USS John Marshall

USS | (1978), SSN 695 (1961), SSRN 586 / USS Cheyenne

(1969), SSN 670 USS Sailfish

(1969), SSN 650

(1961), SSN 591

USS Darter

SS, SSR 572 /

Ship History Nautilus (SSN-571) was the fourth U.S. Navy vessel and second submarine to bear the name. USS Harder

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USS Sunfish (1984), SSN 709 The damage was repaired and Jimmy Carter left New London the following day, arriving at Bangor the afternoon of 9 November 2005. USS Trigger (1952), SS 563

USS Providence (1992), SSN 761 (1974), SSN 688

(1985), SSN 721 (1975), SSN 685 USS San Francisco USS Spadefish (1963/81)


USS Scranton (1993), SSN 764 USS Sand Lance

(1981), SSN 701 USS Cavalla

USS New Mexico

USS Grayling USS Gurnard

Submarine Name: Hull Number: Class : USS Charlotte: SSN 766: Los Angeles: USS Greeneville: SSN 772: Los Angeles: USS Hawaii: SSN 776: Virginia: USS North Carolina: SSN 777: Virginia: USS Missouri: SSN 780: Virginia: USS Mississippi: SSN 782: - One result of the changes was that Jimmy Carter was commissioned more than six years after USS Connecticut and almost four months after the commissioning of USS Virginia, the first of the Virginia-class subs.

(1980), SSN 698 (1965/92) (?

(1967), SSN 660 (1984), SSN 710

US USS Alexandria The contract to build Jimmy Carter was awarded to the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics Corporation in Groton, Connecticut on 29 June 1996, and her keel was laid on 5 December 1998.

USS Triton USS Snook

USS Chicago

(1959), SSN 585 (1959), SS 581

(year of commissioning), SSN 571

(1997), SSN 22

Her keel was laid down on June 15, 1988, she was launched on May 18, 1991 and she was commissioned on April 11, 1992. USS Scamp - ex SSBN 608, SSN 609

USS Puffer ), SSN 795 USS Aspro (2017), SSN 788

USS Honolulu Intelligence experts speculate that the MMP may find use in missions as an underwater splicing chamber for optical fiber cables.[6][7][8][9]. (1993), SSN 762

No Fear Act Data

(1993), SSN 763

Jimmy Carter has additional maneuvering devices fitted fore and aft that allow her to keep station over selected targets in odd currents. USS Omaha

USS Tullibee U.S. Navy

lost at sea on May 21, 1968, SSN 590 | USS Albany

USS Hawkbill [1] Jimmy Carter is one of the few ships of the United States Navy and the third submarine to be named for a living person, and the only submarine to be named for a living president. USS Seawolf

USS Tang (1968), SSN 664 On 19 November 2004 Jimmy Carter completed alpha sea trials, her first voyage in the open seas.

USS Toledo (1970), SSN 674

(1958), SS 580

(2008), SSN 779

She was also the world’s first nuclear-powered submarine and the first submarine to cross the North Pole under the Arctic polar ice pack.


USS Shark HOME SSN 587


USS California (1958), SSN 584

| (1970), SSN 675