BALLISTIC-MISSILE SUBMARINES (SSBN)
- ATTACK SUBMARINES (SSN). // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p94
Features the Seawolf SSN 21, an attack submarine used and developed by the U.S. Navy. Displacement of the submarine; Length and beam; Builders of the submarine.
- SUBMARINE TENDERS (AS). // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p112
Features the submarine tenders Simon Lake and McKee (AS 41) of the U.S. Navy. Displacement of the submarine; Length and beam; Speed of the submarine.
- RESEARCH SUBMARINE (AGSS). // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p113
Features the research submarine Dolphin AGSS 55 used by U.S. Navy. Displacement of the submarine; History of the ship; Capabilities of the power plant.
- WARSHIP DOCUMENTATION. // Naval Forces;2003, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p158
Lists the attributes of the warships of the Singaporean Navy. Frigates; Submarines; Small fighting vessels; Mine sweepers; Landing vessels; Coast Guard vessels; Displacement, length, beam, draft and crew.
- SUBMARINES. // Sea Power;Jan2015, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p15
The article offers information on the U.S. Navy submarines including Ballistic-Missile Submarines (SSBN), Guided-Missile Submarines (SSGN), and Attack Submarines (SSN) along with information on displacement, commissioning, and maintenance. Topics discussed include commissioning of SSBN in...
- AIP-TECHNOLOGIES FOR SUBMARINES: SOME BASIC DESIGN ASPECT RELATED TO FUEL AND LOX STORAGE. Petersen, Lorenz; Wursig, Gerd // Naval Forces;2003, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p128
Focuses on non-nuclear air independent propulsion (AIP) technologies for submarines. Some basic design aspect related to fuel and liquid oxygen storage; Different AIP systems available; Required additional displacement.
- Tight squeeze. Henricks, Mark // Boys' Life;Jan1993, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p20
Describes life aboard one of the United States Navy's nuclear submarines. Size of the fleet; How big the sleeping areas are; Why life on a submarine is such a tight squeeze; Type of foods the crews eat; Training that submarine sailors must have.
- Signaling. // Popular Science;Apr87, Vol. 230 Issue 4, p44
Navy submarines must rise to the ocean's surface at preset times to receive radio communications, but such action can give away their strategic positions. Now subs can stay hidden longer, receiving low-frequency radio waves from transmitters. Eventually, subs may get all their signals from...
- Robot spy sub. Shaker, S.M. // Popular Science;Feb88, Vol. 232 Issue 2, p62
A Night Surveillance System (NSS) built by Perry Offshore Inc. resembles a miniature submarine with an oversize periscope, and is a 250-pound remotely operated vehicle that, except for a protruding mast, remains hidden beneath the waves. The NSS allows law-enforcement officials to secretly...