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Virginia Class Attack Submarine photos not labeled to anyboat, 2012-2021.


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Virginia-class70kKeith Goodson assembles a hydraulic system filter for a Virginia-class submarine, March 2012.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo #4-1 by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class411kLeft to right: Jordan Overbey, James Dillard and Riley Sayers loosen a turnbuckle securing a Virginia-class submarine unit delivered on the Sea Shuttle, October 2012.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo #7-DCS12-1561-54 by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class239kRiggers push "little blue cars" along a track in the Modular Outfitting Facility, which link together to transport large submarine modules, March 2014.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # DCS14-82-34 by Chris Oxley, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class380kTwo Virginia-class submarine modules were moved simultaneously for the first time on Wednesday, 28 August 2014 between Newport News Shipbuilding and General Dynamics Electric Boat's facilities in southern New England. The increased shipment capacity is in support of the U.S. Navy's two-submarines-per-year build rate.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # VCS_Sea_Shuttles, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class259kMatthew Good and Zachary Ensley use a laser scanner to supply the Virginia-class submarine program with measurement and analysis services, March 2016.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # DCS15-726-3 by John Whalen, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class204kTIG welding in a Virginia-class submarine puts welder Michael Tyler in some tight spots, June 2016.
This photo is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 6-DCS16-63-46 by John Whalen, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class229kShipbuilder Corey Taylor performs work on a submarine unit, May 2017.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 16-DCS17-176-152 by Ashley Major, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class211kThe shipyard's floating dry dock awaits its next submarine launch, July 2017.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 12-DCS17-329-28 by Matt Hildret, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class420kShipbuilder Jouis Norwood cleans a weld in the Submarine Frame Shop, September 2017.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 5-DCS17-286-206 by Ashley Cowan courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class282kShipbuilders Rob Roberson and Chris Parrish pull chains to lift a submarine hatch cover off the ground, November 2017.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 3-DCS17-571-21 by Ashley Cowan courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class282kNolan Toti grinds a submarine unit in the Ring Module Shop, December 2018.
This photo is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 6-DCS18-690-8 by Matt Hildreth courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com .
Virginia-class421kA shipbuilder assists in moving a submarine unit.
This photo is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 8-DCS18-836-57 by Ashley Cowan courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class325kA unique view of stage boards and safety rails surrounding a submarine unit in the Ring Module Shop, May 2019.
This photo is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 5-DCS18-690-29 by Matt Hildreth courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class435kJose Sanchez makes sparks that drop to the floor while working on a submarine unit in the Steel Production Facility, May 2019.
This photo is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 6-DCS18-672-821 by Ashley Cowan courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class436kShipbuilders work on a Virginia-class submarine module, June 2019.
This photo is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 7-DCS19-211-53 by Matt Hildreth courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class267kA team of fitters take precise measurements on submarine units, September 2019.
This photo is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 5-DCS19-395-61 by Matt Hildreth courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class253kA shipbuilder works on a submarine component in the Ring Module Shop, September 2019.
This photo is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 13-DCS19-211-59 by Matt Hildreth courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class492kSubmarine construction keeps shipbuilders busy in the Ring Module Shop, December 2019.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 2-DCS19-531-66 by Matt Hildreth courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
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672kLendell Harris takes a precise measurement of a steel structure being manufactured for a Virginia-class submarine, January and February 2020.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 8-DCS19-634-45 by Ashley Cowan, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class
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412kSubmarine construction continues as a colorful sky closes out the day, July 2020.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 5-DCS20-145-75 by Matt Hildreth, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
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303kThe pressure hull of a Virginia-class submarine begins its next phase of construction in a North Yard facility. December 2020.
(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 7-DCS20-400-11 by Matt Hildreth, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com
Virginia-class
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2.01kAerial photograph of Newport News Shipbuilding, September 2021.
Filling in the blanks.(This is not identified as any particular Virginia-class submarine by NNS and it is generic).
Photo # 4-DCS21-302-413-2 by Ashley Cowan, courtesy of nns.huntingtoningalls.com

Additional Resources and Web Sites of Interest
The VIRGINIA Class America's Next Submarine
The Virginia Class—A New Submarine for the 21st Century
SSN-774 Virginia-class NSSN New Attack Submarine Centurion
NSSN VIRGINIA CLASS ATTACK SUBMARINE, USA
HISTORIC SUBMARINE DOCUMENTARY AND TRAINING FILMS
Making a Submarine - General Dynamics
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