95 Hardcover D783 This history of submarine building at the Portsmouth Navy Yard during World War II examines the remarkable production and efficiency of the managers and workers at the Navy's premier ship building facility.
What does PT stand for?
PT stands for Portsmouth Navy Yard (US Navy)
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The Squalus (SS-192), built in 1937 at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, was the newest and most formidable sub in the U.
1927 USS Argonaut (SF7) was launched 10 November 1927 as V-4 by Portsmouth Navy Yard, and later commisioned on 2 April 1928.
A few years later she was decommissioned and towed to the Portsmouth Navy Yard, where she remained, a derelict, until 1897, when John F.