P-520: WWII & Korean War Crashboat


Stuck in the mud of the Hackensack River, the USS Ling is too expensive to move, restore, or destroy. And no one is willing to pay the bill.

A New York Times article revealed the sorry state of a historic World War II submarine stuck in the Hackensack River. The 312-foot, 2,500-ton old boat has been the charge of New Jersey Naval Museum, which has been closed since Hurricane Sandy in 2012. The small museum, run by the Submarine Memorial Association, consisted of a trailer on the property of the former headquarters of The Record, a newspaper owned by the Borg family, which provided the museum’s lease for the price of $1 a year.

Read the Full Article Here:

USS LING: WWII Memorial Submarine
Louisville Naval Museum Inc
PO Box 1183. Cambridge, MD 21613

Drone footage courtesy of Rocky LaBarbera.

100% of all donations made are used for the USS LING. Our museum staff is unpaid and all proceeds to keep the USS LING operating. All donations are tax deductible as we are a 501c3. Donation letters are given upon request.