ⓘ Submarine Squadron 17

Submarine Squadron 17

ⓘ Submarine Squadron 17

Submarine Squadron 17 is a squadron of submarines of the United States Navy based in Bangor, Washington under the command of Captain Mark D. Behning. The submarines that make up SUBRON 17 include:

  • USS Maine SSBN-741. (Усс Мейн ПЛАРБ-741)
  • USS Pennsylvania SSBN-735. (USS Пенсильвании ПЛАРБ-735)
  • USS Kentucky SSBN-737. (Усс Кентукки ПЛАРБ-737)
  • USS Nevada SSBN-733. (Усс Невада ПЛАРБ-733)
  • USS Henry M. Jackson SSBN-730.
  • USS Nebraska SSBN-739. (Усс Небраска ПЛАРБ-739)
  • USS Alabama SSBN-731. (Алабама ПЛАРБ-731)
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