HISTORY OF USS GREENLING (CONTINUED)

The year 1991 brought primarily training exercises and inspections. On May 4, 1991,GREENLING was reassigned as a unit of Submarine Squadron TWO as the former parent Submarine Squadron TEN was disestablished. These changes also moved GREENLING's normal inport home from alongside USS FULTON (AS 11) at State Pier in New London to the U. S. Naval Submarine Base in Groton.

The 1992 brought another Atlantic deployment, a Selected Restricted Availability and several exercises and local operations including a port visit to Halifax, Nova Scotia, and other highly successful exercises followed by a port visit to Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.

On November 20, 1992, Commander Steven Clark Hall, USN, took command from Commander Campbell. GREENLING's final year has seen a continuation of her hard work and determination. In the past eight months, she has participated in a major FLEETEX, several operations with Canadian Navy units, made port visits to Port Canaveral, Florida, and Bermuda and conducted U. S. Naval Academy second class midshipmen training cruises, plus a several local operations.

GREENLING Crew, July 1993
GREENLING Crew, July 1993

GREENLING made her final underway in 1993, departing her lifelong homeport along the Thames River in Groton and New London, Connecticut, to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, where she was inactivated.