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Texas (SSN-775)

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Virginia Class Attack Submarine: Keel laid as USS Texas (SSN-775) 12 July 2002 at Northrup Grumman Newport News, Virginia. Launched, 9 April 2005. Commissioned, 9 September 2006. Homeport in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii as of October 2009.

Specifications:Power Plant: One S9G pressurized water reactor, 29.84MW (40,000hp), one shaft with pumpjet propulsor, Improved Performance Machinery Program Phase III one secondary propulsion submerged motor. Displacement, 7,800 tons submerged. Length: 377 feet. Draft: 32 feet. Beam: 34 feet. Speed: 25+ knots submerged. Depth: Greater than 800 feet. Horizontal Tubes: Four 21" Torpedo Tubes, Vertical Tubes: 12 Vertical Launch System Tubes, Weapons: 38 weapons, including: Vertical Launch System Tomahawk Cruise Missiles, Mk 48 ADCAP Heavyweight Torpedoes, Advanced Mobile Mines, Unmanned Undersea Vehicles, Special Warfare: Dry Deck Shelter. Advanced SEAL Delivery System. Sonars: Spherical active/passive arrays. Light Weight Wide Aperture Arrays. TB-16, TB-29, and future towed arrays. High-frequency chin and sail arrays. Countermeasures: 1 internal launcher (reloadable 2-barrel) 14 external launchers. Crew: 113 officers and men.


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Virginia-class1.09kNewport News Shipbuilding is teamed with General Dynamics Electric Boat to build Virginia-class submarines. Newport News Shipbuilding builds the stern, habitability & machinery spaces, torpedo room, sail and bow. Electric Boat builds the pressure hull, engine room and control room. Newport News Shipbuilding and Electric Boat each perform work on the reactor plant as well as alternate on the final assembly, test, outfit and delivery. The team has been recognized as the best shipbuilding program in the Navy.
Virginia-class Infographic PDF.
Text & photo courtesy of huntingtoningalls.com.
Photo added 10/13/15.
Virginia Class886k A cut out of the Virginia class submarine characteristics. Courtesy of csp.navy.mil.
Texas66k Cut out of the Virginia class attack submarine Texas (SSN-775). Photo courtesy of Jack Treutle.
Hawaii505k Virginia class submarines Texas (SSN-775), Hawaii (SSN-776) and North Carolina (SSN-777), are pictured in March 2002 under construction in Northrop Grumman Newport News' Ring Module Shop (RMS). The RMS is a 53,000 square foot building used to assemble the structural steel that forms hulls sections, tanks and modules that will later be outfitted with pipe, machinery and equipment. Photo by John Whalen, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas256kIn March 2002, construction was underway on the sail unit of the submarine Texas (SSN-775) at Northrop Grumman Newport News. Under an innovative agreement, Newport News is producing the Virginia class submarines as part of a team with General Dynamics Electric Boat. Newport News builds the stern, habitability & machinery spaces, torpedo room, sail and bow. Electric Boat builds the engine room and control room. The shipyards alternate work on the reactor plant as well as the final assembly, test, outfit and delivery. Photo by John Whalen, Northrop Grumman Newport News
Texas76kModule Construction of the Texas (SSN-775), 5/3/2002. Photo by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas39k Cable Hanger Installationon the Texas (SSN-775), 5/3/2002. Photo by John Whalen,courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas48kMrs. Bush chalked her initials onto a metal plate during the Texas (SSN-775) keel laying ceremony at Northrop Grumman Newport News. Her initials were then welded onto the plate. L-R: Secretary of the Navy Gordon England, First Lady Laura Bush, Northrop Grumman Newport News President Tom Schievelbein and Senator John Warner. Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas271k (Left to Right) The Secretary of the Navy Gordon R. England, First Lady Laura Bush, President of Northrop Grumman Newport News Thomas Schievelbein, and Senator John Warner (R-VA) celebrate an official ceremony at Newport News, VA, 12 July 2002 to authenticate the keel of the next Virginia class submarine Texas (SSN-775). The First Lady used chalk to mark her initials on a metal plate, which is then traced by a welder’s torch and permanently affixed to the stern of the boat.USN photo # N-6208N-001 by Lt. Cmdr. Jamie Morrison, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas48kNorthrop Grumman Newport News welder John C. Fremont welds Laura Bush's initials on the authentication plate during the July 12th Keel Laying Ceremony for the Virginia class submarine Texas (SSN-775). L-R Welder Fremont, Laura Bush, Northrop Grumman Newport News President Tom Schievelbein, Senator John Warner (Virginia). Photo by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas276k Northrop Grumman Newport News welder John Fremont welds the initials of First Lady Laura Bush onto the authentication plate during the keel laying ceremony of the Texas (SSN-775) at Northrop Grumman Newport News. Also pictured: Tom Schievelbein, President Northrop Grumman Newport News and Senator John Warner (Partially hidden: First Lady Laura Bush and Secretary of the Navy Gordon England). Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas48kNorthrop Grumman Newport News President Tom Schievelbein shakes hands with Laura Bush at the keel laying ceremony for the Virginia class submarine Texas (SSN-775). A section of Texas is pictured in the background. Also pictured: Admiral Vern Clark, Chief of Naval Operations and Congressman Joe Barton of Texas. Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas46kTexas (SSN-775) keel laying 7-12-2002 @ Northrup Grumman Newport News photo. Guest of honor First Lady Laura Bush. Courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas102k Sail Construction of the Texas (SSN-775), 9/12/2002.Photo by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas319kWork began in August 2003 to join the last of Texas (SSN-775) hull sections together. Large hull sections which have previously had all the equipment installed are brought together and welded to form the completed ship's hull. Pictured is the bow section being moved to join with the rest of the forward end of Texas. Photo by Stu Gilman, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas286kCeremony marking completion of the pressure hull of the Texas (SSN-775), 7 November 2003. The ceremony marked the completion of the submarine's final hull welds, making the entire pressure hull a single unit. It is the last major construction milestone before the Texas is christened next summer. Courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas325kCeremony marking completion of the pressure hull of the Texas (SSN-775), 7 November 2003. The ceremony marked the completion of the submarine's final hull welds, making the entire pressure hull a single unit. It is the last major construction milestone before the Texas is christened next summer. Photo by Stu Gilman, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas63k Preparations for the Texas (SSN-775) launch began when a transfer car system raised the 7,800-ton submarine off its keel blocks and transported it 500 feet to the floating dry dock, a transportable dock used to launch and dock ships. Photo by John Whalen, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas416k On 8 April 2005 the floating dry dock, with Texas (SSN-775) on board, moved into launch position and shipyard employees and Texas crew members completed final launch preparations. Photo by John Whalen, Northrop Grumman Newport News via Bill Gonyo.
Texas95k Texas (SSN-775) is the second ship of the Virginia class. With improved stealth, sophisticated surveillance capabilities and special warfare enhancements, it will provide undersea supremacy well into the 21st century. Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas103k During the early morning hours of 9 April 2005, Northrop Grumman Newport News floating dry dock slowly fills with water before the Texas (SSN-775) is launched into the James River. Photo by John Whalen, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas63k Northrop Grumman Newport News reached a construction milestone on 9 April 2005 by launching the second Virginia class submarine, Texas (SSN-775). This was the company's first submarine launching in nearly a decade. Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas295kJames Holland, an employee in Newport News' Fitters Dept. (X11), uses a surveyor's transit to find the centerline on Texas (SSN-775) before the submarine's official launch. Photo by John Whalen, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas326k Northrop Grumman Corporation of Newport News, Va., reached a construction milestone by launching the second Virginia class attack submarine Texas (SSN-775) on 9 April 2005. This is the company's first submarine launching in nearly a decade. Northrop Grumman Newport News is teamed with General Dynamics Electric Boat to build the first ten submarines of the Virginia class. Current plans call for 30 Virginia class submarines in the fleet. As the Navy's next-generation attack submarine, the Virginia class will provide the U.S. Navy with the capabilities it requires to maintain the nation's undersea supremacy well into the 21st century. Texas will have improved stealthiness, sophisticated surveillance capabilities and Special Warfare enhancements that will enable it to meet the Navy's multimission requirements. USN photo # N-0775O-001 by Chris Oxley, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas483kThe Texas (SSN-775) sails into the Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyards after successfully completing alpha sea trials, 17 May 2006. USN photo # N-7544A-039 by Photographer's Mate Airman Maddelin Angebrand, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas331k Crew members of the Texas (SSN-775) prepare to moor the submarine at the Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyards after successfully completing alpha sea trials. USN photo # N-7544A-138 by Photographer's Mate Airman Maddelin Angebrand, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas465kThe Texas (SSN-775) sails into the Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyards with assistance of three tugboats after successfully completing its alpha sea trials, 17 May 2006. USN photo # N-4014G-318 by Photographer's Mate Airman Apprentice Patrick Gearhiser, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas282kCommanding Officer Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) Texas (SSN-775), Capt. John J. Litherland, reports the results of the submarine's alpha sea trials at the Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyards. Note the broom attached to the conning tower indicative of a "clean sweep" of the trials. USN photo # N-4014G-459 by Photographer's Mate Airman Apprentice Patrick Gearhiser, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas443k The nation's newest and most advanced nuclear-powered submarine, Texas (SSN-775), returned to Northrop Grumman Newport News with a broom atop its sail to signify a clean sweep of the ship's alpha sea trials on 17 May 2006. Photo # DCS06-297-122 by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas282kVirginia class submarines incorporate dozens of new technologies and innovations and are the first major combatants designed with the post-Cold War security environment in mind. Photo # DCS06-293-061 by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas515kThe Pre-Commissioning Unit Texas (SSN-775) sails past the Coast Guard cutter Sea Horse (WPB-87361). The fast-attack submarine returned to the Northrop Grumman Newport News, Va. shipyards after successfully completing alpha sea trials to test the boat's capabilities. USN photo # N-4014G-130 by Photographer's Mate Airman Apprentice Patrick Gearhiser, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas429kOn 7 April 2006, sailors ate the first meal prepared on the Virginia class submarine Texas (SSN-775). Photo # DCS06-202-110 by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas792kSea trials provide an opportunity to test all systems, components and compartments and include submerging for the first time, high-speed runs while on the surface and submerged, and a demonstration of the submarine's other capabilities. Photo # DCS06-291-208 by Rick Thompson, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas374kSailors from the pre-commissioning unit Texas (SSN-775), Pederson (top) and Warren (bottom), load mattresses onto the submarine in preparation for the crew moving aboard. Photo # DCS06-183-131 by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas293kNorthrop Grumman delivered the submarine Texas (SSN-775) to the Navy following the successful completion of its third and final round of builder's sea trials.
Northrop Grumman Corporation celebrated a significant chapter in its history today as it delivered its first submarine to the U.S. Navy in a decade.
Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Topeka 76kCaptain John J. Litherland commanded Topeka (SSN-754) from December 2000 through June 2003, leading her through a Western Pacific deployment, a 15-month Depot Modernization Period at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, and the post-overhaul operational recertification and change of homeport to San Diego, California. Captain Litherland then assumed command of the Pre-Commissioning Unit for Texas (SSN-775) in November 2003 and oversaw her construction, testing and initial sea trials, culminating in her commissioning in 2006. From November 2006 to November 2008 Captain Litherland served as Commanding Officer of Florida (SSGN-728) (GOLD), completing her post conversion Strike and Special Warfare certifications and conducting the maiden SSGN deployment to the Indian Ocean in support of the Global War on Terror. USN photo via Bill Gonyo.
 Texas & North Carolina453k Northrop Grumman Newport News hosted a keel-laying ceremony May 22 for the Virginia class submarine North Carolina (SSN-777). Under an innovative agreement, Newport News is producing the Virginia class submarines as part of a team with General Dynamics Electric Boat. The team is currently building the first 10 submarines of a class expected to reach 30 ships. Pictured are the both the North Carolina on the right and the Texas (SSN-775) on the left. Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas399k The Texas (SSN-775), made its first voyage - on land - Saturday, 17 July as part of its roll-out from the Modular Outfitting Facility in preparation for the July 31 christening ceremony.Photo courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas53k (Pictured from left) Northrop Grumman Newport News employees Warren Moore and Jerry Hayden put last minute touches on the ceremonial cover that will adorn the bow of the Virginia class submarine Texas (SSN-775), during the christening ceremony 31 July. Photo courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
Texas351kPreparations are underway at Northrop Grumman Newport News for the July 31 christening of the Virginia class submarine Texas (SSN-775). Laura Bush, First Lady of the United States, is the ship's sponsor and will christen the ship named for her native state. U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas), will be the keynote speaker for the ceremony.Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas23kCommemorative postal cover issued on the occasion of the Texas's (SSN-775) christening ceremony at Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipyard on 31 July 2004. Courtesy of Jack Treutle.
Texas183kThe Bow of PCU Texas (SSN-775) is beautifully decorated for its christening ceremony at Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipyard. PCU Texas is the second Virginia class submarine to be christened and will be delivered to the U.S. Navy in 2005. USN photo # N-5258M-001 by Lt. Cmdr. Jamie Morrison, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas228kThe official party for the christening of PCU Texas (SSN-775) stand in front of the audience at Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipyard. USN photo # N-5258M-005 by Lt. Cmdr. Jamie Morrison, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas312k First Lady Laura Bush christens PCU Texas (SSN-775) with a bottle of champagne as Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipyard President Tom Shievelbein stands by, during the ceremony at Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyard. USN photo # N-5258M-003 by Lt. Cmdr. Jamie Morrison, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas259kNorthrop Grumman Newport News celebrated its first submarine christening in nearly a decade when Laura Bush, First Lady of the United States and the ship's sponsor, broke a bottle of American-made sparkling wine across the hull of the Virginia-class submarine Texas (SSN-775). Also pictured is U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) and Tom Schievelbein, Northrop Grumman Newport News president. Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas261k Laura Bush, First Lady of the United States and the ship's sponsor attended the ceremony. Mrs. Bush said the day celebrated the devotion of sailors and shipbuilders. "She's built by the finest craftsmen and engineers in the world," she said. "This magnificent ship is a tribute to your skill." Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas71k U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas was the keynote speaker for the ceremony and talked about the pride Texans feel for the first submarine named for the Lone Star State. "This is a great day for the forces of good in this world," she said. "This ship is another exhibit in our strong national resolve to win the war on terror." Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas231k To commemorate the christening ceremony and Mrs. Bush's role as the ship's sponsor, Northrop Grumman Newport News donated nearly 200 books to all of the 28 Newport News Public Elementary Schools. The books are the 2004 Caldecott Medal and the 2004 Newberry Medal Award winners and honor books. Jeremiah Brown, a first grader at Doris Miller Elementary School and the son of Newport News employee Priest W. Brown together with Allysea Rivera, a second grader at Briarfield Elementary and daughter of Newport News employee Heather Wright, showed the books to Mrs. Bush as part of the ceremony. Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas243kTom Schievelbein, Northrop Grumman Newport News president, presented the bottle used in the christening to First Lady Laura Bush after she smashed it across the hull of the Virginia class submarine Texas (SSN-775). As she performed this time-tested toast, she said, "I christen thee United States Ship Texas. May God bless all who sail her."Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas371kThe approximately 4,000 invited guests were entertained by the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Band and the Texas A&M Fightin' Aggie Wranglers, a country and western dance group comprised of Texas A&M University students. Guests included Newport News and Electric Boat employees who are building Texas (SSN-775) and their families, family and friends of the Texas crew, U.S. Navy personnel and government officials.Photo by Chris Oxley, Northrop Grumman Newport News.
Texas408kThe officers & crew of the Texas (SSN-775) stand at attention during her christening at Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipyard on 31 July 2004. USN photo courtesy of cnsf.navy.mil.
Texas234kThe Pre Commissioning Unit (PCU) Texas (SSN-775) prepares to get underway from Naval Station Norfolk on 22 August 2006. Texas will be commissioned 9 September 2006. The ceremony is scheduled to take place in Galveston, Texas. USN photo # N-8655E-002 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Kelvin Edwards, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas289k Sailors stationed aboard the Pre Commissioning Unit (PCU) Texas (SSN-775) stands topside as she gets underway from Naval Station Norfolk. USN photo # N-8655E-001 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Kelvin Edwards, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas377k Officer of the Deck (OOD) Lt. Junior Grade Darrin Barber, left, heads out to sea aboard the Texas (SSN-775) with group of local and national media. USN photo # N-7441H-015 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas533k The Texas (SSN-775) is guided into port by local tugboats near Port Canaveral on 25 August 2006. USN photo # N-7441H-006 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas210kPetty Officer 1st class Raymond Monk assists in a shipboard test evolution aboard the Texas (SSN-775). Texas and her crew were firing water through torpedo tubes as a part of the testing cycle. USN photo # N-7441H-011 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas232k Petty 1st class Craig Herb, left, plots a course as Lt. David Leathers, right, looks on in the control room aboard the Texas (SSN-775). USN photo # N-7441H-013 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas296k The tall ship Elissa, which has sailed in three centuries, leads the Navy's newest attack submarine Texas (SSN-775) up the channel into Port Galveston, Texas. USN photo # N-7441H-001 by 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas362k The Texas (SSN-775) arrives in Galveston, Texas, 4 September 2006 for her commissioning on Saturday, 9 September 2006. USN photo # N-7441H-004 by 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas176k Officers aboard the attack submarine Texas (SSN-775) direct mooring operations from the bridge as the boat arrives in Galveston, Texas. USN photo # N-4541S-001 by 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas83kDuring the commissioning of the Virginia class attack submarine Texas (SSN-775) at Galveston, Texas, 9 September 2006, First Lady, and boats official sponsor Laura Bush gives the command to man our ship and bring her to life. The high-tech attack boat, with a crew of 134, sails into history as the first post-Cold War class of submarine designed for battlespace dominance against 21st century adversaries lurking in deep waters, near shore environments or on land. The 377-foot-long sub, with a weight of more than 7,800 tons submerged, has the capability to travel more than 25 knots and dive below 800 feet. It has the ability to carry torpedoes, mines, cruise missiles, and transport Naval Special Warfare SEALs (Sea, Air, Land) around the world. USN photo # N-7441H-002 by 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas112k Crew member's run aboard the Texas (SSN-775), following the a command to man our ship and bring her life, by First Lady and boats sponsor Laura Bush. USN photo # N-7441H-003 by 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas352k Commander Naval Submarine Forces, Vice Admiral Chuck Munns leads the exit procession at the completion of the commissioning ceremony of Virginia class attack submarine Texas (SSN-775). USN photo # N-7441H-004 by 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas22k Commemorative postal cover marking the commissioning of the Texas (SSN-775), at Galveston, Texas, 9 September 2006. Photo courtesy of Jack Treutle.
Texas122kThe attack submarine Texas (SSN-775) exits the Thames River as it departs Naval Submarine Base New London for the final time on 16 September 2009. Texas is transiting to its new homeport in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. USN photo # N-3090M-301 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Steven My, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas122kLots of ice cubes in Hawaii, or is this the Arctic ?
Machinist Mate 2nd Class Corey Stabenow inspects the deck of the fast-attack submarine Texas (SSN-775) after surfacing in the vicinity of the North Pole on 13 October 2009. Texas is the first Virginia class submarine to conduct operations in the Arctic. Texas is in transit to its new homeport at Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
USN photo # N-0932F-006 courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Texas308kThe submarine Texas (SSN-775) arrived at its new home port, Naval Station Pearl Harbor, during an inner-fleet transfer from Groton Submarine Base on 23 November 2009. The arrival of Texas to Pearl Harbor will mark the second of the Virginia-class subs to be stationed in the Pacific, following the historic arrival of Hawaii (SSN-776) in July. USN photo # N-5212T-016 by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Josh Thompson.
Texas168kThe attack submarine Texas (SSN-775) enters Subic Bay to conduct a port visit and coordinated tended mooring alongside the submarine tender Emory S. Land (AS-39). Texas is conducting her first deployment to the western Pacific region.USN photo # N-QY759-110 by Chief Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class David R. Krigbaum.
Texas629kThe fast attack submarine Texas (SSN-775) is moored in the state-of-the-art submarine magnetic silencing facility at Beckoning Point at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam during a ribbon cutting ceremony on 27 April 2012.USN photo # N-RI884-087 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Daniel Barker via navy.news.mil.
Texas196kCmdr. Todd Nethercott addresses the crew of the submarine Texas (SSN-775) for the first time as commanding officer after assuming command of the submarine from Cmdr. Andrew Hertell at a change of command ceremony on 9 September 2014.U.S. Navy photo # 140909-N-CB621-134 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jason Swink, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Photo added 10/13/15.

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The Virginia Class—A New Submarine for the 21st Century
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