This page is dedicated to R.O. Naess
On Eternal Patrol: +11 May, 2012
SS 408 Sennet
SS 337 Carbonero

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SSN 593 Thresher

The Thresher and all on board were officially declared lost at sea
on April 10, 1963

Thresher Crew List

Wall of Rememberance

The Submariner's Prayer

Almighty, Everlasting God, the Protector of all those who put their trust in Thee: hear our prayers in behalf of Thy servants who sail their vessels beneath the seas. We beseech Thee to keep in Thy sustaining care all who are in submarines, that they may be delivered from the hidden dangers of the deep. Grant them courage, and a devotion to fulfill their duties, that they may better serve Thee and their native land. Though acquainted with the depths of the ocean, deliver them from the depths of despair and the dark hours of the absence of friendliness and grant them a good ship's spirit. Bless all their kindred and loved ones from whom they are separated. When they surface their ships, may they praise Thee for Thou art there as well as in the deep. Fill them with Thy Spirit that they may be sure in their reckonings, unwavering in duty, high in purpose, and upholding the honor of their nation. Amen

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