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Stickleback

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassBalao-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-415
Builder NameMare Island Navy Yard

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52 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet, Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, circa Jan 1946American submarine USS Icefish as a member of the Reserve Fleet at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 13 Oct 1948; other submarines shown were Jallao, Trepang, Spot, Stickleback




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52 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet, Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, circa Jan 1946American submarine USS Icefish as a member of the Reserve Fleet at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 13 Oct 1948; other submarines shown were Jallao, Trepang, Spot, Stickleback


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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944