Photos of 41 for Freedom Navy Ballistic missile submarines : theBRIGADE
The Virginia class, also known as the SSN-774 class, is a class of nuclear-powered fast attack submarines in service with the United States Navy. The submarines are designed for a broad spectrum of open-ocean and littoral missions. They were conceived as a less expensive alternative to the Seawolf-class attack submarines, designed during the Cold War era. They are replacing older Los Angeles-class submarines, many of which have already been decommissioned. Virginia-class submarines will be a...
Soviet made Whiskey Class submarines left abandoned in Albania after the break up of the Soviet Union
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'4 U.S. Navy Submarines in The Gatun Locks in The Panama Canal' Photographic Print Size: 28" H x 42" W x 1.5'' D
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Novemebr 28, 1944 - USS Archerfish (SS 311) sinks Japanese carrier Shinano on her maiden voyage 160 nautical miles southwest of Tokyo Bay. Shinano is the largest warship sunk by any combatant submarines during World War II.
120712-N-KL795-139 by U.S. Pacific Fleet PACIFIC OCEAN (July 12, 2012) Mexican Marines fast rope from a Mexican MI-17 during RIMPAC 2012. Twenty-two nations, more than 40 ships and submarines, more than 200 aircraft and 25,000 personnel are participating in RIMPAC exercise from June 29 to Aug. 3
Another view of the carrier Junyo, in Sasebo in 1945 after the cessation of hostilities. There are two small coastal submarines moored alongside, one right under the massive sponson supporting the island. The hull had to have a considerable bulge on the opposite side to compensate for the weight of the sponson and island structure. The two ships of this class, Junyo and Hiyo were designed ostensibly as 27500 grt passenger liners, but a year before launching they were "taken over" by the IJN...