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|11k||Carpiodes cyprinus, a Quillback.||Photo courtesy of outdooralabama.com.|
|65k||Quillback (SS-424), underway, circa 1945.||USN photo.|
|475k||Quillback (SS-424) picking up downed USAAF pilot Captain Roy Jacobson (circled), within sight of the coast of Kyushu, after a August 1945 air strike over Japan.||Photo i.d. courtesy of Raymond Smith.
Official USN photos courtesy of Ed Zajkowski.
|145k||Quillback (SS-424), at the Submarine base New London, CT 1945.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|75k||Quillback (SS-424), underway on the surface in 1953 after Guppy IIA conversion.||Courtesy of Lee Davenport.|
|1.32k||Quillback (SS-424) pictured with Saipan (CVL-48) from 5 May 1951 to 9 May 1951.||Photo courtesy of Tom Pendergast via Ron Reeves.|
|281k||Quillback (SS-424) underway C 1960.||Photo from the Ida Woodward Barron Collection. Florida Keys Public Libraries photo # MM00007958x courtesy of Robert Hurst.
Photo added 11/15/17.
|76k||Quillback (SS-424), taken from Wasp (CVS-18) at Gitmo during ORI in 1968.||Courtesy of Ben Brooks.|
|374k||Four page Quillback (SS-424) Welcome Aboard PDF, circa 1963-64.||Courtesy of Mike Keating & Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|333k||Quillback (SS-424) underway on 25 May 1964.||Photo from the Ida Woodward Baron Collection in the Florida Keys Public Library via flickr.com courtesy of Steven Gower.|
|374k||Colorfull Quillback (SS-424) circa 1960's.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|16k||Captain Harry C. Rockefeller commanded the Quillback (SS-424) from 22 July 1968 to 5 June 1970.||USN photo courtesy of Bill Gonyo. Text i.d. courtesy of Wolfgang Hechler.|
|216k||The Marlin (SST-2), the T-1 and the Quillback (SS-424) at the pier at the Naval Station Key West in March 1973.||Photo from the Ida Woodward Baron Collection in the Florida Keys Public Library via flickr.com courtesy of Steven Gower.|
|129k||Quillback (SS-424), decommissioning article, 29 March 1973 from the Key West Citizen.||Courtesy of Mike Keating.|
|65k||The Key West water front, on the base just prior to closing forever. The Quillback (SS-424), and Kretchmer (DER - 329) are visible at the top, right of the picture. Quillback was already decommissioned and Kretchmer was preparing for decommissioning.||Courtesy of Mike Keating.|
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