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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located the Personnel Diaries and Muster Rolls, 1/1/1972 - 1/31/1983 in the Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel (Record Group 24) that may include the muster rolls of the USS Patrick Henry (SSBN-599) for 1973 through 1976. Because separate muster rolls were kept for Gold and Blue crews, these muster rolls indicate when each crew embarked and disembarked from the submarine. The original 16mm microfilm had been digitized and the images are available via the Catalog. A number of images may be illegible due to the poor quality of the original microfilm that was transferred to NARA by the Department of the Navy. The original paper records were destroyed by the Navy after filming. For more information about these records, please contact the National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2) via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that the Muster rolls/Personnel Diaries for 1972-1983 utilize social security numbers as service numbers and are subject to privacy restrictions.
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Command histories for submarines dated after WWII are in the custody of the Naval History & Heritage Command (NHHC), 805 Kidder Breese Street, SE, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC 20374-5060 or contact them via email at email@example.com. These histories are annual reports and may indicate the dates that each crew was aboard.
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