Conning tower from the USS Sturgeon (SSN 637)

At the Naval Undersea Museum.

The sail of the USS Sturgeon (SSN 637) lead ship of a class of 37 nuclear, fast attack submarines built and operated between 1963 and the present.
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@ 2008-10-25 06:43:48
Served on the USS Sturgeon (SSN-637) from December of 1982 until December of 1986. A fine ship and crew. Will always remember those days fondly.

It's a shame that is all that is left of a fine ship....
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@ 2014-09-16 04:18:59
7 Sep 13: Many of the crew members of the USS Sturgeon (SSN-637) gathered at the Naval Undersea Museum as part of their boat reunion. Many smiles and more than a few photo ops with the sail! Wonderful memories recalled while friendships were furthere cemented..... Glad that piece of the boat still is with us!