Nautilus SSN-571


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USS Nautilus (SSN-571), in Long Island Sound, off New London, Connecticut, during her shakedown cruise, May 1955.

National Archives Photograph, 80-G-K-18455

Lookout on the bridge of USS Nautilus (SSN-571) keeps an alert watch for pieces of ice as the Nautilus presses closer to the Polar ice cap, circa August 1958.

NHHC Photograph Collection, L-File, Wars and Events


Commander William R. Anderson, USN, Commanding Officer of USS Nautilus (SSN-571), far right, on the bridge during a period of low visibility as the submarine prepares to pass under the North Pole, August 1958.

National Archives photograph, USN 1037145


Navigator’s Report. USS Nautilus for 3 August 1958 when the submarine passed under the geographic North Pole.

NHHC Photograph Collection, L-File, Wars and Events


Lookout on the bridge of USS Nautilus (SSN 571) keeps an alert watch for pieces of ice as the Nautilus presses closer to the Polar Ice Cap, August 1958.

NHHC Photograph Collection, L-File, Ships


 


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