New Breath for Submarines

Hanson, Anatole
December 2003
Armada International;Dec2003/Jan2004, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p87
Provides information on the upgrade of the naval submarines of various nations. Conversion of the USS Ohio U.S. Navy submarine from SSBN role to SSGN; Number of Navy Seals special forces that can be supported by SSGN submarines; Replacement of the original combat system of the Collins class of SSK by the Royal Australian Navy.


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