The U.S. Navy Doesn’t Like to Talk About Its Seawolf-Class Subs
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David Axe

Seawolf-Class Submarines,

That’s because Seawolf and her sisters are special.

Here’s What You Need to Remember: Here’s what we do know. In March 2011 Seawolf’s sister ship Connecticut was tapped for the rare honor of operating under the Arctic ice for tests.

Sometime apparently in August 2013, the U.S. Navy’s nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Seawolf eased out of the port of Bremerton, in Washington State, on what was probably her fifth or sixth deployment since commissioning in...

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