List of submarines of the United States Navy

This is a list of submarines of the United States Navy, listed by hull number and by name.

Hull numberNameNotes
TurtleWorld's first combat submersible. Deployed in 1775. Failed mission to destroy HMS Eagle. Continental Army project.
AlligatorExperimental submarine built in 1862. Never operationally deployed. Foundered in bad weather in 1863. First submarine of the United States Navy.
Intelligent WhaleExperimental submarine built in 1863, acquired by the US Navy in 1869 and abandoned in 1873.
SSK-1BarracudaRe-designated as SST-3.
SSK-2Bass
SSK-3Bonita
SF-1AA-1/T-1Also SS-52
SF-2AA-2/T-2Also SS-60
SF-3AA-3/T-3Also SS-61
SF-4V-1Also SS-163
SF-5V-2Also SS-164
SF-6V-3Also SS-165
SF-7V-4Also SS-166
SM-1ArgonautAlso SS-166
SS-1Holland
SS-2Plunger/A-1
SS-3Adder/A-2
SS-4Grampus/A-3
SS-5Moccasin/A-4
SS-6Pike/A-5
SS-7Porpoise/A-6
SS-8Shark/A-7
SS-9Octopus/C-1
SS-10Viper/B-1
SS-11Cuttlefish/B-2
SS-12Tarantula/B-3
SS-13Stingray/C-2
SS-14Tarpon/C-3
SS-15Bonita/C-4
SS-16Snapper/C-5
SS-17Narwhal/D-1
SS-18Grayling/D-2
SS-19Salmon/D-3
SS-19½Seal/G-1
SS-20Carp/F-1Lost in collision on 17 Dec 1917.
SS-21Barracuda/F-2
SSN-21SeawolfCommissioned 1997
SS-22Pickerel/F-3
SSN-22ConnecticutCommissioned 1998
SS-23F-4Foundered and lost on 25 Mar 1915. Raised but not repaired. First US submarine to be lost.
SSN-23Jimmy CarterCommissioned 2005
SS-24E-1
SS-25E-2
SS-26G-4
SS-27G-2Sank at moorings 30 July 1919, drowned 3 crew
SS-28Seawolf/H-1Grounded 12 Mar 1920. Lost during salvage operations 24 Mar 1920.
SS-29Nautilus/H-2
SS-30Garfish/H-3
SS-31G-3
SS-32K-1
SS-33K-2
SS-34K-3
SS-35K-4
SS-36K-5
SS-37K-6
SS-38K-7
SS-39K-8
SS-40L-1
SS-41L-2
SS-42L-3
SS-43L-4
SS-44L-5
SS-45L-6
SS-46L-7
SS-47M-1
SS-48L-8
SS-49L-9
SS-50L-10
SS-51L-11
SS-52AA-1/T-1Also SF-1
SS-53N-1
SS-54N-2
SS-55N-3
SS-56N-4
SS-57N-5
SS-58N-6
SS-59N-7
SS-60AA-2/T-2Also SF-2
SS-61AA-3/T-3Also SF-3
SS-62O-1
SS-63O-2Recommissioned in 1941, Oldest US sub to serve in WWII, one of only eight subs that served in both WWI and WWII
SS-64O-3served in both WWI and WWII
SS-65O-4served in both WWI and WWII
SS-66O-5Lost in collision 28 Oct 1923.
SS-67O-6served in both WWI and WWII
SS-68O-7served in both WWI and WWII
SS-69O-8served in both WWI and WWII
SS-70O-9served in both WWI and WWII, Lost in accident 20 Jun 1941.
SS-71O-10served in both WWI and WWII
SS-72O-11
SS-73O-12Used in 1931 Wilkins arctic expedition and scuttled.
SS-74O-13
SS-75O-14
SS-76O-15
SS-77O-16
SS-78R-1
SS-79R-2Oldest continuously commissioned sub to serve in WWII (1919−1945)
SS-80R-3
SS-81R-4
SS-82R-5
SS-83R-6
SS-84R-7
SS-85R-8
SS-86R-9
SS-87R-10
SS-88R-11
SS-89R-12Foundered 12 Jun 1943.
SS-90R-13
SS-91R-14
SS-92R-15
SS-93R-16
SS-94R-17
SS-95R-18
SS-96R-19Transferred to Royal Navy 9 March 1942 as HMS P.513, rammed by Royal Canadian Navy minesweeper on 21 June 1942 and sank with all hands.
SS-97R-20
SS-98R-21
SS-99R-22
SS-100R-23
SS-101R-24
SS-102R-25
SS-103R-26
SS-104R-27
SS-105S-1
SS-106S-2
SS-107S-3
SS-108cancelled
SS-109S-4Lost in accident 17 Dec 1927.
SS-110S-5Lost in accident 1 Dec 1920.
SS-111S-6
SS-112S-7
SS-113S-8
SS-114S-9
SS-115S-10
SS-116S-11
SS-117S-12
SS-118S-13
SS-119S-14
SS-120S-15
SS-121S-16
SS-122S-17
SS-123S-18
SS-124S-19
SS-125S-20
SS-126S-21
SS-127S-22
SS-128S-23
SS-129S-24
SS-130S-25transferred to the Royal Navy 4 November 1941 and renamed as the RMS P.551 then transferred to the Polish Navy in exile and renamed ORP Jastrząb. On 2 May 1942 she was attacked in a friendly fire incident by a Royal Navy minesweeper and destroyer and sank with all hands.
SS-131S-26Sunk in collision 24 Jan 1942.
SS-132S-27Lost by grounding 19 Jun 1942.
SS-133S-28Foundered 4 Jul 1944.
SS-134S-29
SS-135S-30
SS-136S-31
SS-137S-32
SS-138S-33
SS-139S-34
SS-140S-35
SS-141S-36Lost by grounding 20 Jan 1942.
SS-142S-37
SS-143S-38
SS-144S-39Lost by grounding 14 Aug 1942.
SS-145S-40
SS-146S-41
SS-147H-4
SS-148H-5
SS-149H-6
SS-150H-7
SS-151H-8
SS-152H-9
SS-153S-42
SS-154S-43
SS-155S-44Sunk by Japanese destroyer on 7 Oct 1943.
SS-156S-45
SS-157S-46
SS-158S-47
SS-159S-48Sank during a builders trial on 7 December 1921. Was raised 2 weeks later and repaired.
SS-160S-49Used as a privately owned traveling tourist attraction from 1931 to 1941.
SS-161S-50
SS-162S-51Lost in collision 25 Sep 1925.
SS-163Barracuda
SS-164Bass
SS-165Bonita
SS-166ArgonautNever formally held SS-166 classification. Variously designated as V-4, SF-7, SM-1, A-1 and APS-1. Sunk by Japanese destroyers 10 Jan 1943.
SS-167Narwhal
SS-168Nautilus
SS-169Dolphin
SS-170Cachalot
SS-171Cuttlefish
SS-172Porpoise
SS-173Pike
SS-174SharkSunk by Japanese destroyer Feb 11 1942.
SS-175TarponFoundered in deep water, south of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, on 26 August 1957, while under tow to the scrap yard.
SS-176PerchScuttled 3 March 1942 after damage from Japanese ships.
SS-177PickerelSunk 3 April 1943 by Japanese ships.
SS-178Permit
SS-179Plunger
SS-180Pollack
SS-181PompanoPossibly sunk by mine October 1943.
SS-182Salmon
SS-183Seal
SS-184SkipjackSunk in Operation Crossroads atomic bomb test, 25 July 1946
SS-185Snapper
SS-186Stingray
SS-187Sturgeon
SS-188Sargo
SS-189Saury
SS-190Spearfish
SS-191SculpinHelped locate the sunken Squalus 24 May 1939. Damaged by Japanese destroyer 19 Nov 1943 and scuttled to avoid capture. Captain John P. Cromwell chose to go down with the ship, earning himself the Medal of Honor.
SS-192Squalus/SailfishSunk in accident 23 May 1939. Raised, repaired and re-commissioned as USS Sailfish on 15 May 1940. Sank Japanese aircraft carrier Chuyo 3 Dec 1943 which was carrying survivors of Sculpin(SS-191).
SS-193SwordfishSunk by Japanese ships 12 Jan 1945.
SS-194Seadragon
SS-195SealionDestroyed by Japanese aircraft 10 Dec 1941. First US submarine lost in World War II.
SS-196Searaven
SS-197SeawolfAccidentally sunk by US Navy destroyer escort 3 Oct 1944.
SS-198Tambor
SS-199TautogHighest scoring US submarine of World War II.
SS-200Thresher
SS-201TritonSunk 15 April 1943 by Japanese destroyers.
SS-202TroutLost around 29 Feb 1944, possibly mine.
SS-203Tuna
SS-204Mackerel
SS-205Marlin
SS-206Gar
SS-207GrampusSunk by Japanese destroyers 5 Mar 1943.
SS-208GraybackSunk by Japanese aircraft 26 Feb 1944.
SS-209GraylingSunk by Japanese freighter 9 Sep 1943.
SS-210GrenadierSunk by Japanese aircraft 22 Apr 1943.
SS-211GudgeonProbably sunk by Japanese on 18 Apr 1944.
SS-212Gato
SS-213Greenling
SS-214Grouper
SS-215GrowlerSunk by Japanese ships 8 Nov 1944.
SS-216GrunionSunk 30 Jul 1942, cause unknown.
SS-217Guardfish
SS-218AlbacoreBest known for sinking Japanese aircraft carrier Taiho with one torpedo. Sunk by mine 7 Nov 1944.
SS-219AmberjackSunk by Japanese ships on 16 Feb 1943.
SS-220BarbOnly known sub to launch a land attack on Japan on 12th patrol June 1945.
SS-221Blackfish
SS-222Bluefish
SS-223BonefishSunk 18 June 1945 by Japanese vessels
SS-224CodMuseum ship in Cleveland, OH.
SS-225Cero
SS-226CorvinaSunk by Japanese submarine 16 Nov 1943.
SS-227DarterGrounded on 24 Oct 1944. Destroyed to prevent capture.
SS-228DrumCurrently museum ship in Mobile, AL.
SS-229Flying Fish
SS-230Finback
SS-231Haddock
SS-232Halibut
SS-233HerringSunk 1 June 1944 by shore battery.
SS-234Kingfish
SS-235Shad
SS-236SilversidesTop scoring surviving U.S. submarine of WWII. Currently resides in Muskegon, MI at the Great Lakes Naval Memorial & Museum.
SS-237TriggerSunk 27 March 1945 by Japanese ships.
SS-238WahooSunk by Japanese ships and aircraft 11 Oct 1943.
SS-239Whale
SS-240Angler
SS-241Bashaw
SS-242Bluegill
SS-243Bream
SS-244CavallaBest known for sinking Japanese carrier Shokaku. Museum ship in Galveston, Texas.
SS-245CobiaMuseum ship in Manitiwoc, WI.
SS-246CroakerMuseum ship in Buffalo, NY.
SS-247Dace
SS-248DoradoAccidentally sunk by US aircraft 12 Oct 1943.
SS-249FlasherCredited with over 100,000 tons of Japanese shipping sunk in WWII.
SS-250FlierSunk 13 Aug 1944 by mine. 8 Survivors
SS-251Flounder
SS-252Gabilan
SS-253Gunnel
SS-254Gurnard
SS-255Haddo
SS-256Hake
SS-257HarderSunk by Japanese ships 24 August 1944.
SS-258Hoe
SS-259Jack
SS-260Lapon
SS-261Mingo
SS-262Muskallunge
SS-263Paddle
SS-264Pargo
SS-265Peto
SS-266Pogy
SS-267Pompon
SS-268Puffer
SS-269Rasher
SS-270Raton
SS-271Ray
SS-272Redfin
SS-273RobaloSunk by mine 26 Jul 1944.
SS-274Rock
SS-275RunnerMissing and presumed lost Jun 1943.
SS-276Sawfish
SS-277ScampSunk by Japanese ship 6 Nov 1944.
SS-278ScorpionProbably sunk by mine 1944.
SS-279SnookSunk April 1945, cause unknown.
SS-280Steelhead
SS-281Sunfish
SS-282TunnyConverted to Regulus missile submarine
SS-283Tinosa
SS-284TullibeeSunk by own torpedo 24 March 1944.
SS-285Balao
SS-286Billfish
SS-287BowfinMuseum ship, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, Honolulu, Hawaii
SS-288Cabrilla
SS-289CapelinMissing and presumed lost Dec 1943.
SS-290CiscoSunk by Japanese ships and aircraft 28 Sep 1943.
SS-291Crevalle
SS-292Devilfish
SS-293Dragonet
SS-294EscolarSunk by mine Oct 1944.
SS-295Hackleback
SS-296LancetfishCommissioned 12 Feb 1945. Sunk at pier 15 Mar 1945. Decommissioned 24 Mar 1945. Not repaired. Stricken 9 June 1958. Never went to sea.
SS-297LingMuseum ship, New Jersey Naval Museum — Hackensack, New Jersey
SS-298LionfishMuseum ship, Battleship Cove Museum, Fall River, Massachusetts
SS-299Manta
SS-300Moray
SS-301Roncador
SS-302Sabalo
SS-303Sablefish
SS-304Seahorse
SS-305Skate
SS-306TangSecond highest scoring US submarine of World War II. Sunk by circular run of own torpedo on 24 Oct 1944.
SS-307Tilefish
SS-308Apogon
SS-309Aspro
SS-310BatfishMuseum ship, War Memorial Park, Muskogee, Oklahoma
SS-311ArcherfishBest known for sinking the Japanese carrier Shinano, in November 1944,
SS-312Burrfish
SS-313Perch
SS-314SharkLost 24 Oct 1944.
SS-315Sealion
SS-316BarbelSunk 4 Feb 1945 by Japanese aircraft.
SS-317BarberoConverted to Regulus missile submarine
SS-318Baya
SS-319BecunaMuseum ship, Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
SS-320Bergall
SS-321Besugo
SS-322Blackfin
SS-323Caiman
SS-324Blenny
SS-325Blower
SS-326Blueback
SS-327Boarfish
SS-328Charr
SS-329Chub
SS-330Brill
SS-331Bugara
SS-332BullheadLost 6 Aug 1945. Last U.S. Sub loss of WWII.
SS-333Bumper
SS-334Cabezon
SS-335Dentuda
SS-336Capitaine
SS-337Carbonero
SS-338Carp
SS-339Catfish
SS-340Entemedor
SS-341Chivo
SS-342Chopper
SS-343ClamagoreMuseum ship, Patriots Point Maritime Museum, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina
SS-344Cobbler
SS-345CochinoLost 26 Aug 1949 by fire and electrical failure.
SS-346Corporal
SS-347Cubera
SS-348Cusk
SS-349Diodon
SS-350Dogfish
SS-351Greenfish
SS-352Halfbeak
SS-353Dugongcancelled
SS-354Eelcancelled
SS-355Espadacancelled
SS-356Jawfishcancelled
SS-357Onocancelled
SS-358Garlopacancelled
SS-359Garrupacancelled
SS-360Goldringcancelled
SS-361GoletLost 14 Jun 1944 by Japanese vessels.
SS-362Guavina
SS-363Guitarro
SS-364Hammerhead
SS-365Hardhead
SS-366Hawkbill
SS-367Icefish
SS-368Jallao
SS-369KeteLost Mar 1945, cause unknown.
SS-370Kraken
SS-371LagartoSunk 4 May 1945 by Japanese ships.
SS-372Lamprey
SS-373Lizardfish
SS-374Loggerhead
SS-375Macabi
SS-376Mapiro
SS-377Menhaden
SS-378Mero
SS-379Needlefishcancelled
SS-380Nerkacancelled
SS-381Sand Lance
SS-382Picuda
SS-383PampanitoMuseum ship, S. F. Maritime National Park, San Francisco, California
SS-384Parche
SS-385Bang
SS-386Pilotfish
SS-387Pintado
SS-388Pipefish
SS-389Piranha
SS-390Plaice
SS-391Pomfret
SS-392Sterlet
SS-393Queenfish
SS-394RazorbackMuseum ship, Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, North Little Rock, Arkansas
SS-395Redfish
SS-396Ronquil
SS-397Scabbardfish
SS-398Segundo
SS-399Sea Cat
SS-400Sea Devil
SS-401Sea Dog
SS-402Sea Fox
SS-403Atule
SS-404Spikefish
SS-405Sea OwlConverted to SSK in 1963.
SS-406Sea Poacher
SS-407Sea Robin
SS-408Sennet
SS-409Piper
SS-410Threadfin
SS-411Spadefish
SS-412Trepang
SS-413Spot
SS-414Springer
SS-415SticklebackLost 29 May 1958.
SS-416Tiru
SS-417TenchSold to Peru for spares, 16 September 1976.
SS-418ThornbackTransferred to Turkey on 1 July 1971.
SS-419TigroneRescued over 30 downed aviators during World War II. Re-designated as SSR-419 in 1948 and as AGSS-419 in 1963. Used to evaluate experimental sonar systems. Last submarine which served in World War II in service in the U.S. Navy.
SS-420Tirante
SS-421TruttaTransferred to Turkey on 1 July 1972.
SS-422Toro
SS-423TorskMuseum ship, Baltimore Maritime Museum, Baltimore, Maryland
SS-424Quillback
SS-425TrumpetfishTransferred to Brazil on 15 October 1973.
SS-426TuskTransferred to Republic of China on 18 October 1973.
SS-427TurbotLaunched but not completed
SS-428UluaLaunched but not completed
SS-429Unicorncancelled
SS-430Vendacecancelled
SS-431Walruscancelled
SS-432Whitefishcancelled
SS-433Whitingcancelled
SS-434Wolffishcancelled
SS-435Corsair
SS-436UnicornLaunched but not completed.
SS-437WalrusLaunched but not completed.
438 to 474cancelled
SS-475ArgonautTransferred to Canada on 2 December 1968.
SS-476Runner
SS-477Conger
SS-478CutlassTransferred to Republic of China on 15 April 1973.
SS-479DiabloTransferred to Pakistan on 1 June 1974.
SS-480MedregalConverted to SSR in Jan 1948.
SS-481RequinMuseum ship, Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
SS-482Irex
SS-483Sea LeopardTransferred to Brazil on 27 March 1973.
SS-484OdaxTransferred to Brazil on 8 July 1972.
SS-485Sirago
SS-486Pomodon
SS-487RemoraTransferred to Greece on 29 October 1973.
SS-488Sarda
SS/SSR-489Spinax
SS-490VoladorLast fleet submarine to be launched on 17 Jan 1946. Transferred to Italy on 18 August 1972.
SS-491Pompanocancelled
SS-492Graylingcancelled
SS-493Needlefishcancelled
SS-494Sculpincancelled
SS-495 to SS-521cancelled
SS-522Amberjack
SS-523Grampus
SS-524Pickerel
SS-525GrenadierLast fleet submarine to be commissioned on 10 Feb 1951.
SS-526Doradocancelled
SS-527Combercancelled
SS-528Sea Panthercancelled
SS-529Tiburoncancelled
SS-530 to SS-549cancelled
SS-550BarracudaAlso designated as SSK-1 and SST-3.
SS-551BassAlso designated as SSK-2.
SS-552BonitaAlso designated as SSK-3.
SS-553Kinnoffshore procurement of KNM Kinn (S316)
SS-554Springerenoffshore procurement of HDMS Springeren (S329)
AGSS-555DolphinResearch submarine. Last conventionally powered submarine in service with the US Navy. Museum ship, Maritime Museum of San Diego, San Diego, California
SS-556offshore procurement for Norway
SS-557 to SS-562cancelled
SS-563Tang
SS-564Trigger
SS-565Wahoo
SS-566Trout
SS-567Gudgeon
SS-568Harder
AGSS-569AlbacoreExperimental prototype with teardrop hull. Museum ship, Albacore Park and Museum, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
AGSS-570Mackerelcompleted as SST-1
SSN-571NautilusFirst nuclear powered submarine. First submarine to travel under the North Pole. Museum ship, U.S. Navy Submarine Force Museum, Groton, Connecticut
SSR-572Sailfish
SSR-573Salmon
SSG-574GraybackConverted and re-designated as LPSS-574 (amphibious transport submarine) on 30 Aug 1968.
SSN-575Seawolf
SS-576Darter
SSG-577GrowlerMuseum ship, Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, New York
SSN-578SkateFirst submarine to surface at the North Pole.
SSN-579Swordfish
SS-580BarbelFirst diesel powered attack submarine with a teardrop hull.
SS-581BluebackLast conventionally powered attack submarine in service with the US Navy. Museum ship, OMSI Museum, Portland, Oregon
SS-582BonefishLast conventionally powered submarine built for the US Navy. Laid after Blueback but launched and commissioned before
SSN-583Sargo
SSN-584SeadragonFirst submarine to complete a submerged circumnavigation of the Northwest Passage.
SSN-585SkipjackFirst nuclear powered submarine with a teardrop hull.
SSRN-586TritonFirst submarine to complete a submerged circumnavigation of the globe, and the only Western submarine powered by two nuclear reactors.
SSGN-587HalibutFirst and only American nuclear powered submarine designed and built as a guided missile submarine.
SSN-588Scamp
SSN-589ScorpionLost in accident 22 May 1968.
SSN-590Sculpin
SSN-591Shark
SSN-592Snook
SSN-593ThresherLost in accident 10 Apr 1963.
SSN-594Permit
SSN-595Plunger
SSN-596Barb
SSN-597TullibeeFirst quiet nuclear submarine with turbo electric drive. First integrated sonar suite, including both a low-frequency passive array, for long range detection, and a spherical array, for approach and attack (AN/BQQ Series Sonar). First submarine specifically designed as an ASW (Anti-Submarine Warfare) weapon. First submarine with torpedo tubes amidships.
SSBN-598George WashingtonFirst nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine.
SSBN-599Patrick Henry
SSBN-600Theodore Roosevelt
SSBN-601Robert E. Lee
SSBN-602Abraham Lincoln
SSN-603Pollack
SSN-604Haddo
SSN-605Jack
SSN-606Tinosa
SSN-607Dace
SSBN-608Ethan Allen
SSBN-609Sam Houston
SSBN-610Thomas A. Edison
SSBN-611John Marshall
SSN-612Guardfish
SSN-613Flasher
SSN-614Greenling
SSN-615Gato
SSBN-616Lafayette
SSBN-617Alexander Hamilton
SSBN-618Thomas Jefferson
SSBN-619Andrew Jackson
SSBN-620John Adams
SSN-621Haddock
SSBN-622James Monroe
SSBN-623Nathan Hale
SSBN-624Woodrow Wilson
SSBN-625Henry Clay
SSBN-626Daniel WebsterDecommissioned on 30 August 1990 and reclassified a moored training ship (S5W Prototype facility) with hull number MTS-626.
SSBN-627James Madison
SSBN-628Tecumseh
SSBN-629Daniel Boone
SSBN-630John C. Calhoun
SSBN-631Ulysses S. Grant
SSBN-632Von Steuben
SSBN-633Casimir Pulaski
SSBN-634Stonewall Jackson
SSBN-635Sam RayburnDecommissioned on 31 July 1989 and reclassified a moored training ship (S5W Prototype facility) with hull number MTS-635.
SSBN-636Nathanael Greene
SSN-637Sturgeon
SSN-638Whale
SSN-639Tautog
SSBN-640Benjamin Franklin
SSBN-641Simon Bolivar
SSBN-642KamehamehaWas in active service for 36 years, 4 months. Built as a SSBN but converted to a SSN from 24 September 1992 to 23 Jul 1993[1]
SSBN-643George Bancroft
SSBN-644Lewis and Clark
SSBN-645James K. PolkBuilt as a SSBN but converted to a s SSN in August 1994. [2] The "Jimmy P's" sail is now on display at the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque, NM.
SSN-646Grayling
SSN-647Pogy
SSN-648Aspro
SSN-649Sunfish
SSN-650Pargo
SSN-651Queenfish
SSN-652Puffer
SSN-653Ray
SSBN-654George C. Marshall
SSBN-655Henry L. Stimson
SSBN-656George Washington Carver
SSBN-657Francis Scott Key
SSBN-658Mariano G. Vallejo
SSBN-659Will Rogers
SSN-660Sand Lance
SSN-661Lapon
SSN-662Gurnard
SSN-663Hammerhead
SSN-664Sea Devil
SSN-665Guitarro
SSN-666Hawkbill
SSN-667Bergall
SSN-668Spadefish
SSN-669Seahorse
SSN-670Finback
SSN-671NarwhalFirst submarine constructed with a natural circulation reactor.
SSN-672Pintado
SSN-673Flying Fish
SSN-674Trepang
SSN-675Bluefish
SSN-676Billfish
SSN-677DrumThe sail is currently on display at U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois
SSN-678Archerfish
SSN-679Silversides
SSN-680William H. Bates
SSN-681Batfish
SSN-682Tunny
SSN-683Parche
SSN-684CavallaLast U.S. Navy submarine to be named after a fish.
SSN-685Glenard P. LipscombThe Navy's second submarine design using turbo-electric transmission.
SSN-686L. Mendel Rivers
SSN-687Richard B. Russell
SSN-688Los AngelesLead ship of the Los Angeles class. Was active for 34 years, 3 months.
SSN-689Baton Rouge
SSN-690Philadelphia
SSN-691Memphis
SSN-692Omaha
SSN-693Cincinnati
SSN-694Groton
SSN-695Birmingham
SSN-696New York City
SSN-697Indianapolis
SSN-698Bremerton
SSN-699Jacksonville
SSN-700Dallas
SSN-701La Jolla
SSN-702Phoenix
SSN-703Boston
SSN-704BaltimoreYoungest Los Angeles-Class to be decommissioned. Was active for two weeks less than 16 years.
SSN-705City of Corpus Christi
SSN-706Albuquerque
SSN-707Portsmouth
SSN-708Minneapolis-Saint Paul
SSN-709Hyman G. Rickover
SSN-710Augusta
SSN-711San Francisco
SSN-712Atlanta
SSN-713Houston
SSN-714Norfolk
SSN-715Buffalo
SSN-716Salt Lake City
SSN-717Olympia
SSN-718Honolulu
SSN-719ProvidenceOldest American nuclear submarine still in service.
SSN-720Pittsburgh
SSN-721Chicago
SSN-722Key West
SSN-723Oklahoma City
SSN-724Louisville
SSN-725Helena
SSGN-726OhioBuilt as an SSBN, but converted to an SSGN from November 2003 to December 2005[3] in accordance with START II.
SSGN-727MichiganBuilt as an SSBN, but converted to an SSGN from April 2004 to April 2006[3] in accordance with START II.
SSGN-728FloridaBuilt as an SSBN, but converted to an SSGN from January 2005 to December 2006[3] in accordance with START II.
SSGN-729GeorgiaBuilt as an SSBN, but converted to an SSGN from October 2005 to September 2007[3] in accordance with START II.
SSBN-730Henry M. Jackson
SSBN-731Alabama
SSBN-732Alaska
SSBN-733Nevada
SSBN-734Tennessee
SSBN-735Pennsylvania
SSBN-736West Virginia
SSBN-737Kentucky
SSBN-738Maryland
SSBN-739Nebraska
SSBN-740Rhode Island
SSBN-741Maine
SSBN-742Wyoming
SSBN-743Louisiana
744 to 749unassigned
SSN-750Newport News
SSN-751San Juan
SSN-752Pasadena
SSN-753Albany
SSN-754Topeka
SSN-755Miami
SSN-756Scranton
SSN-757Alexandria
SSN-758Asheville
SSN-759Jefferson City
SSN-760Annapolis
SSN-761Springfield
SSN-762Columbus
SSN-763Santa Fe
SSN-764Boise
SSN-765Montpelier
SSN-766Charlotte
SSN-767Hampton
SSN-768Hartford
SSN-769Toledo
SSN-770Tucson
SSN-771Columbia
SSN-772Greeneville
SSN-773Cheyenne
SSN-774Virginia
SSN-775Texas
SSN-776Hawaii
SSN-777North Carolina
SSN-778New Hampshire
SSN-779New Mexico
SSN-780Missouri
SSN-781California
SSN-782Mississippi
SSN-783Minnesota
SSN-784North Dakota
SSN-785John Warner
SSN-786Illinois
SSN-787Washington
SSN-788Colorado
SSN-789Indiana
SSN-790South Dakota
SSN-791Delaware
SSN-792Vermont[4]
SSN-793Oregon
SSN-794Montana
SSN-795Hyman G. Rickover
SSN-796New Jersey
SSN-797Iowa
SSN-798Massachusetts
SSN-799Idaho
SSN-800Arkansas
SSN-801Utah
802-825Currently unassigned
SSBN-826Columbia
827-837Currently unassigned, but expected to be assigned to subsequent Columbia-class boats
SST-1 (AGSS-570)Mackerel
SST-2MarlinMuseum Ship, Freedom Park, Omaha, Nebraska
SS X-1X-1Experimental midget submarine.
NR-1NR-1Nuclear powered research submarine.
SM U-111U-111captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM U-117U-117captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM U-140U-140captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM UB-88UB-88captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM UB-148UB-148captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM UC-97UC-97captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
U-2513U-2513captured World War II U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
U-3008U-3008captured World War II U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes

Note

  • The Virginia-class boats are the newest class of attack submarines.
  • The Columbia class will be the next class of ballistic missile submarines.

See also

References

  1. "Kamehameha (SSBN-642) (SSN-642)". Navsource Online. Archived from the original on 2015-08-12. Retrieved 2015-08-03.
  2. "James K. Polk (SSBN-645) (SSN-645)". Navsource Online. Archived from the original on 2015-04-18. Retrieved 2015-08-03.
  3. "SSGN: A Transformational Force for the U.S. Navy". Commander, Submarine Force Atlantic. Archived from the original on 2015-11-26.
  4. "SECNAV Names Virginia-class Submarine, USS Vermont". Navy News Service. 18 September 2014. NNS140918-07. Archived from the original on 24 September 2014. Retrieved 18 September 2014.
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