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With a legacy that stretches back for more than a century, today's U.S. Submarine Force is the most capable in the world and defends the homeland through stealth, endurance, and deterrence.


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USS Greeneville Arrives at New Homeport of Naval Base Point Loma
May 20, 2024
240520-N-QG393-1033 SAN DIEGO (May 20, 2024) Sailors assigned to Commander Submarine Squadron 11 prepare to moor the Los-Angeles class fast-attack submarine USS Greeneville (SSN 772) as it arrives at its new homeport at Naval Base Point Loma following a 30 month Engineered Overhaul at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine. Greeneville will be joining the four submarines already assigned to Submarine Squadron 11. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tiarra N. Brown)

58th Submarine Talks in Busan, Jeju
May 9, 2024
BUSAN Rear Adm. Chris Cavanaugh, Commander, Submarine Group 7, left, and Rear Adm. Kang Jeong-ho, Commander, ROK Navy Submarine Force, pose with the signed memorandum at the conclusion of the 58th semiannual Submarine Warfare Committee Meeting (SWCM) in Busan, South Korea. SWCM meetings have been held twice per year by U.S. and ROK submarine forces since 1994. During the meetings, submarine force units discuss ways to deepen partnerships and improve combined interoperability. (Photo courtesy of ROK Public Affairs)

COMSUBPAC Holds Undersea Warfare Commanders’ Conference in Pearl Harbor
April 19, 2024
JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM (April 11, 2024) — Attendees of the Undersea Warfare Commanders’ Conference (USWCC) pose for a group photo on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, April 11, 2024. First held in 2018, this year’s theme was “Leveraging technology to integrate partners and improve communications, lethality and interchangeability.” (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Scott Barnes)

Patrol Squadron 4 Flies Task Force 72, Undersea Commanders
April 17, 2024
240417-N-NU510-1001 ATSUGI, Japan (April 17, 2024) Capt. Zachary “Stanger” Stang, commander, Task Force 72 (front row, left to right), Rear Adm. Chris Cavanaugh, commander, Submarine Group 7, and Japanese Maritime Self Defense Forces Vice Adm. Goka Yoshihiro, commander, Fleet Submarine Forces, stand with their staffs and crew from Patrol Squadron (VP) 4 in front of a P-8A Poseidon, April 17. VP-4 is based in Whidbey Island, Washington, and currently on a rotational deployment operating from multiple locations in Japan. The squadron conducts maritime patrol and reconnaissance as well as theater outreach operations, supporting Commander, Task Force 72, U.S. Seventh Fleet, and U.S. Indo-Pacific Command objectives throughout the Indo-Pacific region.(U.S. Navy photo Courtesy Asset)

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