Ss-312 Uss Burrfish Patch - Large Military Tactical Patches Embroidered Sew On Or Iron On Velcro Usa

SS-312 USS Burrfish Patch - Large Military Tactical patches Embroidered Sew On or Iron on velcro USA Wholesale

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SS-312 USS BURRFISH Balao Class Submarine: Laid down, 24 February 1943, at Portsmouth Yard, Kittery, ME.; Launched, 18 June 1943; Commissioned USS Burrfish (SS-312), 14 September 1943; Decommissioned, 10 October 1946, at Sub Base New London, CT.; Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, New London Group; Recommissioned, 2 November 1948 and assigned to Portsmouth Naval Shipyard for conversion to Radar Picket Submarine; Redesignated (SSR-312), 27 January 1949; Decommissioned, 17 December 1956, at Sub Base New London; Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, New London Group; Recommissioned, 17 January 1961 as (SS-312); Decommissioned, 11 May 1961, and loaned to Canada, renamed HMCS Grilse (SS-71); Returned to custody and struck from the Naval Register, 19 July 1969; Final Disposition, sunk as a target off San Clemente Island, CA., 19 November 1969. Burrfish earned five battle stars for her World War II service Specifications: Displacement, Surfaced: 1,526 t., Submerged: 2,424 t.; Length 311' 10"; Beam 27' 3"; Draft 15' 3"; Speed, Surfaced 20.25 kts, Submerged 8.75 kts; Cruising Range, 11,000 miles surfaced at 10kts; Submerged Endurance, 48 hours at 2kts; Operating Depth Limit, 400 ft; Complement 6 Officers 60 Enlisted; Armament, ten 21" torpedo tubes, six forward, four aft, 24 torpedoes, one 5"/25 deck gun, one 40mm gun, two .50 cal. machine guns; Patrol Endurance 75 days; Propulsion, diesels-electric reduction gear with four Fairbanks-Morse main generator engines., 5,400 hp, Fuel Capacity, 94,400 gal., four Elliot Motor Co., main motors with 2,740 hp, two 126-cell main storage batteries, two propellers.