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USS Fulton AS-11 at the Connecticut State Pier,New London,CT,with from left/right~USS Nautilus SSN571,USS Halfbeak SS-352, USS Bang SS-385, USS Tusk SS-426 immediately astern. Moored to Fulton's starboard side are three additional unidentified submarines. Photo from Subron 10 Cruise Book for 1964-1965.

The Virginia-class attack submarine USS New Mexico (SSN 779) transits the Thames River.

USS Louisville, Los Angeles class attack submarine

The Sea Wolf-class attack submarine USS Jimmy Carter (SSN 23) sits moored in the Magnetic Silencing Facility at Naval Base Kitsap Bangor for her first deperming treatment.

The Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Dallas (SSN 700) departs Naval Submarine Base New London for a scheduled underway.

The guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Erie (CG 70) returns to homeport at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Lake Erie completed a Missile Defense Agency and U.S. Navy test in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Kauai, Hawaii.

USS Henry Clay - 1st submarine to launch a Polaris A2 missile while on the surface.

Barack 'Benghazi' Obama

Na Pali Coast waterfall cave, Hawaii

The Typhoon-class submarine is a ballistic missile-carrying, nuclear-powered submarine (SSBN) deployed by the Soviet Navy in the 1980s. With a displacement of up to 48,000 tons, the Typhoon is the largest submarine class in the world ever built.

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 Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Alexandria (SSN 757) makes its way up the Thames River to Submarine Base New London. (U.S. Navy photo by John Narewski/Released)