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USS Drum - Launched on May 12, 1941, this was the first of the Gato class submarines completed before World War II. It represents what was the standard design for American fleet submarines at the beginning of that war. The USS Drum sank fifteen Japanese ships and earned twelve battle stars

The periscope of Royal Navy submarine HMS Talent pokes above the cold waters ofKyle of Lochalsh, Scotland during surfacing drills in the in December 2009.