Launching of submarine Cabrilla, Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 24 Dec 1942Bow view of USS Cabrilla during her sea trials, Jun 1943USS Cabrilla running trials, Jun 1943A band welcoming USS Cabrilla into port, date unknown
Launching of submarine Cabrilla, Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 24 Dec 1942Bow view of USS Cabrilla during her sea trials, Jun 1943USS Cabrilla running trials, Jun 1943A band welcoming USS Cabrilla into port, date unknown
Officers and men of USS Cabrilla, date unknownView of USS CabrillaOfficers and men of USS Cabrilla, date unknownPainting of USS Cabrilla by I R Lloyd
Officers and men of USS Cabrilla, date unknownView of USS Cabrilla's conning tower, date unknownOfficers and men of USS Cabrilla, date unknownPainting of USS Cabrilla by I R Lloyd
Reunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknownReunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknownReunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknownReunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknown
Reunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknownReunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknownReunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknownReunion of USS Cabrilla veterans, date unknown
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