Tag Archives: Subs

Sometimes you just need a little time to refocus – theleansubmariner

I have written nearly 1000 posts since the beginning of the blog. Of course most of them have been about submarines and leadership but its been fun to record other historical events and key events from naval history. One project … Continue reading

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Ocean explorer discovers 5 sunken WWII subs, giving closure to hundreds of families – NBC News May 27, 2021

I saw this on NBC News recently – Ocean explorer discovers 5 sunken WWII subs, giving closure to hundreds of families: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/military/ocean-explorer-hailed-finding-5-navy-submarines-sank-world-war-n1268674. Slightly longer article, but here are some basics. By Anna Schecter and Rich Schapiro May 27, 2021 Since she was a … Continue reading

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Time Running Out To Rescue 53 Sailors Aboard Missing Indonesian Submarine – NPR April 22, 2021

I saw this on NPR today – Time Running Out To Rescue 53 Sailors Aboard Missing Indonesian Submarine – NPR April 22, 2021: https://www.npr.org/2021/04/22/989758755/time-running-out-for-any-rescue-of-53-sailors-aboard-missing-indonesian-submarin. Slightly longer article. SCOTT NEUMAN Twitter Rescuers scouring the Bali Sea for a stricken Indonesian submarine … Continue reading

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Happy Submarine Month 2021 – theleansubmariner

I saw this earlier today – Happy Submarine Month 2021 April is definitely submarine month in the United States. It’s also been that way for me personally since it was the month that my most memorable submarine experience celebrates an … Continue reading

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There is no “Accident” in Team — theleansubmariner

There is no “Accident” in Team Okay, I can hear the groans. It should be “There is no i in Team”. At least until some smarty pants shows up with the poster that shows exactly where the “i” is. In … Continue reading

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HMS Telemachus – Melbourne – 1949 — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News

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“U.S. Navy Reports On Arctic And North Atlantic” –Naval News — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

Official portrait of Admiral Burke as Commander NAVEUR-NAVAF Naval News reports on a Webinar conducted by Admiral Robert Burke who is Commander of U.S. Naval Forces Europe, Commander of U.S. Naval Forces Africa, and Commander of Allied Joint Forces Command in … Continue reading

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USS Cod (SS 224) — Pacific Paratrooper

U.S.S. Cod (SS 224), was launched on March 21, 1943. under the command of CDR James C. Dempsey, USN. Dempsey had already won fame by sinking the first Japanese destroyer lost in the war while in command of a tiny, World War … Continue reading

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The Relief Crew – Giving Aid to the Front Line Fighters — theleansubmariner

During the World War 2 in the Pacific, one of the groups that had the biggest ability to impact Japanese supply lines was the US Navy Submarine Force. These incredibly brave men began their missions within hours of the attack … Continue reading

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The Abandoned WWII Base & U-Boat | Rhode Island – Jason Allard YouTube

I saw this on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZVnmN72A-g Direct link: The Abandoned WWII Base & U-Boat | Rhode Island https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZVnmN72A-g (around 12:09 minutes long)

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