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Australia 02  016Other sites memorializing the U.S.S. William H. Bates (SSN-680).

 

 

Diego Garcia 01 013Websites associated with specific submarines, of all classes, nations, and vintage.

 

For changes or additions, please contact the Administrator

Diego Garcia 01 014Submarine sites not associated with a particular boat and providing general submarine related information.

 

 

Diego Garcia 03  010Organizations dedicated to the support, preservation, and furtherance of the submarine community.

 

 

Philippines 01 003Sites related to reunions of U.S.S. William H. Bates crew-members, or sites providing general reunion support.

 

 

Westpac 82-83 C 001Sites providing information that is not submarine specific, but related to the submarine community, navies of the world, or military in general.

 

 

Philippines 01 020Submarine museums and memorials around the world.

 

 

Westpac 82-83 139Links to websites of the businesses of your shipmates.

We all have a choice when it comes to choosing goods and services. Sometimes, doing business with an old shipmate may make more sense than just picking a name out of a phonebook.

If you have a business or are part of a business that you would like listed here, you can submit Web Links using the Watch Quarter and Station Bill >> Submit Web Link menu item if you have Author status, otherwise, send your link to the Site Administrator using the Contact Us page.

Westpac 82-83 C 110These sites represent companies that have made a financial commitment to keeping www.ssn-680.org afloat. We encourage their patronage and support.

 

 

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