UNDER THE WATER & under the spell

Benson, Robert
April 1999
All Hands;Apr99, Issue 984, p24
Provides information on the operation of the USS Louisiana, a nuclear-powered, Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine. Characteristics of the ship; Norms of its submariners; Comments from Helmsman Fireman Jose A. Rivera-Coriano on the responsibilities of driving a submarine; Description of the ship's sonar room.


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