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USS Sea Lion Submarine
Keel laid by the Electric Boat Company, Groton, CT,  June 20, 1938
Launched: May 25, 1939; Sponsored by Mrs. Claude C. Bloch;

The first submarine victim of enemy action in WWII was USS SEA LION (SS-195)

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Sealion launched at Groton Connecticut

Commissioning the U.S.S Sealion Submarine

Signed by E.T. Reich  (then Lieut-Comdr., USN)
 Admiral Reich was the recipient of three Navy Cross Awards, as commander of the submarine
Sealion in combat operations during WWII, sinking thousands of tons of Japanese warships and supply ships.
Admiral Eli T. Reich  passed away on November 30, 1999.
Admiral Reich suffered from Alzheimer's disease and was at the Jefferson Health Care Center in Arlington.
A copy of Admiral Reich's obituary published
in the Washington Post is available from your alumni secretary.

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