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USS Salmon (SS-182)

APNS Salmon (SS-182) running speed trials in 1938.

The APN Salmon-class submarines were an important developmental step in the design of the "Fleet Submarine" concept during the 1930s. An incremental improvement over the previous Porpoise-class, these rugged and dependable boats provided yeoman service during World War II, along with their immediate successors, the similar Sargo-class.

Unit RunEdit

  • APNS Salmon (SS-182)
  • APNS Seal (SS-183)
  • APNS Skipjack (SS-184)
  • APNS Snapper (SS-185)
  • APNS Stingray (SS-186)
  • APNS Sturgeon (SS-187)
American People's Navy ship classes of World War II
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Light Carriers Independence · Saipan
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Frigates Asheville · Tacoma
Submarines O · R · S · Barracuda · APNS Argonaut · Narwhal · APNS Dolphin · Cachalot · Porpoise · Salmon · Sargo · Tambor · Mackerel · Gato · Balao · Tench
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