History Captured on Canvas by Claus Bergen”
      • “Submarine Operations”
    • #2 – 1984
      • USS Flasher (SS-249)
      • Memories of a USS Grayback (SSG-574) Plank Owner
      • USS Barbel (SS-580) Celebrates Silver Anniversary
      • USS Skate (SSN-578) Returns Home After Third Successful Depolyment
      • USS George Washington (SSBN-598)
      • USS Ethan Allen (SSBN-608) Decommissioning Ends Era
      • USS Greenling (SSN-614)
      • USS Gato (SSN-615) CO Ready for Challenges
      • USS Alexander Hamilton (SSBN-617) Makes History with Video”
      • USS Cavalla (SSN-684)
      • USS LaJolla (SSN-701) Hits USS Higbee in Cruise Missile Test
      • USS Alabama (SSBN-731)
      • U-234
      • “2,494 Missing After 11 Years” (Vietnam War)
      • “Lost Sonar Won’t Tell Soviets Much”
      • “Nautical Note – Piping over the Side”
      • “Officer Enjoys Unique Navy Challenges”
      • “Sub Base Supply – Meeting the Needs of a Growing Fleet”
      • “Submarine Operations” (Current News)
      • “USS Proteus (AS-19) Turns 40″
      • “Visit to USS Alabama (BB-60) Initiates Contest for Submarine Patch”
      • “What if the Germans had Listened to U-Boat Skipper?”
      • “WWII Submariner Returns to His Homeport”
    • #3 – 1984
      • USS Grayling (SS-209)
      • USS Gudgeon (SS-211)
      • USS Bonefish (SS-223) Memorial Dedicated at TTF
      • USS Sealion (SS-315)
      • USS Menhaden (SS-377)
      • USS Razorback (SS-394)
      • USS Redfish (SS-395)
      • USS Ronquil (SS-396)
      • USS Seawolf (SSN-575)
      • USS Skate (SSN-578)
      • USS Swordfish (SSN-579)
      • USS Barbel (SS-580)
      • USS Bonefish (SS-582)
      • USS Seadragon (SSN-584)
      • USS Skipjack (SSN-585)
      • USS Scamp (SSN-588)
      • USS George Washington (SSBN-598)
      • USS Patrick Henry (SSBN-599 / SSN-599)
      • USS Alexander Hamilton (SSBN-617)
      • USS Daniel Webster (SSBN-626)
      • USS Nathanael Greene (SSBN-636)
      • USS James K. Polk (SSBN-645)
      • USS Guitarro (SSN-665)
      • USS Philadelphia (SSN-690)
      • USS Groton (SSN-694)
      • USS Boston (SSN-703)
      • USS Hyman G. Rickover (SSN-709)
      • USS Providence (SSN-710)
      • USS Salt Lake City (SSN-716)
      • USS Providence (SSN-719)
      • USS Pittsburgh (SSN-720)
      • USS Georgia (SSBN-729)
      • USS Alaska (SSBN-732)
      • USS Henry M. Jackson (SSBN-730)
      • Sea Cliff
      • HMCS Ojibwa
      • HMS Trafalgar
      • HMS Conquerer
      • U-20
      • USS Observation Island (T-AGM-23)
      • Herrera, Henry F., CDR USN
      • Hoffman, Harry – Obituary
      • “Are We Ready for Submarine Warfare in the Arctic?”
      • “At Fleet Support, Automation is Key”
      • “Design Approved for U.S. Navy Memorial”
      • “DSRV – Mystic
      • “DSV Completes Hull Test”
      • “Find Sub That Hit Lusitania”
      • “Refit – An Arduous Task”
      • “Submarine Veteran Remembers Life Under the Sea”
      • “Supply’s Largest Division Provides Support to Fleet”
      • “The Ice Above / The Giant Below” – Cargo Submarines
      • “The Pig Boats of San Pedro”
    • #4 – 1984
      • USS Permit (SS-178)
      • USS Squalus (SS-192)
      • USS Barb (SS-220)
      • USS Finback (SS-230)
      • USS Bluegill (SS-242)
      • USS Rock (SS-274)
      • USS Blueback (SS-326)
      • USS Catfish (SS-339)
      • USS Guavina (SS/SSO/AGSS/AOSS-362)
      • USS Icefish (SS-367)
      • USS Jallao (SS-368)
      • USS Ronquil (SS-396)
      • “Fighting a New Submarine War – Vets, City Battle over USSTorsk (SS-423)
      • “USS Seadragon (SSN-584) Retires After 24 Years Active Service”
      • USS Triton (SSN-586)
      • Albacore Home” – USS Albacore (SS-569)
      • Swordfish Celebrates 26th Birthday” – USS Swordfish (SSN-579)
      • Skipjack Reunion a Success” – USS Skipjack (SSN-585)
      • USS Sculpin (SSN-590)
      • USS Shark (SSN-591)
      • USS Snook (SSN-592)
      • USS Tullibee (SSN-597)
      • “USS Dace (SSN-607) Marks 20 Years of Faithful Service”
      • USS Alexander Hamilton (SSBN-617)
      • Haddock (SSN-621) Visits Subase After 7-Year Absence”
      • USS Sam Raburn (SSBN-635)
      • USS Whale (SSN-638)
      • USS Pargo (SSN-650)
      • USS Trepang (SSN-674)
      • USS Archerfish (SSN-678)
      • USS Cavalla (SSN-684)
      • USS Richard B. Russell (SSN-687)
      • USS New York City (SSN-696)
      • USS Jacksonville (SSN-699)
      • USS Boston (SSN-703)
      • USS City of Corpus Christi (SSN-705)
      • USS Buffalo (SSN-715)
      • USS Providence (SSN-719)
      • USS Pittsburgh (SSN-720)
      • USS Chicago (SSN-721)
      • USS Florida (SSBN-728)
      • USS Georgia (SSBN-729)
      • USS Henry M. Jackson (SSBN-730)
      • USS Alabama (SSBN-731)
      • USS Alaska (SSBN-732)
      • USS Nevada (SSBN-733)
      • HMS Spartan
      • HMS Trenchant (S-115)
      • Ojibwa is Waiting” – HMCS Ojibwa (SS-72)
      • Isaac Pera (S-329)
      • Narcisco Monturiol (S-35)
      • USS Fulton (AS-11)
      • USS Orion (AS-18)
      • USS L. Y. Spear (AS-36)
      • Sibitzky, Martin C., CAPT USN (ret)
      • “A Hard Boiled Hunt for Treasure”
      • “Change of Command – Passing the Helm to Their FBM Twins” (Gold Crew / Blue Crew)
      • “EDF Has the Vital Ingredients in Recipe for the Ney Award”
      • “Holy Loch – Home for FBM’s”
      • “How are Decommissioned Subs Safely Disposed Of?”
      • “Keep Sub Ops Secure”
      • “Lay Readers Add Unity to SSBN Patrols”
      • “Making the Best of Holidays Away”
      • “Midget Submarines”
      • “MK 37 Torpedo Shop Discontinues Operaiton”
      • “MK 48 Torpedo Shop Officially Reopens”
      • “Professionalism Key to Good Turnover”
      • “Sailor Gets Cash for Suggestion”
      • “Scotland is a Solid Base for Ever-Changing Crews”
      • “Sibitzky Remembers Wartime Drama” (Squalus Rescue)
      • “Skipper of Sub in Accident Relieved”
      • “Sub Base Supply – Inventory Control and EDF Working Hard to Get the Job Done”
      • “Sub Crew Removes Logbook” – HMS Conqueror / General Belgrano
      • “Tomahawk Accuracy”
      • “Vice President Visits Norfolk, Relives Incident” – Bush, George Herbert Walker
      • “Welcome to the ‘Land of the Sideways Rain’ ” (Scotland)
    • #1 – January-March – 1985
      • The S-48 – The Most Powerful Submarine in the World” – USS S-48 (SS-159)
      • “Museum Acquires Unique Engine” – USS Nautilus (SS-168)
      • “USS Finback (SS-230) Saves Famous Pilot”
      • “Stuck Torpedo” – USS Silversides (SS-236)
      • “Operation High Jump, Going to the South Pole” – USS Sennet(SS-408)
      • “Nautilus Slated for Arrival This Summer” – USS Nautilus (SSN-571)
      • USS Barbel (SS-580)
      • USS Bonefish (SS-582)
      • USS Scamp (SSN-588)
      • “Did Malfunctioning Torpedo Doom Scorpion II (SSN-589)?”
      • USS Sculpin (SSN-590)
      • USS Tullibee (SSN-597)
      • USS George Washington (SSBN/SSN-598)
      • USS Sam Houston (SSN-609)
      • USS Thomas Jefferson (SSBN/SSN-618)
      • USS Sam Rayburn (SSBN-635)
      • USS Nathanael Greene (SSBN-636)
      • USS Whale (SSN-638)
      • USS Pargo (SSN-650)
      • USS Mariano G. Vallejo (SSBN-658)
      • USS Guitarro (SSN-665)
      • USS Trepang (SSN-674)
      • USS Tunny (SSN-682)
      • USS Cavalla (SSN-684)
      • USS Baton Rouge (SSN-689)
      • USS Alexander Hamilton (SSBN-617)
      • USS Omaha (SSN-692)
      • USS Birmingham (SSN-695)
      • USS New York City (SSN-696)
      • USS City of Corpus Christi (SSN-705)
      • USS Augusta (SSN-710)
      • USS Buffalo (SSN-715)
      • USS Olympia (SSN-717)
      • USS Pittsurgh (SSN-720)
      • Georgia Banner Presented to Bangor Chapel” – USS Georgia(SSBN-729)
      • USS Alabama (SSBN-731)
      • USS Alaska (SSBN-732)
      • NR-1
      • USS Pigeon (ASR-21)
      • USS Ortolan (ASR-22)
      • JSMDF Narushio (SS-569)
      • Bush, George Herbert Walker
      • “Barracks Construction Tops Priority List for 1985”
      • “Insignia Collector Searches for ‘Sailor’s Friend'”
      • “Newest Attack Sub Joins Fleet in 1995 (SSN-21)
      • “North Korean Sub Believed Sunk”
      • “Quality at Sea: The Submarine Commander”
      • “Simulate Submarine Life Right in Your Home”
      • “Snorkel Solos to Test Plane’s Anti-Sub Radar” – 1956
      • “Subase Supply – Material Division Gives Physical Supply Support”
      • “Submarine on Wheels is Used as a Rum Runner” – 1930
      • “Three New Subs to Bolster Pearl Harbor Sub Force”
      • Washington / Jefferson Retired in Solemn Ceremony”
    • #2 – April-June – 1985
      • Salmon: The One that Got Away” – USS Salmon (SS-182)
      • USS Swordfish (SS-193)
      • “War Hero, Arctic Explorer and Movie Star” – USS Redfish (SS-395)
      • USS Irex (SS-482)
      • Swordfish Makes Historic Visit” – USS Swordfish (SSN-579)
      • Barbel Honors Lost Crew of Albacore” – USS Barbel (SS-580) / USS Albacore (SS-218)
      • “Welcome Home USS Barbel” (SS-580)
      • USS Sargo (SSN-583)
      • USs Skipjack (SSN-585)
      • USS Snook (SSN-592)
      • USS Permit (SSN-594)
      • Washington Plankowner Recalls First Polaris Test” – USSGeorge Washington (SSBN-598)
      • USS Patrick Henry (SSBN-599)
      • USS Andrew Jackson (SSBN-619)
      • USS Robert E. Lee (SSBN-601)
      • USS John C. Calhoun (SSBN-630)
      • USS Stonewall Jackson (SSBN-634)
      • USS Whale (SSN-638)
      • USS Simon Bolivar (SSBN-641)
      • Ray Another Success Story” – USS Ray (SSN-653)
      • USS George C. Marshall (SSBN-654)
      • USS George Washington Carver (SSBN-656)
      • USS Billfish (SSN-676)
      • “Repair Sets Record in Screw Change” – USS Aspro (SSN-684) / USS New York City (SSN-696)
      • USS Groton (SSN-694)
      • “Welcome to Hawaii USS Birmingham” – (SSN-695)
      • USS Indianapolis (SSN-697)
      • USS Jacksonville (SSN-699)
      • Albuquerque Doubly Honored” – USS Albuquerque (SSN-706)
      • USS Augusta (SSN-710)
      • USS Georgia (SSBN-728)
      • USS Chanticleer (ASR-7)
      • USS Proteus (AS-19)
      • USS Canopus (AS-34)
      • 100th Polaris Patrol
      • “Navy Says Converted Vessel Has Made Dive to 20,000 Feet –Sea Cliff
      • “Strength Through Nuclear Power”
      • “Sub Officer’s Trial Set”
      • “Subase Supply – Data Processing: Supply’s Answer to the Computer Age”
      • “Submarine Seamen to Float to Top of Tower – 1930
    • #3 – July-September – 1985
      • “Last Dive of the F-4 Sub” – (SS-23)
      • USS K-1 (SS-32)
      • USS Sea Raven (SS-196)
      • “World War II Submarine May Be Evicted From Pier” – USSSilversides (SS-236) – Chicago
      • “US Sub Blows Up in Sea Off Russia – All But One Saved” – USSCochino (SS-345) / USS Tusk (SS-426)
      • USS Cochino (SS-345)
      • “War Patrol” – USS Parche (SS-384)
      • “I Saw the Mushroom…” – USS Sterlet (SS-392) – Nagasaki
      • USS Queenfish (SS-393)
      • Darter in Collision” – (SS-576)
      • Darter Returns Home After Deployment” – (SS-576)
      • “USS Nautilus Memorial and Museum Take Shape” – (SSN-571)
      • Swordfish Celebrates 27 Years” – (SSN-579)
      • Swordfish Returns to Manila” – (SSN-579)
      • “Aloha USS Barbel (SS-580)”
      • USS Sculpin (SSN-590)
      • USS Tautog (SSN-639)
      • USS Hammerhead (SSN-663)
      • Aloha USS Hawkbill” – (SSN-666)
      • Trepang Travels to Top of the World” _ (SSN-674)
      • Salt Lake City Homeported in San Diego” – (SSN-716)
      • USS Providence (SSN-719)
      • “USS Key West Launched” – (SSN-722)
      • Georgia Hoists Silver Dolphin Flag” – (SSBN-729)
      • “Trident Commissioned” – USS Alabama (SSBN-731)
      • “Seventh Trident Begins Sea Trials” – USS Alaska (SSBN-732)
      • USS Simon Lake (AS-33)
      • “A Lost Valentine Ring Back as Gift From Sea” – O’Kane, Richard, RADM, USN (ret)
      • Baker Test
      • “Canada’s First Subs – A Tale of Skulduggery”
      • “Confrontation Underseas”
      • “Poseidon Sub Dismantling Begins to Meet SALT Limits”
      • Sea Cliff Dives to 20,000 Feet”
      • “Why the SSN-21? And Why Now?”
    • #4 – October-December – 1985
      • USS S-5 (SS-110)
      • USS Bowfin (SS-287)
      • “O’Kane and Tang Made Submarine History Until Taken Down by Own Torpedo” – (SS-306)
      • “Back from the Forgotten” – USS Batfish (SS-310)
      • “War Patrol” – USS Sealion (SS-315)
      • “No Time For Mothballs” – USS Gudgeon (SSAG-567) / TCGHizir Reis (S-342)
      • “Welcome Home USS Skate (SSN-578)
      • Swordfish Crewmembers Cited for Performance” – (SSN-579)
      • USS Barbel (SS-580)
      • USS Scamp (SSN-590)
      • “Hunter-Killer Sub Turns 25” – USS Tullibee (SSN-597)
      • USS Abraham Lincoln (SSBN-602)
      • USS Sam Houston (SSBN-609/SSN-609)
      • USS Greenling (SSN-614)
      • USS Lafayette (SSBN-616)
      • USS Andrew Jackson (SSBN-619)
      • USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633)
      • Kamehameha – An Award Winner” – (SSBN-642)
      • USS Aspro (SSN-648)
      • USS Queenfish (SSN-651)
      • USS Puffer (SSN-652)
      • USS Tunny (SSN-682)
      • USS Boston (SSN-703)
      • USS Albuquerque (SSN-706)
      • USS Buffalo (SSN-715)
      • Honolulu Commissioned” (SSN-718)
      • “USS Pittsburgh Commissioned” – (SSN-720)
      • USS Oklahoma City (SSN-723)
      • “USS Louisville (SSN-724) Launched”
      • USS Georgia (SSBN-729)
      • USS Nevada (SSBN-733)
      • “A Crew Member’s View of Launch Day” – USS Nevada (SSBN-733)
      • HMAS Onslow (S-60)
      • “Australian Navy Reaches Key Decision on Diesel Subs”
      • “General Dynamics Barred from SUBACS Bid”
      • “In Support of the Submarine Fleet”
      • “Kings Bay – A Submarine Base From Scratch”
      • “Lehman Proposes Trident Competition”
      • “Manitowoc Submarines”
      • “Navy Updating Escape Apparatus – Sub Tower Being Deep-Sixed”
      • “New Sub Needed”
      • “SSN-21 to Carry On Proud Seawolf Heritage”
      • “SWFLANT Taking Shape”
      • “The Diesel Sub Still Has a Role in a High-Tech World”
      • “The East Coast Was ‘U-Boat Alley’ “
      • “The War Years in Manitowoc”
      • “Tomahawk’s Malfunction Forces Termination of Overland Test”