Archer-Fish (SS-311) in World War II,
a Picture Album
(Designed by Disney Studios)
|USS Archer-Fish (SS311) in
WWII fighting trim....
Beautiful isn't She?
|Waiting for Shinano.....
Periscope view of Sagami Wan Bay and Mt. Fuji south of Tokyo Bay taken during War Patrol #5, Oct - Dec, 44.
|Original Plot Map from attack
and sinking of Shinano.
(Photo taken during visit with Captain Enright, July 2000.)
Captain Enright immediately
after receiving the Navy Cross
|Well deserved R 'n R.
Archer-Fish Crew at Camp Dealey Guam, 25DEC44.
|Archer-Fish proudly flies the
Presidential Unit Citation Pennant from #2 Scope
(On display at USS Batfish SS310 Submarine Museum, Muskogee, OK.)
|Archer-Fish, at sea,
off San Francisco 1945
|2SEP45 VJ Day!
The Boats of SubRon 20 with USS Proteus. Capt. Enright was senior CO so had first outboard position alongside Proteus.
|War's Over - A Chance to
Archer-Fish outboard Proteus
|September 1, 1945
A victorious Archer-Fish Crew displays Her Battleflag.
|Captain Enright and Crew enjoy
a Beer Ball Game,
September 1945, following return to Pearl from
War Patrol #7 and Japanese Surrender at Tokoy Bay.
Comments by Leo "Doc" Carter: "Capt. Joe as most of us remember him. An extremely down to earth person. I think this was taken at a beer ball game just after we got back to Pearl. Joe was in cap and tie, and Dave Bunting, the XO, on Joe's right was in a tie also. The crewman just over Joe's right shoulder is "Cactus" Yotter TM1 who died many years ago. Doc"
|Archer-Fish Crew Remembers Sinking Largest Ship in Japanese Navy - New London Day Newspaper ("click" link)|
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