The USS Clamagore is a Balao class submarine currently docked as a museum at Patriot’s Point, Carolina. Built in 1945, it was still in training when WWII ended.
Its crew complement consisted of 10 officers and 70 enlisted men – some of whose quarters you see here (yes, that’s a torpedo on top of the bunk on the right).
Of note: the Clamagore is one of nine boats to undergo the Guppy III conversion, which extended the boat’s length and created space for a new sonar system. Clamagore is also the only surviving GUPPY III boat in United States.