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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

The Fleet Type Submarine

Chapomatic found a very complete, yet disorganized, collection of links to almost everything related to the military that's available on the 'net. In the "Submarine" section (left side, about 1/3 of the way down the page) I found a link to twelve NAVPERS training manuals on submarines put out right after WWII, including the introductory text "The Fleet Type Submarine". Literally hundreds of pages, all done in that Navy training manual style we know and fall asleep to, it's a great resource for anyone interested in technical information on the submarines that won WWII in the Pacific.

Going deep...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think those must be the ones posted on the USS Pampanito website-

1/04/2006 9:51 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The 688i I was on about 10 years ago had a very slightly updated version of the "Fleet Submarine" manual, but not by much. This manual was tucked away deep in the engine room with other very seldom used manuals. My favorite passage was that describing the "Hanger Compartment". The Compartment used to house the aircraft when not depolyed.

1/04/2006 5:43 PM

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