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Sailors clean and lubricate parts and equipment of a submarine prior to its decommissioning at San Francisco Navy yard.
US Submarines being decommissioned in San Francisco, California. Us sailors at the San Francisco Navy yard clean and lubricate parts and equipment prior to storage. Bridge over a river. Submarines at a port. Honor flag being brought down during a ceremony. Flag being presented to submarine’s oldest man. Sailor plays a trumpet. Seaman looks through a periscope. View of a blast through periscope. Vessel being retired. Submarine being painted to protect it against corrosion. Deck guns being covered with cocoon type plastic sheet. Engines, air compressor and other parts of submarine being cleaned, oiled and left in working a condition. Submarines parked at a port. Location: San Francisco California. Date: 1946.
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