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A Working day Aboard a US Cruise Missile Submarine – USS Ohio SSGN 726





USS Ohio (SSGN 726) transits the Puget Audio to Naval Magazine Indian Island from Naval Base Kitsap.

The USS Ohio (SSBN-726 / SSGN-726) is a nuclear submarine-released cruise missiles, guide ship of its course, the Ohio course. This is the fourth ship of the United States Navy to be named for the seventeenth point out of the United States, Ohio. It was initially commissioned as SSBN-726 missile launcher as nuclear submarine prior to going through a major overhaul in 2002 turning it into SSGN (NATO abbreviation for Guided Missile Ship Submersible Nuclear) .It is in assistance considering the fact that 1981 .

The USS Ohio was restructured in November 2003 at Groton shipyard to accommodate a total of 154 missiles Tomahawk TLAM (ground attack) or 154 missiles Tomahawk Block IV with 24 start tubes missiles7. At the similar time, considering the fact that its docks update in November 2002, the submarine had to bear a reloading its nuclear fuel opérationnel right after twenty a long time of assistance.

24 missile launchers tubes of SSBNs model 22 ended up transformed to fire Tomahawk while two of them ended up transformed into pressurizing chambers allowing for Navy SEALs commando leave the developing immersion for any mission dependent Naval Exclusive Warfare Command alone part of United States Exclusive Functions Command5. Just about every SSGN will hence SEALs board 66 and two Dry Deck Shelter positioned on the again of navire5.

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37 comments

  1. Super se upar bro

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  2. Интересно чпокают они там баб когда выходят в поход???

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  3. I thought women weren't allowed on submarines? Did they change that?

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  5. Why are sailors inside a sub wearing camo fatigues? Does not compute.

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  6. ali

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  7. why do they need camouflage battledress in a submarine?

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  8. I am a new friend

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  9. Nice video

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  10. nice

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  11. I came so close to enlisting for missile boats, instead I ended up Patriot sitting in cold mud in Germany in the 80s wishing for those 3 hots I would have had …. LOL

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  12. They didn't have those nice jammies when I was on USS Ohio (SSBN 726-B)…MTCS(SS) (Ret.).  🙂

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  13. Look at those sliders!!! Oh, yeah!!!

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  14. So Ohio is no longer a ballistic missile submarine or the so called Trident. Instead she was converted to guided missile sub.

    Does the Nuclear reduction of plugging 4 of her tubes apply? And from thinking of her capacity, if one Trident is about 4 to 5 Tomahawks, she looks like she can carry 100 + assortment of guided missiles. Logistically speaking, one can still use ICBMs to deploy conventional warheads and would still be cheaper than Tomahawks if there were multiple targets to be had. The range is even undetermined. The ICBMs payload can be sent in orbit for quite a long time until targets are acquired and the payload goes on re-entry.

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  15. 👍👍Double thumbs up 👍👍🐷

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  16. Shortest cruise in the history of the Navy.

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  17. The sizzling sound of the frying table, and the noise of the fan, i wonder do they make the sub noiser?

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  18. So if this is an ssGn, does that mean it only carries missiles/torpedoes and no ICBMs? Or does that indicate some other kind of weapons system?

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  19. Defanged boomers = Slow Attack Boats

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  24. What a mess.

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  25. '
    stop watch this video at 050…
    never never show this video in here about american navy submarine…
    enemy countrys can watchs this video, learns, steals, copys, makes, trainings, etc etc…
    not good idea…
    keep american submarines hides and privates

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  26. good

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  27. Well ……the news people been in submarine all day but record for 5:00 it is not fake news

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  28. I didn't think women were allowed to serve on subs…. did the policy change or something?

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  29. Two crew 5 minutes to adjust a rubber mat

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  30. So you just go out into the harbour, have a turkey burger and then head back. Sounds like a pretty cool job.

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  31. Cruise missile subs aren't the same as Boomers are they?

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  32. One thing that disgusts me though is that this country does not take care of its veterans the way it should for people who gave years of their lives to serve this country ! Someone that served atleast 4 years in this country should be compensated by not having to pay these high taxes that we are charged. The same goes for these voluntary fireman who serve their community ! They work and dedicate their lives to help others with no compensation ! You get alittle pay in the military but you get no compensation for being a volunteer fireman pitting your life on the line at every fire and not knowing if you are going home to your family when you're done putting the fire out and saving people's lives ! They alone should have to pay no taxes for their time and work !

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  33. I give these guys all the credit in the world ! I spent six years on a Nuclear Polaris Missile Sub and everyday I think of it. Since I've been gone at any moment I know there are men down there right now protecting our country but can't wait till they get home to hold their wife and kids that all the people take for granted everyday of their life ! Believe me when I tell you, when it's time to go to sea like anyone in the military knows you really don't want to leave your family but you made an obligation to your country and you have to fulfill it ! I believe every kid 18 years old should do atleast two years in the military to serve your country for the freedom you will experience the rest of your life. And an added benefit is it will make a boy a man and a girl a woman ! I want to thank all the soldiers that are currently serving our country and for the young men who mostly were 18 to 20 years old who lost and are still losing their lives to give us the freedom of doing what we want!

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  34. Nice to see her again, last time I saw her was back in the 70's welding in the cylinder fabrication Bldg.#1 at EB in Rhode Island. Glad all my welds held !!!! LOL.

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  36. Mmmmmmmmmmm…… turkey burgers……….. 🙂

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  37. I had the honor of loading this boat for its first tactical load out. It was an all new system in a New boat and during its career changed due to SALT2 agreements. A weapons system that worked perfectly because it was never used for nuclear purposes a proper system for prevention of war. Ohio was the nosiest sub of this class rumored to be fitted from East coast to west coast with a unbalanced prop to hide its true signature. It damaged the boat. You would've never seen so many news helicopters 2 tried to take photos inside the explosive handling wharf Marines wanted to fire them up a true circus.

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