USS Jimmy Carter Preps for Christening

June 2004
Sea Power;Jun2004, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p42
Reports that the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Jimmy Carter has been rolled out of its construction hall in preparation for its naming ceremonies in the U.S. Schedule of the christening ceremonies of the submarine; Size of the submarine; Features of the Seawolf class submarine.


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