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Honolulu SSN-718 welcomed by Polar bears to Arctic

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Postby Dolphin » Tue Jan 13, 2004 3:41 am


Go to US Navy web page. - Current pictures - Type search 'SSN'
031000-N-XXXXB-004 Arctic Circle (Oct. 2003) -- The Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine USS Honolulu (SSN 718) sits surfaced 280 miles from the North Pole at sunset. Commanded by Cmdr. Charles Harris, USS Honolulu while conducting otherwise classified operations in the Arctic, collected scientific data and water samples for U.S. and Canadian Universities as part of an agreement with the Artic Submarine Laboratory (ASL) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). USS Honolulu is the 24th Los Angeles-class submarine, and the first original design (Flight 1- sail planes) in her class to visit the North Pole region. Honolulu is as assigned to Commander Submarine Pacific, Submarine Squadron Three, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. U. S. Navy photo by Chief Yeoman Alphonso Braggs. (RELEASED)

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