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ID:	153033 What class of submarines are in the foreground? They look like Skipjacks but the rear deck is wide as a those on a missile boat but not as long.

    The sub in the back nearest the ship looks like a Regulus 1 or 2 missile boat.
    Make it simple, make strong, make it work!

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    Turns out they decommissioned US missile boats awaitng disposal/recycling. The middle section with the missile tubes were removed and the 2 ends rejoined together.

    Makes an interesting model.
    Make it simple, make strong, make it work!

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    • #3
      This is a shot from the Inactive Ships Facility in Bremerton. The Halibut is in the background with (3) 598's in the foreground. I used to have access to PSNS and it was always depressing to see boats in the drydocks being "recycled" - especially the ones I served or worked on.
      Last edited by CC Clarke; 09-03-2021, 06:32 PM.

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