Here Comes the US Navy's New Stealth Submarine



The USS Montana will be a Virginia-class submarine of the United States Navy. She will honor the U.S. State of Montana. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced its name on 3 September 2015 at a ceremony hosted in Billings, Montana with U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D-MT). She will be only the second commissioned warship bearing the name “Montana”.

A contract modification for USS Oregon (SSN-793), Montana (SSN-794), and USS Hyman G. Rickover (SSN-795) was initially awarded to General Dynamics Electric Boat for $594.7 million in April 2012. On 23 December 2014, they were awarded an additional $121.8 million contract modification to buy long lead-time material for the three Virginia-class submarines. The U.S. Navy awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat the contract to construct 10 Block IV Virginia-class submarines for $17.6 billion on 28 April 2014. The tenth boat is scheduled for delivery in 2023.

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Submarine Chasers of the U.S. Navy



Among the strategies for dealing with the U-boat threat to U.S. shipping was a series of small vessels, designed to be built cheaply and quickly, and optimized to find and hunt submarines. The sub chasers were small, but ended up playing out-sized roles along the coasts of the United States and around the world. The History Guy tells the forgotten story of the submarine chasers of the U.S. Navy.

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Life at Sea: Navy Submarine



Life at sea on a submarine is unlike anything else on earth. It’s a hidden moving missile silo and for Sailors on a mission, it’s home:

Submariners are highly knowledgeable, skilled engineers and technicians who thrive when challenged. With an air of relentless positivity, they keep our shores safe as the unseen defenders of the deep.

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Crawling Down A Torpedo Tube -US NAVY Nuclear Submarine – Smarter Every Day 241



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The US Navy's New Columbia-Class Submarine: Most Advanced and Hidden



Adding a few more, therefore, changes the equation dramatically as it allows the Navy to operate more submarines in various strategic important locations around the world at any one time. This not only increases strategic advantage but also builds redundancy so that if one is found by an enemy, several others will be in a position to attack.

While much of the technology built at Columbia may not be available for safety reasons, the ship incorporates a number of advanced systems, some of which were adapted from the new Virginia-class attack submarines. This includes the use of fiber-optic cables to view the periscope so that humans viewing in command and control capacities do not need to be directly under the top of the sub.

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Fast Attack Submarine Operations At Naval Base Guam (2020)



U.S. Navy, Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarines assigned to Commander, Submarine Squadron 15 (CSS-15), transit Apra Harbor, moor pierside and depart Naval Base Guam during operations in 2020. CSS-15 currently consists of four Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarines: USS Key West, SSN 722 — USS Oklahoma City, SSN 723 — USS Topeka, SSN 754 — USS Asheville, SSN 758.

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WOW- A U.S. SUBMARINE REALY SMASHED INTO AN -UNDERSEA MOUNTAIN #WARTHOGDEFENSE



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.

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Fast-Attack Submarine Departs As Hurricane Approaches



Navy News, July 25, 2020—Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam: In response to Hurricane Douglas (currently category 1) and to prudently reduce risk of weather inflicted damage, the nuclear-powered Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Chicago (SSN 721) has departed port.

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