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North Carolina (SSN-777)

Radio Call Sign: November - Delta - Kilo - Delta

Virginia Class Attack Submarine: Named on 11 December 2000. Keel laid as USS North Carolina (SSN-777) 22 May 2004 at Northrup Grumman Newport News, Virginia. Christened on 21 April 2007; Launched on 5 May 2007; Delivered on 21 February 2008, and Commissioned on 3 May 2008 in Wilmington, NC. & homeported at Pear Harbor, Hawaii.

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.
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Virginia Class886k A cut out of the Virginia class submarine characteristics. Courtesy of csp.navy.mil.
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.
North Carolina67k The North Carolina under construction, 24 March, 2004. NN photo DCS04-45-64, by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nn.northropgrumman.com.
North Carolina574kPDF article on the keel laying ceremony of the North Carolina (SSN-777) at Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyard, Newport News, Va. 22 May 2004. Courtesy of nn.northropgrumman.com.
North Carolina304kNewport News, Va. 22 May 2004, the Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Ceremonial Guard posts the colors during the Keel Laying Ceremony of Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) North Carolina (SSN-777), the U.S. Navy's newest Virginia class submarine. PCU North Carolina is the 4th Virginia class submarine to begin construction, and is the 6th Navy vessel to be named North Carolina . The Ship's sponsor Mrs. Linda Bowman said, "For the submarine North Carolina , my hope is that she will sail in peace to keep us free. My assurance is that she will always be ready to defend that freedom whenever necessary." The current construction schedule calls for the submarine's launching in late 2005 followed by commissioning in late 2007.USN photo # N-6240R-114, by Journalist 1st Class Donald P. Rule, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
 Texas & North Carolina281kNorthrop Grumman Newport News hosted a keel-laying ceremony 22 May 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.
North Carolina94kLinda Anne Rich Bowman, ship's sponsor, chalks her initials on a steel plate at the keel-laying ceremony of the North Carolina (SSN-777),at Northrop Grumman Newport News. Tom Schievelbein, Northrop Grumman Newport News president (left), Adm. Frank Bowman, director, Naval Reactors, and U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Dole (right) look on. Photo by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina77k Northrop Grumman President Thomas Shievelbein, left, presents a metal plate with the initials of the sponsor for Pre-commissioning Unit (PCU) North Carolina (SSN-777), at Newport News, Va. 22 May 2004. Mrs. Linda R. Bowman are written in chalk. The initials on the metal plate, are then traced by a welder's torch and permanently affixed to the stern of the boat. The current construction schedule calls for the submarine's launching in late 2005 followed by commissioning in late 2007. USN photo # N-2820Z-002 by Journalist Seaman Apprentice Andy Zask, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina71k Deputy Secretary of the Navy Hansford T. Johnson, far right, North Carolina Senator Elizabeth Dole, Navy Nuclear Reactors Director Adm. Frank "Skip" Bowman, Northrop Grumman President Thomas C. Schievelbein and Pre-commissioning Unit (PCU)North Carolina (SSN-777) sponsor Mrs. Linda R. Bowman, watch as Northrop Grumman welder Stanley Britt welds Mrs. Bowman's initials on a metal plate at Newport News, Va. 22 May 2004. The plate will be affixed permanently to the stern of the boat. The current construction schedule calls for the submarine's launching in late 2005 followed by commissioning in late 2007. USN photo # N-2820Z-003 by Journalist Seaman Apprentice Andy Zask, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina168kWelder Stanley Britt permanently welds the initials of Ship's Sponsor Mrs. Linda Bowman during the Keel Laying Ceremony of Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) North Carolina (SSN-777), the U.S. Navy's newest Virginia class submarine. USN photo # N-6240R-258, by Journalist 1st Class Donald P. Rule, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina108k Pictured is Northrop Grumman Newport News welder Stanley Britt, after successfully welding Linda Anne Rich Bowan's initials onto a steel plate. Northrop Grumman Newport News President Tom Schievelbein raises his hands to signify the weld was successfully completed. Adm. Frank Bowman, director, Naval Reactors, and U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Dole look on. Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina122k Pictured from left are Northrop Grumman Newport News welder Stanley Britt, U.S. Navy Admiral and Director of Naval Reactors Frank "Skip" Bowman, Linda Anne Rich Bowman, the ship's sponsor, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina, Northrop Grumman Newport News President Tom Schievelbein, and the Assistant Secretary of the Navy Hansford T. Johnson. Britt is pictured showing his successful weld of Linda Anne Rich Bowman's initials onto a steel plate that will be permanently affixed to North Carolina (SSN-777). Photo by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina107k Pictured is the North Carolina (SSN-777) Auxiliary Machine Room (AMR). The AMR is the unit that was authenticated during the keel laying ceremony. Photo by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina228k Pictured is the North Carolina's (SSN-777) Auxiliary Machine Room (AMR). The AMR is the unit that will be authenticated during the keel laying ceremony. It contains a number of the ship's auxiliary systems. Should an emergency arise on board a submarine, the AMR Module has the capability to provide all the necessary power for the submarine to safely return to port. Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina264k Pictured is the stern unit of the North Carolina (SSN-777). Named for one of the original 13 colonies, North Carolina is the fourth ship of the Virginia class. It will be christened in 2006, and upon delivery to the Navy in 2007, will be the most modern and sophisticated attack submarine in the world. Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina208k Northrop Grumman Newport News shipbuilders are pictured working on North Carolina's (SSN-777) fan room module in the shipyard's Modular Outfitting Facility (MOF). The MOF is a 10-story, 130,000-square-foot building where the Virginia class submarines are being built. Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of Northrup Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina111k Sailors assigned to the Pre-Commissioning Unit North Carolina's (SSN-777), parade the colors at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., as part of a Veteran's Day tribute during the Carolina Panthers football game, 7 November 2004. From right to left, Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Wayne C. Tyler, Machinist's Mate 1st Class Joshua A. Newcomb, Fire Control Technician 1st Class Brian L. Beach and Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Erik J. Kline represented the U.S. Navy during the halftime tribute. USN photo # N-3312P-001, by Chief Journalist Mark O. Piggott, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina474k Miss USA 2005, Chelsea Cooley, waves to the Sailors and shipyard workers during her visit to the Pre-Commissioning Unit North Carolina (SSN-777) at Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyard, Newport News, Va. 13 July 2005. The North Carolina native received a tour of the facilities where the submarine is currently under construction, as well as a tour of Texas (SSN 775). Miss USA signed autographs for both Sailors and shipyard workers. USN photo # N-4444O-001, by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nn.northropgrumman.com. Text courtesy of news.navy.mil.
SECNAV380k Quonset Point, RI., 19 January 2006, Electric Boat, Quonset Point employee, shows Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), the Honorable, Dr. Donald C. Winter a piece of sheet metal he is fabricating for use aboard one of the new U.S. Navy Submarines being built by Electric Boat. SECNAV is in the northeast for a tour to familiarize himself with the construction, operation and maintenance of the U.S. Navy's Submarine Fleet. USN photo # N-2568S-171 by Chief Journalist Craig P. Strawser, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina479k The Virginia class submarine North Carolina (SSN-777), under construction at Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyard, 9 March 2006. USN photo # N-4780W-003, by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nn.northropgrumman.com. Text courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina525k The forward section and sail unit of the Pre Commissioning Unit (PCU) Virginia class submarine North Carolina (SSN-777), under construction at Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyard on 11 May 2006 & is scheduled to join the fleet in 2009. USN photo # N-7434T-001, by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nn.northropgrumman.com. Text courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina102k Northrop Grumman employee George Love was one of the 1,000 Virginia class shipbuilders to sign a special banner marking pressure hull complete for the North Carolina (SSN-777). Photo by John Whalen, courtesy of nn.northropgrumman.com.
North Carolina194k The Virginia class submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) reaches an important construction milestone 13 September 2006 as the final hull welds are completed. USN photo # O-0000X-003 courtesy of Northrop Grumman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina239k A banner signed by many of the 1,000 Northrop Grumman employees working on the Virginia class submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) to mark the pressure hull completion on 14 September 2006. Pressure hull completion is the point where the hull sections are joined to form a single unit. USN photo # N-3165S-009 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Ryan Lee Steinhour, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina191kShipyard personnel work to build submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) while the boat is under contruction in Newport News on 10 October 2006. USN photo # O-0000X-004 courtesy of Northrop Grumman, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina453k The North Carolina (SSN-777) under construction at Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyard.USN photo # N-3165S-007 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Ryan Lee Steinhour, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina383k The North Carolina (SSN-777) under construction at Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyard.USN photo # N-3165S-004 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Ryan Lee Steinhour, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
North Carolina358kFinal preparations are being made preparation for the North Carolina (SSN-777) getting wet for the first time by filling her dry dock. Photo courtesy of Huntington Ingalls Industries via Bill Gonyo.
North Carolina94kNorth Carolina (SSN-777) Christening Wallpaper.Photo courtesy of northropgrumman.com. & submitted by Bill Gonyo.
North Carolina247k The North Carolina (SSN-777) is rolled out prior to her christening ceremony on 6 April 2007. USN photo # O-0000X-005 courtesy of Northrop Grumman.
North Carolina38kWorkers sweep yellow pollen off the black surface of the hull of the sub in preparation for the boat's christening.USN photo courtesy of Buddy Norris, dailypress.com/Daily Press via thesubreport.com.
North Carolina56k Politicians, shipyard workers and Navy personal came together Saturday morning, 21 April 2007 at Northrop Grumman Newport News to christen the North Carolina (SSN-777).USN photo courtesy of Rob Ostermaier, dailypress.com/Daily Press via thesubreport.com.
North Carolina24kA bottle of American sparkling wine awaits the christening of North Carolina (SSN-777) the morning of 21 April 2007. Photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina34kThe platform guests chairs were adorned with American flags and North Carolina (SSN-777) hats. Everyone attending the christening received a "snack pack" with water, fruit and granola bars. Photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina37k Master Chief Musician Jeffrey C. Myers conducts the United States Navy Band Ceremonial Band. Ship's Sponsor Linda Anne Rich Bowman thanked the band in her remarks. "Our glorious band is from Washington, D.C.," she said. "You make our ceremonies complete and put music to sweet freedom's song." Photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina36kMike Petters recognized the crew of Pre-Commissioning Unit North Carolina (SSN-777) during his remarks. "Today, we christen their ship, and we are proud to be building it for them," he said. "We have formed a true partnership with these men -- because while we build the ship, they work side-by-side with us, training, testing and eventually taking this ship to sea." Photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina35k Mike Petters recognized veterans from the battleship North Carolina (BB-55) and a group of submarine veterans during his remarks. Photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina27k Ashley Britt, the daughter of Stanley Britt, the Newport News employee who welded Linda Anne Rich Bowman's initials at the keel-laying, presents a dozen roses to Ship's Sponsor after the christening. Photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina218k Northrop Grumman Newport News workers get the bow cover for the commissioning of the North Carolina (SSN-777) ready on 21 April 2007. Photo # DCS07-156-15 courtesy of Northrop Grumman Newport News.
North Carolina50kPart of the crowd wait for the commissioning of the North Carolina (SSN-777). USN photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman.
North Carolina342kApproximately 2,500 people sit in attendance of the christening ceremony for the Navy's newest submarine, North Carolina (SSN-777). The view is from the top of the Module Outfitting Facility. USN photo # O-0000X-002 by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrop Grumman.
North Carolina158kSponsor Linda Anne Rich Bowman Christens the submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) during a ceremony at Northrop Grumman Newport News shipyard as Commander, Submarine Force Adm. John J. Donnelly and Northrop Grumman Newport News President Mike Petters look on 21 April 2007. USN photo # 0000X-001 courtesy of Northrop Grumman.
North Carolina443kThe North Carolina (SSN-777) is launched at Newport News. Photo # DCS07-303-164 by Ricky Thompson, courtesy of Northrop Grumman.
North Carolina233kThe North Carolina (SSN-777) is launched at Newport News. Photo # DCS07-304-042 by John Whalen, courtesy of Northrop Grumman.
North Carolina163k Cmdr. Mark Davis, prospective commanding officer of the North Carolina (SSN-777) and Bob Meyer, Northrop Grumman Newport News construction manager, Virginia-Class program, cut cake in celebration of crew move aboard and the first meal prepared in the ship's galley.USN photo # 189-4418 courtesy of northropgrumman.com.
North Carolina300kThe submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) left for its first set of sea trials on Wednesday, December 12 from Northrop Grumman Newport News.Photo # 189-4532 by Chris Oxley, courtesy of northropgrumman.com.
North Carolina158kThe submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) returned to Northrop Grumman Newport News following the successful completion of its initial sea trials. Photo # 189-4542 by John Whalen, courtesy of northropgrumman.com.& submitted by Bill Gonyo.
North Carolina314kThe submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) flies a broom atop its sail to signify a clean sweep of the ship's initial sea trials.Photo # 121407D by John Whalen, courtesy of northropgrumman.com.& submitted by Bill Gonyo.
North Carolina331kNorthrop Grumman Shipbuilding-Newport News delivered the fourth submarine of the Virginia class, North Carolina (SSN-777), to the Navy on 21 February 2009 following the successful completion of its third and final round of builder's sea trials. Photo # DCS07-901-395 by John Whalen, courtesy of northropgrumman.com.
North Carolina116k Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding-Newport News representatives Becky Stewart, vice president, Submarine Program (left), and Matt Mulherin, vice president, Programs (right), presented Capt. Mark Davis, prospective commanding officer of the pre-commissioning unit North Carolina (SSN-777) (center), with a ceremonial key to signify delivery of North Carolina to the Navy, 22 February 2009. Photo # DCS08-380-29 by Ricky Thompson, courtesy of northropgrumman.com.
North Carolina270kCrewmembers assigned to Pre-commissioning Unit North Carolina (SSN-777) stand at attention as the National Ensign is raised during morning colors in Wilmington, N.C. on 30 April 2009. She is set to be commissioned and brought to life May 3. USN photo # N-7705S-020 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Todd A. Schaffer, courtesy of navy.mil.
North Carolina339kSailors perform a 19 gun salute during arrival honors for North Carolina Sen. Elizabeth Dole 3 May 2009 during commissioning of the Navy's newest Virginia class nuclear attack submarine North Carolina (SSN-777). North Carolina will be homeported in Groton, Conn., as a member of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet. USN photo # N-8655E-004 by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kelvin Edwards, courtesy of navy.mil.
North Carolina64kThe Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Dr. Donald C. Winter addresses guests at the Commissioning of North Carolina (SSN-777), 3 May 2009. USN photo # N-5549O-169 by 2nd Class Kevin S. O'Brien, courtesy of navy.mil.
North Carolina161kCrew members break the commissioning pennant aboard the nuclear attack submarine North Carolina (SSN-777). USN photo # N-7441H-007 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Roadell Hickman, courtesy of navy.mil.
North Carolina443kSubmarine veterans, retired Battleship North Carolina Alumni and some 6,000 attendees witness the commissioning of the nuclear attack submarine North Carolina (SSN-777). USN photo # N-7441H-007 by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kelvin Edwards, courtesy of navy.mil.
North Carolina499kSubmarine veterans, retired Battleship North Carolina Alumni and some 6,000 attendees witness the commissioning of the newest Virginia class nuclear attack submarine North Carolina (SSN-777). USN photo # N-7441H-002 by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kelvin Edwards, courtesy of navy.mil.
North Carolina441k The North Carolina (SSN-777) pulls into her new homeport of Submarine Base New London, Conn., 16 May 2008. USN photo # N-8467N-003 by John Narewski, courtesy of navy.mil. via Bill Gonyo.
North Carolina306kJackie "Mom" Kaye receives a round of applause in appreciation of her service to the Virginia class attack submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) during the North Carolina change of command ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk. Mom Kaye has adopted 22 other submarines throughout her lifetime. Cmdr. Wes Schlauder relieved Capt. Mark Davis, who commissioned the boat 3 May 2008 in Wilmington, N.C. USN photo # N-7668G-095 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Xander Gamble, courtesy of navy.mil.
North Carolina262k The attack submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) at Naval Station Norfolk during a change of command ceremony on 8 September 2009. Cmdr. Wes Schlauder relieved Capt. Mark Davis, who commissioned the boat 3 May 2009 in Wilmington, N.C. USN photo # N-7668G-046 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Xander Gamble, courtesy of navy.mil. via Bill Gonyo.
North Carolina268kRetired Cmdr. Corbin McNeill, a former submarine commanding officer, right, discusses the submarine community with Vice Adm. John J. Donnelly, commander, Submarine Force, and Ensign Andrew Weller aboard the attack submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) 5 December 2009. North Carolina is conducting training operations off the coast of Florida. USN photo # N-9097M-004 by Cmdr. Patrick McNally, courtesy of navy.mil. via Bill Gonyo.
North Carolina210k The North Carolina (SSN-777) departs Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on 1 December 2011 for their first operational deployment to the western Pacific region. USN photo # N-UK333-091 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ronald Gutridge.
North Carolina1.71k28 photo PDF of the North Carolina (SSN-777). Photos by Daniel Terdiman courtesy of cnet.com.
North Carolina301kSailors assigned to the submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) prepare to moor alongside the submarine tender Emory S. Land (AS-39) on 3 January 2012 at Polaris point, Guam. Emory S. Land is on an extended deployment in Guam to temporarily relieve sister tender Frank Cable (AS-40) as the primary afloat maintenance activity in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility. USN photo # N-GE301-026 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Gabrielle Blake via flickr.com.
North Carolina248kCmdr. Richard G. Rinehart, commanding officer of the North Carolina (SSN-777) speaks about weapons handling operations aboard Virginia-class submarines to Jack Howard Jacobs, a retired U.S. Army colonel, Vietnam War veteran and Medal of Honor recipient, aboard the sub on 5 October 2012. Jacobs and a group of distinguished guests are in Hawaii for the National Medal of Honor Convention. The U.S. Navy has a 237-year heritage of defending freedom and projecting and protecting U.S. interests around the globe.USN photo # N-DB801-222 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Steven Khor.
North Carolina959kMachinist Mate Fireman Garrett Minsky, from Huntington Beach, California, poses for a photo while wearing a mark 10 safety suit aboard the submarine North Carolina (SSN-777) on 9 June 2014. North Carolina is visiting Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan during a routine deployment to the Indo-Asia-Pacific. U.S. Navy photo # 140609-N-BD107-085 by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Liam Kennedy, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
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