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Trident Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarines
Model featured: SSBN-733 USS Nevada circa 2006
Ohio Class submarines, specifically designed for extended deterrent patrols, increase the time in port for crew turnover and replenishment with three large logistics hatches that permit rapid re-supply and repair. A combat cycle includes a 70-day patrol and a 25-day period to transfer the sub over to the relieving crews.
Like all submarines in use by the US Navy today, the Ohio Class submarines are powered by a pressurized water S8G nuclear reactor driving steam turbines to a single propeller shaft having 60,000 hp. The nuclear core is reloaded every 9 years, although the class is designed to operate for 20 years between overhauls.
The first four Ohio Class submarines are undergoing conversion to SSGN (conventionally armed nuclear-powered submarines) with further capacity to support and transport Navy special operations forces.
SSNB-733 USS Nevada was the 8th submarine in the Ohio Class. Commissioned on August 16th, 1986, Nevada is homeported at Bangor, Washington.
Ohio Class Boats
◊ - denotes ship was converted to SSGN
|SSBN-726 USS Ohio ◊||11 Nov 1981||Bangor, WA|
|SSBN-727 USS Michigan ◊||11 Sep 1982||Bangor, WA|
|SSBN-728 USS Florida ◊||18 Jun 1983||Bangor, WA|
|SSBN-729 USS Georgia ◊||11 Feb 1984||Bangor, WA|
|SSBN-730 USS Henry M Jackson||06 Oct 1984||Bangor, WA|
|SSBN-731 USS Alabama||25 May 1985||Bangor, WA|
|SSBN-732 USS Alaska||25Jan 1986||Bangor, WA|
|SSBN-733 USS Nevada||16 Aug 1986||Bangor, WA|
|SSBN-734 USS Tennessee||17 Dec 1988||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-735 USS Pennsylvania||09 Sep 1989||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-736 USS West Virginia||20 Oct 1990||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-737 USS Kentucky||13 Jul 1991||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-738 USS Maryland||13 Jun 1992||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-739 USS Nebraska||10 Jul 1993||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-740 USS Rhode Island||9 Jul 1994||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-741 USS Maine||29 Jul 1995||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-742 USS Wyoming||13 Jul 1996||Kings Bay, Georgia|
|SSBN-743 USS Louisiana||06 Sep 1997||Kings Bay, Georgia|
Museum quality display models of American USN fleet ballistic
missile (FBM) submarines custom built and hand crafted from mahogany wood.
Every sub model is meticulously researched in the initial construction phase to fit your chosen circa and lovingly handcrafted to become a timeless work of art.
The full line of SSBN missile submarines includes George Washington class, Ethan Allen class, Lafayette class, Benjamin Franklin class, and Ohio class. We have plans for all.
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