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In 2005, a U.S. Navy nuclear submarine ran aground on a mountain. No, it wasn’t out of the water—it hit an underground mountain, and nearly sank.
The USS San Francisco is an American nuclear powered submarine, one of the large Los Angeles-class submarines first laid down in 1972 and are among the U.S. Navy’s quietest submarines.
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The US Built A New Submarine The World Is Afraid Of
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Stealthy and heavily-armed attack and missile submarines are by far the most powerful naval vessels in the world when it comes to being able to wage full-scale warfare. And now futuristic submarines are totally changing the way we look at these silent and deadly hunters…
Brand-new, nuclear powered, capable of carrying twice as many aircraft as most competing foreign carriers, and protected by an entire task force… the $6.2 billion USS Ronald Reagan seemed invincible leading up to an international war game exercise in 2005. It was a stunning blow then, and a complete shock, when – against all odds – a super stealth submarine from Sweden snuck past the USS Ronald Regan’s defenses and scored enough mock torpedo hits to sink it during *multiple* attack runs. The Americans never saw it coming… and never saw it leave…
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