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Legendary USS Enterprise, the world's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, officially decommissioned after 51 years

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US Navy’s fast-attack submarine USS Seawolf (SSN 21) concluded her 1st deployment in over 5 years as she pulled into Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton Jan 21.USS Seawolf 1st of US Navy’s 3 Seawolf-class submarines, Navy’s most advanced attack submarine.Seawolf significantly quieter than Los Angeles class,faster,more torpedoe tubes & can carry more weapons – up to 50 torpedoes or missiles or 100 mines.

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Seas and Greetings. Us Navy Submarine Christmas Sign

USS Nimitz, is a supercarrier in the US Navy the lead ship of her class. She was laid down, launched and commissioned as CVAN-68 but was redesignated CVN 68 (nuclear-powered multimission aircraft carrier) on 30 June 1975 as part of the fleet realignment of that year. Electronic warfare and decoys: SLQ-32A(V)4 Countermeasures suite SLQ-25A Nixie torpedo countermeasures Armament: 2 × 21 cell Sea RAM 2 × Mk 29 Sea Sparrow Armor: Classified Aircraft carried: 90 fixed wing and helicopters

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The uninvited guest: Chinese sub pops up in middle of U.S. Navy exercise, leaving military chiefs red-faced

Chinese Song Class submarine. One popped up near US carrier USS Kitty Hawk during a naval exercise. #china #submarine #carrier

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This is the ghost fleet of mothballed ships in Suisun Bay off San Diego, California. Some of the ships have been anchored here since the 1950s and include a battleship and an amphibious landing ship. Many, if most, of the ships will never be re-activated but are too expensive to break up. Some will become museum ships, such as the battleship USS Iowa, and some will be sold other countries to become part of their navies. Some will simply sink to the bottom of the bay.

Suisun Bay's Awesome Ghost Fleet Photographed from Above

This is the ghost fleet of mothballed ships in Suisun Bay off San Diego, California. Some of the ships have been anchored here since the 1950s and include a battleship and an amphibious landing ship. Many, if most, of the ships will never be re-activated but are too expensive to break up. Some will become museum ships, such as the battleship USS Iowa, and some will be sold other countries to become part of their navies. Some will simply sink to the bottom of the bay.

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Dunoon Scotland- visited this place where Terry was stationed while aboard several submarines (their homeport). We had wished to stay at the Argyll Hotel but it was full. We were invited to stay at a charming B where the owner/chef pampered us for three days in luxurious surroundings....

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52 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, circa Jan 1946.

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