Bremerton, Washington, Feb. 2, 2004: The Ohio class fleet ballistic missile submarine USS Michigan (SSBN 727) enters into the Puget sound naval shipyard and intermediate maintenance facility to commence engineered refueling overhaul and for eventual conversion from a fleet ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) to a guided missile submarine (SSGN). U.S Navy photo.
At sea with USS Florida (SSGN 728) Jan. 22, 2003 -- USS Florida sails off the coast of the Bahamas during Giant Shadow. Giant Shadow is a Naval Sea Systems Command/Naval Submarine Forces experiment to test the capabilities of the Navys future guided-missile submarines. Florida is one of four Ohio-class ballistic missile submarines (SSBN) to be converted to guided missile submarines (SSGN).
HMS Ambush – the second of the Navy’s planned flotilla of seven Astute-class submarines – today made her debut in Scotland as she arrived at Faslane. The £1bn boat has spent the past four days undergoing trials on the 200-mile journey from the yard where she was built to her new home.
Bad Timing, 'Embarrassment for May': Royal Navy Attack Submarines Out of Action
It has been reported that all seven of UK's attack submarines are out of operation. The news is an "embarrassment" for the PM Theresa May who's "trying to make Britain look like a glorious country" amid Brexit uncertainty, a security expert told Sputnik.