The U.S. Navy's top submarine commander visited Naval Submarine Base New London Feb. 16 to meet with students and instructors from the Naval Submarine School, support organizations, and crews of submarines homeported in Groton.
It has been 117 years since John Holland sold the submersible Holland VI to the U.S. Navy, giving birth to the U.S. Submarine Force. Though only starting out with a single 64-ton submarine manned by a crew of six, it has grown to become the premier undersea force in the world.
The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Undersea Warfare Division announced the recipients of the 2017 Vice Adm. Charles E. Weakley award, presented at the annual Joint Undersea Warfare Technology Spring Conference held at Naval Base Point Loma, California, April 25.
The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Undersea Warfare Division has announced the recipients of the 2017 Vice Adm. Charles E. Weakley award, presented at the annual Joint Undersea Warfare Technology Spring Conference held at Naval Base Point Loma, California, April 25.
Twelve Sailors assigned to Commander, Submarine Forces Atlantic (COMSUBLANT) were awarded the Enlisted Information Warfare (IW) Pin during a ceremony held at Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, June 9.
The Los Angeles fast-attack submarine USS Helena (SSN 725) returned to Naval Station Norfolk Wednesday, June 21 after completing a successful deployment to the European Command and Central Command areas of responsibility.
I wait patiently in a dimly lit ball room as crowds gathered around tables are called to stand. The few lights that offer illumination seem to gather on me as a camera flash suspends the proceeding moments in time.
Forty-five Sailors from submarine commands throughout Hampton Roads donned khaki uniforms and combination covers for the first time during a chief petty officer pinning ceremony at MacArthur Auditorium, Joint Forces Staff College, Sept. 15.
The Navy with assistance from the submarine's sponsor Elisabeth Mabus, daughter of the 75th Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, commissioned and brought to life the newest Virginia class submarine, USS Washington (SSN 787), during a ceremony on board Naval Station Norfolk, Oct. 7.