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USS Bremerton (SSN-698)

For other ships of the same name, see USS Bremerton.
USS Bremerton (SSN-698)

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USS Bremerton (SSN-698), a Los Angeles-class submarine, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Bremerton, Washington. The contract to build her was awarded to the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics Corporation in Groton, Connecticut on 24 January 1972 and her keel was laid down on 8 May 1976. She was launched on 22 July 1978 sponsored by Mrs. Henry M. Jackson, and commissioned on 28 March 1981 with Captain Thomas H. Anderson in command.

On 11 March 1999, Bremerton used one torpedo to sink the derelict forebody of the merchant ship New Carissa off the Oregon coast. The USS David R. Ray also participated in the sinking.[1]

After a successful Western Pacific deployment, in September 2003 Bremerton changed its homeport to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Bremerton spent two months in drydock at Pearl Harbor ending 21 January 2010.[2]

When USS Los Angeles (SSN-688) was decommissioned on 23 January 2010, Bremerton became the oldest commissioned submarine in the US fleet. On that day, Richard O'Kane's cribbage board was transferred from Los Angeles to Bremerton, a tradition that dates back to World War II.[3]

In January 2011, Bremerton was adopted by its namesake City, along with a partnership of community members and organizations led by the Bremerton-Olympic Peninsula Council of the US Navy League[1]. In February 2015, Bremerton visited the City of Bremerton[2] and its crew participated in multiple community and private events during its six-day port visit[3].

The USS Bremerton is deployed with COMSUBPAC USS BREMERTON (SSN 698) COMSUBPAC

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USS BREMERTON (SSN 698) COMSUBPAC

This article includes information collected from the Naval Vessel Register as well as various press releases and news stories.

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