USS Grayback, submarine missing for 75 years, found off Japan

A U.S. Navy submarine missing for 75 years has been found off Okinawa, Japan. The USS Grayback sailed out of Pearl Harbor on Jan. 28, 1944 for its 10th combat patrol. Two months later, it was listed as missing and presumed lost.

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Los Angeles-Class Fast-Attack Submarine Returns From A Seven-Month, Around-The-World Deployment

Los Angeles-class Fast-Attack Submarine Returns From A Seven-Month, Around-The-World Deployment.

September 8, 2019, USS Olympia (SSN 7171) is welcomed home to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam after successfully supporting maritime security operations with allies and partners all over the globe.

Commissioned 17 November 1984, the nuclear powered USS Olympia is 362 ft (110 m) in length, has a crew complement of 129, and has an unofficial submerged top speed in excess of 35 knots!

A total of 62 Los Angeles-class were constructed, with 32 in active service.

Credit: Petty Officer 1st Class Amanda Gray and Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael B Zingaro, United States Navy.

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INSIDE The Nuclear Fast Attack Submarine USS COLUMBIA (SSN-771)

For years at a time, man and woman of the US Navy’s “Silent Service” live on board the world’s most advanced boats…fast-attack nuclear submarines! In this video, I take you on a personal tour of the fast-attack submarine USS Columbia (SSN-771) known as the “Last Slider”. Time is money on these warships so we had to film in just one take! Special Thanks to the men of the USS Columbia!


This work, Touring USS Columbia (SSN 771), by PO2 Johans Chavarro, was provided and approved by the U.S. Department of Defense.