1965(Trident alpha Ta-10005)
- Class: Balao - 16 GUPPY IIA conversions
- Displacement: 1,840 tons surfaced / 2,410 tons submerged
- Dimensions: 307' x 27'3" x 19'
- Machinery: Diesel-electric, 3430 SHP surfaced, single screw = 17 -18 knots surfaced / 14-15 knots submerged
- Torpedo Tubes: 10-21" (6 bow, 4 stern)
- Complement: 70
- Builder: Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME
- Laid down: 9 Sep 1943
- Launched: 27 Jan 1944
- Commissioned: 3 Apr 1944 / 1954
- Decommissioned: Aug 1952 / 30 Nov 1970
- Notes: Completed five combat patrols during WWII and was credited with sinking one vessel, the Japanese destroyer Kuretake, 30 Dec 1944. One of 12 submarines present for the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay. Converted in 1954 to GUPPY IIA configuration at Portsmouth. Received greater underwater propulsion power, Sargo II batteries, streamlined sail and superstructure, snorkel, equipment updated and rearranged but not as drastically as GUPPY II conversion. Additional modifications in 1961 included enlarged plastic sail as shown here. Regularly deployed with the Seventh Fleet in the 1960s, she received four battle stars for Vietnam service. Transferred to Turkey in 1970 and renamed Murat Reis. Decommissioned from the Turkish Navy 8 Aug 2001, she was purchased by a consortium of veteran and civic groups and returned to the U.S. Since July 2005 she has been a museum ship at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, North Little Rock, AR.