Modern U.S. Navy Submarines
The United States Navy maintains the largest, most powerful, submarine force in the world.There are a total of 10 Modern U.S. Navy Submarines in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
Vessels currently under construction or planned for service are also included in this listing.
USS California SSN-781 is a relatively new entry into the Virginia-class of fast attack boats, being commissioned a...
USS Connecticut SSN-22 makes up the second ship of the three-strong Seawolf-class of hunting fast attack submarines...
USS Jimmy Carter SSN-23 became the third and last boat of the Seawolf-class - originally intended to number 29 unit...
The USS Los Angeles was part of one of the largest submarine groups constructed during the Cold War....
Commissioned in 1990, the USS Miami fell to a deliberate onboard fire in May of 2012, rendering her a complete loss...
USS Michigan began life as a ballistic missile submarine before seeing conversion to become a guided-missile platfo...
Before becoming the SSGN-726 as a guided missile submarine, the USS Ohio fought under the SSBN-726 designator as a ...
The USS Seawolf was the first in her class, a class which initially was to field some 29 ships but ended with just ...
USS South Dakota SSN-790 is one of the latest submarine additions to the United States Navy fleet....