Monday, April 16, 2018

There Are Seventy-One Submarines In The U.S. Navy

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Popular Mechanics: Here Are All the Fighting Submarines of the U.S. Navy

The infographic includes attack submarines, guided missile submarines, and ballistic missile subs...all nuclear powered.

The U.S. Navy’s submarine fleet is one of the largest of the world, and certainly the largest and best equipped in the world. This infographic shows the six dozen nuclear-powered underwater titans of the U.S. Navy. The U.S. Navy’s undersea fleet is larger than the surface fleet of most countries.

The excellent website Naval Analyses (Twitter), producer of visual aids that show U.S. naval aviation from 1917 to 2010 and attack submarines of the Mediterranean 2018, shifts its attention to the submarines of the U.S. Navy. The graphic depicts the 71 submarines currently on active duty, including Ohio-class ballistic missile submarines, Ohio-class guided missile submarines, and Los Angeles, Sea Wolf, and Virginia-class attack submarines. Here's a link to a larger version of the graphic. All U.S. submarines are nuclear-powered, their range limited only by onboard supplies of food and other perishable goods.

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WNU Editor:  All of these subs are nuclear driven.

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