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US Navy Comments on USS Connecticut Submarine

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The USS Connecticut (SSN 22) is the second of three Nuclear attack Sea Wolf-Class submarine In the US Navy, this submarine class is very rare, Sea Wolf-The class has more displacement and doubles the number of torpedo tubes (8 to 4) than the new class. Virginia-Class nuclear attack submarine.The USS Jimmy Carter (SSN 23) Equipped with a 100-foot (30-meter) multi-mission platform hull insert, it is ready to perform special operations missions. Sea Wolf-Class and US Navy submarine fleet.

Navy news We inquired about the damage to the SSN22 suffered, the estimated repair cost, the estimated time to repair it completely, the number of contractors involved, and whether other upgrades will be performed in the dry dock SSN22.

NAVSEA replied to Navy news On July 1, 2022 in the following statement.

“USS Connecticut (SSN 22) completed a short dock at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility earlier this year to thoroughly assess the damage inflicted when landing on October 2, 2021. Shipyard personnel have recorded damage. Located at the bottom of the ship’s nose and steering wheel. This assessment confirms that the ship can be fully restored for unlimited operation.

Damage will be repaired during selected limited availability of extended docking scheduled for February 2023. Availability planning is in progress. The Navy has not yet determined if a longer dry dock period is needed to complete the repair. The cost to repair the damage has been calculated. “


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The damage caused by the USS Connecticut (SSN 22) collision with the seamount is externally limited to the bow area and the lower rudder compared to this figure of the USS Seawolf (SSN 21).Graphics: HI Sutton Covert Shores

U.S. Navy politiciant Regarding the grounding of USS Connecticut.

Webcam photo USS Connecticut After passing through the Pacific Ocean from Guam, dragging into the port of San Diego, you can clearly see that the bow has been sheared. This allows you to see the entire sonar dome, which may be somewhere at the bottom of the South China Sea.

July 1st of NAVSEAst The statement confirms that the US Navy is confident that the damage to SSN 22 can be completely repaired and that attack submarines can return to the submarine fleet in the future. USS Connecticut The voyage day is over because the damage is irreparable. NAVSEA also confirmed that the lower part of the rudder was also damaged and provided a time for SSN22 to undergo major repairs.

The reason for the February 2023 repair date for SSN 22 is unknown, but according to the Office of Management and Budget (CBO). The US Navy has a backlog of submarine fleet repairs. The 2023 schedule does not seem to provide a monetary amount from NAVSEA as it apparently postpones the estimated cost of repairs to next year.

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