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|523k||Off with a Bang (SS-385) & a Pilotfish (SS-386) at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., 30 August 1943.||USN photo courtesy of John Hummel.|
|57k||Commemorative launching tag of the Pilotfish (SS-386) at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., 30 August 1943.||Photo courtesy of Ron Toth, Jr.via Tom Kermen.|
|18k||Commemorative post mark from Pilotfish's (SS-386) first day in commission, 16 December 1943.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|790k||Bedecked with bunting and signal flags on her bow, Pilotfish (SS-386) is pictured here prior to launching at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME., 30 August 1943.||US Navy photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
|274k||Starboard view of the Pilotfish (SS-386) undergoing training and shakedown in the Portsmouth area, circa late 1943, early 1944.||NARA (National ARchives and Records Administration) photo # 80-G-269706, courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
|83k||Proteus (AS-19) at Midway Naval Base between 14 and 28 May 1944. The submarines alongside are (from left to right): Bang (SS-385); Pintado (SS-387); and Pilotfish (SS-386).||U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph, NH # 93498|
|95k||Proteus (AS-19) with submarines of Submarine Squadron 20 alongside in Tokyo Bay, on VJ-Day, 2 September 1945. Names of the submarines present, their commanding officers and the commanding officers of SubRon20 and Proteus (AS-19) are printed at the bottom of the image: Archerfish (SS-311), Cavalla (SS-244), Gato (SS-212), Haddo (SS-255), Muskallunge (SS-262), Pilotfish (SS-386), Razorback (SS-394), Runner (SS-476), Segundo (SS-398), Sea Cat (SS-399), and Tigrone (SS-419).||Courtesy of Captain Joseph F. Enright, USN(Retired), 1979. US Navy photo # NH 95019, from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.|
|52k||Pilotfish (SS-386) underway with crewmen at quarters, September 1945. Probably taken upon her arrival at San Francisco, California, on 21 September.||USNHC photo # 66443.|
|700k||Pilotfish (SS-386) & Loggerhead (SS-374) with crewmen at quarters, September 1945. Probably taken upon her arrival at San Francisco, California, on 21 September.||Photograph courtesy of Angelo L. Lombardi via his daughter Mariann.|
|569k||Three page PDF history of the Pilotfish (SS-386).||PDF courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
PDF added 10/15/13.
|119k||Pilotfish (SS-386) at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 6 March 1946.||Photograph # 19-N-114578 from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives.|
|43k||Commemorative post mark from issued on the Pilotfish (SS-386) at Operation Crossroads Nuclear Nuclear Test Abel.||Photo courtesy of marshall.csu.edu.au. Spennemann, Dirk H.R. (2002). Special Philatelic and General Use Covers to commemorate the Operation Crossroads Nuclear Nuclear Test Abel.|
|19k||The Pilotfish (SS-386) lying on the bottom of the lagoon at Bikini Atoll. She is on her side and half-buried in the sand.||USN photo courtesy of bikiniatoll.com.|
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