Naval Submarine Base Groton, Conn. (Feb. 19, 2005) A Sailor raises the Union Jack aboard the Seawolf-class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Jimmy Carter (SSN 23) during the submarines commission ceremony. Jimmy Carter is the third and final submarine of the Seawolf-class.
Shokaku seen here, possibly in 1943. Shokaku and her sister Zuikaku were thought by most observers to have been the best and most successful Japanese carrier design, gaining much from experience with earlier ships, and being designed as carriers, rather than being conversions as ships like Kaga and Akagi were. She was sunk in 1944 by the US submarine Cavalla