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USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class

USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class
USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class
USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class
USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class
USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class

USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class
USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class. USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model Sail again with the crew of the USS Greenling SSN-614 in this handcrafted wooden Submarine Model. Each piece is carved from wood and handpainted to provide a piece you’ll love. Length – 20 inches Made from Mahogany US Veteran Owned Business USS Greenling (SSN-614) was a Permit-class submarine. Her keel was laid down on 15 August 1961 by General Dynamics Electric Boat of Groton, Connecticut. Because she was still early in the construction process, Greenling was one of three selected Thresher-class submarines selected for conversion to the improved Thresher class. The other two were SSN-613 Flasher and SSN-615 Gato. She was launched on 4 April 1964 sponsored by Mrs. On 29 April, she was towed to Quincy, Massachusetts, for lengthening and submarine safety program (SUBSAFE) modifications. Modifications included increased buoyancy and adding 13 feet 9 inches of length to the hull, providing improved living and working conditions for the crew and space for additional equipment. Greenling was commissioned on 3 November 1967. Service history On 27 May 1968, Greenling’s fleet training exercise was interrupted by the search and rescue operation for missing submarine USS Scorpion (SSN-589). Her commanding officer was designated the Commander of the SAR Task Element, which included of three nuclear and four diesel submarines. That assignment continued until 12 June 1968. Greenling spent most of her career assigned to Submarine Squadron 10 (SUBRON 10) and was homeported in Groton, Connecticut. [citation needed] On 27 March 1973, Greenling accidentally dived “well below its test depth” during a training dive off the coast of Bermuda due to a faulty depth gauge. Various reports placed Greenling between 150 and 200 feet from crush depth at her deepest point. Equipment from Greenling’s control room was salvaged and used to construct a simulation of a submarine control room as an exhibit at the Naval Undersea Museum in Keyport, Washington. USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model. Sail again with the crew of the USS Greenling SSN-614 in this handcrafted wooden Submarine Model. Length – 20 inches. US Veteran Owned Business. USS Greenling (SSN-614) was a Permit-class submarine. On 27 March 1973, Greenling accidentally dived “well below its test depth” during a training dive off the coast of Bermuda due to a faulty depth gauge. Equipment from Greenling’s control room was salvaged and us├ęd to construct a simulation of a submarine control room as an exhibit at the Naval Undersea Museum in Keyport, Washington. Sorry, our items are NOT available for pick-up. No additional information at this time. You might also like. VP-8 Tigers Squadron Patch – Plastic Backing. VT-28 Rangers Green Squadron Patch – Sew On. VPU-2 Wizards Squadron Patch – Sew On. JOPA Patch – Plastic Backing. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Models”. The seller is “madfoxpilot” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
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USS Greenling SSN-614 Submarine Model, US Navy, Scale Model, Mahogany, Permit Class