submarine base


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submarine base

A base providing logistic support for submarines.
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Navy sailors based at Naval Submarine base Kings bay in Georgia, after it was suspected the two died of apparent drug overdose at the same home four days apart last week, the U.
The US Navy's submarine base in Groton, CT, is set to have long-term energy supplied by two power plants from FuelCell Energy.
It took Dunoon a long time to recover from losing the American Polaris submarine base.
5 million) refurbishing its nuclear submarine base in Scotland over the next 10 years, finance minister George Osborne said on Monday, according to Reuters.
BRITAIN'S nuclear submarine base is to have a PS500billion upgrade creating thousands of jobs.
Jackson (SSBN 73); Submarine Base Bangor, Bangor, Washington; and USS Savannah (AOR 4).
Last year, in my capacity of contact for the Cleveland and Teesside Local History Society, I met Stephen Fisk from Wales, who was researching a First World War submarine base at Teesport.
The US Navy has awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat a USD15m contract modification to perform non-nuclear maintenance work for submarines homeported at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton.
In signing the ROD, the EPA has formally accepted the Navy's cleanup plan to address contamination at the submarine base.
for the Army award; Navy Federal Credit Unions branch at Naval Submarine Base, New London, Conn.
NSSF provides direct maintenance, repair, and upkeep support to the 21 nuclear attack submarines that operate out of the Naval Submarine Base, the largest submarine base in the world.
Speaking to AMs in the Welsh Assembly, Mr Jones said: "I did notice the Scottish Government no longer wishes to have the nuclear submarine base at Faslane.

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