Hawker Siddeley (BAE Systems) Nimrod MR2
Oh Wow So Many………………
Japanese Type D (“Koryu”) Midget Submarines In a drydock at Kure Naval Base, Japan, 19 October 1945 http://wrhstol.com/15JzbFO
After delivering the successful attack, the officers aboard USS Aspro (SS 309) took this remarkable photograph of their victim through the periscope. Released 12 June 1945. (via Photographs related to USS Razorback (SS 394))
A Japanese merchant ship slowly sinking after being hit by gunfire from USS Tambor (SS 198). Survivors are thrown lines and hauled aboard by crew members of the sub. Released 12 June 1945.
Walrus on a Russian submarine
Is it strange I feel comfort in this?
U-boats surrender en masse at the end of the WWII. (RN Submarine Museum)
Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor. “Fw-200 C coming back from a mission in 1943 met a U-boat along the French Atlantic coast. It was photographed from a second Kondor of which the shadow is visible on the water. A sole FW Kondor, was used against Convoy UGS-40”
WWI German submarine beached in England after capture
Subs base. Germán Erostarbe