From: DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN NAVAL FIGHTING SHIPS, Vol. V, pp. 337.
A trout found in Lake Tahoe, Calif.
(SSN-647: dp. 3,600 (surf.), 4,640 (subm.); l. 292'2"; b.31'7"; dr. 28'8"; cpl. 107; s. 20+ k.; a. 4 21" tt., SUBROC; cl. Sturgeon)
The second Pogy was laid down 5 May 1964 by the New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, N.J.; launched 3 June 1967 and sponsored by Mrs. George Wales. The contract for the construction of Pogy was canceled 5 June 1967 and the submarine was towe d to Philadelphia for temporary berthing. The contract for the construction of Pogy was reassigned to Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp., Pascagoula, Miss. 7 December 1967 and the uncompleted submarine was towed to that yard on 8 January 1968 for completio n. She is scheduled to commission in 1971.