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Added: August 16, 2008
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I have always had a fascination with submarines and finally decided to see what, if anything, was available on the web. I can see weekends traveling to Baltimore, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Groton, CT. I had no idea museums such as your were offered for public consumption.

Added: August 8, 2008
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My wife, children and I visited the USS Torsk today in Baltimore and we really enjoyed it...really interesting. Its so important for my children to know this history. Well done--both the actual submarine and the web site.

My son and I are both Amateur Radio operators and we'll be listening in Illinois for HF from the Torsk. Maybe next year on the annual ARRL Field Day?

Thanks again!
CF


Added: July 7, 2008
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My Father was J.A. Minor M2c. He received a memorandum from The Engineering and Repair Officer via Liutenant Shields. It reads:
"It has come to my attention that from both Commander Johnson and Lieutenant Shields that you have done an unusually difficult and unpleasant job in the U.S.S. Torsk in connecton with work that you performed in the void space in the After Battery. I realize from personal observations of a similar job in the past that it is a tough proposition. Many thanks for a job well done."

It is signed by E.S. Carmick

I would love to hear back from someone regarding this.

Jim Minor


Added: May 20, 2008
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I have really enjoyed this site. I was wondering if there was anymore information on my grandfather who served on this sub from 44-45 his name was Seals M Miller his was a MoMM 2nd class. I would have loved to show him this site but sadly he passed away in 1996

Added: May 14, 2008
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Gents: I rode a Tench Class Boat in the late 60's, the Sea Leopard SS-483. It is always a thrill to see the Torsk in Baltimore Harbor. Great Job to all the volunteers aboard. God Bless.

Added: April 20, 2008
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I Love Big Black Submarine!

Added: April 2, 2008
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visited torsk 16/17th march 2008 had a woderful viset and would like to thank the crew who made us very welcome am now reading the history of torsk. my wife would like to thank cheryl for aquiring a chair to stand on to blast the siren x. visit will be cherished on computor which i videod many thanks from 2 brits

Added: March 24, 2008
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Bravo Zulu! I was thrilled to have toured a well restored vessel! I am a retired sailor (carrier) and was so excited to see familiar sights and sounds. Please keep up the good work. History lives!

Added: March 18, 2008
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I'm a retired Navy Commander (1992) and give a �Bravo Zulu� salute to the great operational record of Torsk and her crew. She was all over the world, making every commitment. Last WWII enemy ship sunk by the Torsk crew. I saw the Torsk in Baltimore today. Nearly 12,000 dives with an incident-free record are testimonies to the Portsmouth shipyard worker, Torsk crew, and the naval architects of the era.

Thanks for sharing the history of this great boat. I admire every crew member. Thanks for our freedoms.

Scott Johnson � CDR, SC, USN (ret)
(I am using another computer tonight�if responding, my home e-mail is rpm@EliteOne.com). God Bless all.


Added: February 24, 2008
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