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One of the few Fleet ("Gato") class submarines remaining for public view, the USS Cobia (SS-245), sits today on Lake Michigan in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, as a National Historic Landmark, a tribute to the men of the "Silent Service" and the workers who built the subs, which were so instrumental in defeating the Japanese Imperial Navy and the German Reich in the Second World War. 

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Story of Cobia's dramatic rescue of 7 downed pilots, April 1945 (from Dean VanDruff)!

Memorial for the lost boats!

USS Cobia WWII crew list!

Video interview of Cobia vet Hal Knapp!

See what's happening in the mess room.

List of all submarines on public display worldwide
 
  Modified Cobia patch design :-) when she was used in reserve training around 1960
(thanks to reserve crew member Thomas Barnum!)

 
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