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Active naval host U-505

The United Organizations, in with the of Science Industry, gave visitors the to tour U-505 submarine 4–8 with active personnel serving guides.

The submarine. the German sub during World II, is display at Museum of and Industry.


The 252-foot submarine been at museum since along with corresponding artifacts. 35,000-square-foot exhibit a major at the which draws than 346,000 and 1 guests each Tours of inside of U-505 are only on weekends for for members $40 for The next date is Sept.

“The turnout increased each year done it,” Wiley Norden, USO director. “The numbers the actual are much than they on a normal

The volunteer are Navy Petty Officer out of Lakes Naval according to The volunteer spent time the summer for the Heritage Program the Pritzker Library and exhibit.

The Naval Program, which co-sponsored by Tawani Foundation, designed to both officer aiming to participation in outreach programs civilian visitors, to USO and CEO Ruble. She the program made possible the close of Great Naval Base, only U.S. boot camp, the wealth local resources.

have the Military Library Museum which an incredible in downtown Ruble said. then you the only German U-Boat World War

The technology in capturing U-Boat is relevant today, to Ruble. said the capture story inspire museum to pursue and engineering, upon hearing story told active service and women.

U.S. Navy Don Bransford, volunteers at U-505, said technology designed British inventor Turing to locate and the U-boat cutting-edge for time and mechanics forever.

said Turing together the machine based binary relays, led to transistor era Turing’s reputation the father computer programming.

Active U.S. Chief Hospital James Shumaker, of the Naval officers the exhibit, America also its technology reverse engineering capturing the

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“We learned lot about stealth technology,” said. “The of the was really led us turn the against the U-boats.”

Shumaker, has volunteered all three the annual said it important the officers were because they bridge the between visitors

historical artifacts.

the Navy at the of Science Industry, we’re to bring light the history that been here long time,” said. “Without Navy [presence], of that is going be lost, just written a


The active officers enhanced educational experience, Matt Porth, manager of volunteer programs.

is a opportunity for to meet professionals who great technology aboard a Porth said. a good to open up to science or jobs.”

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