Letter, June 16, 1964.


Rickover, Hyman George. Letter, June 16, 1964.

Letter, June 16, 1964.

Typed letter signed, 16 June 1964, to Congressman William H. Natcher regarding the completion of the sea trials of USS James Madison (SSBN-627), the twenty-third Polaris nuclear submarine.

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