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Old Unused United States Navy U.S.S. Gato SSN-615 Nuclear Submarine Insignia Decal
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Old Unused United States Navy U.S.S. Gato SSN-615 Nuclear Submarine Insignia Decal
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The picture shows a view of this Old Unused United States Navy U.S.S. Gato SSN-615 Nuclear Submarine Insignia Decal. The colorful insignia decal is not dated and the year that it was made is unknown. It is marked as follows:

USS GATO
SSN-615
THE GOALKEEPER

The decal measures 3-1/4'' wide. It appears to be in excellent unused condition with a few tiny scuff marks as pictured. Below here, for reference is some additional information about the U.S.S. Gato nuclear submarine:

U.S.S. Gato (SSN-615)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Career (United States)
Name: U.S.S. Gato
Namesake: The gato, a species of small catshark
Ordered: 9 July 1960
Builder: General Dynamics Electric Boat
Laid down: 15 December 1961
Launched: 14 May 1964
Sponsored by: Mrs. Lawson P. Ramage
Commissioned: 25 January 1968
Decommissioned: 25 April 1996
Nickname: ''The Goal Keeper'' & ''The Black Cat''
Fate: Disposed of via Ship Submarine Recycling Program

General characteristics
Class & type: Thresher/Permit class nuclear submarine
Displacement: 3964 tons light, 4242 tons full, 278 tons dead
Length: 292 feet (89 m)
Beam: 32 feet (9.8 m)
Draft: 28 feet (8.5 m)
Propulsion: S5W reactor with S3G-3 Core, two steam turbines with reduction geared single shaft
Complement: 12 officers, 115 enlisted men
Armament: 4 - 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes amidships, MK-37 and MK-48 torpedoes, MK-67 SLMM, UGM-84 Harpoon cruise missiles, SUBROC short range ballistic missile

The U.S.S. Gato (SSN-615) was a Thresher/Permit class nuclear submarine known as the ''Goal Keeper'' or the ''Black Cat''. She was the second United States Navy ship named after the gato, a species of small catshark found in waters along the west coast of Mexico. The contract to build her was awarded to the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics Corporation on 9 July 1960 and her keel was laid down on 15 December 1961 at Groton, Connecticut. She was launched 14 May 1964 sponsored by Mrs. Lawson P. Ramage, and was commissioned 25 January 1968.

On 15 November 1969, Gato collided with the Soviet submarine K-19 in the Barents Sea at a depth of some 200 feet (61 m). She was the first nuclear powered submarine to completely circumnavigate South America, and the first nuclear powered submarine to navigate the Strait of Magellan during its 1976 Unitas run under the command of Captain Partlow. It was on this voyage that it became the first nuclear submarine to travel through the Panama Canal. Gato was decommissioned and stricken on 25 April 1996 and disposed of by submarine recycling.

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Old Unused United States Navy U.S.S. Gato SSN-615 Nuclear Submarine Insignia Decal


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