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This Museum is a great testimony to those who served our country in the Navy, with an Emphasis on the Silent service, or Submarine service.
Unfortunately the museum was pretty much destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. The Submarine the USS Ling was unharmed by the storm....More
Stumbled upon this while out for a morning run.
The vessel appears listing a bit near the river bank. Unable to access it directly, best photo is from nearby bridge. Grounds somewhat overgrown with weeds, various displays of Patrol Boat, German mini sub, periscope, and...More
The Ling has been in Hackensack for many years... my Dad is a plank owner and a member there as well as a Navy Veteran. The Ling has been evicted from its mooring and the boat and museum have no where to go. They are...More
My grandfather took me and my brother as a kid. I just recently took my son to see. He loved it. Our tour guide was stationed on this sub when he was in the Navy. So that was a plus.
I do think it's a...More
We almost missed it on the river rd. The place is small just one submarine that was closed when we got there. The open hours are on the weekends - 10am -4pm but when we got there on Saturday at around 13:00, it was closed,...More
So when I was a kid in Oradell in the seventies, the coolest thing was to have your birthday party at the USS Ling. Just took my kids on the tour a few days ago and it is still awesome!. If you have elementary aged...More
We had a memorable time visiting the NJ Naval Museum. We were privileged to be taken on a tour of the sub by Joseph Mongelli - a 95 year old WW2 Submariner. He knew every inch of the submarine (he had served on a similar...More
Here is a genuine submarine that you can tour in our own backyard! Whether you are a parent of children, a history buff or a Veteran you have to go and check out the museum and submarine!
Hurricane Sandy did extensive damage to the museum...More