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31Title:  Brass pipe recovered from wreckage of USS Thresher Add
 Summary:  Photograph of a brass pipe recovered from the wreckage of the USS Thresher in 1963. The pipe was recovered by the bathyscaph Trieste, and it has the information "593 Boat" etched on the pipe. The Thresher was lost on 10 April 1963, with the loss of 129 crewmen and civilian workers. A court of inquiry determined that the most probable cause of the Thresher's loss was a seawater leak that led to a loss of electrical and propulsion power. 
 Source:  http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-t/ssn593-k.htm 
 Reference:  Polmar, Norman. The Death of the USS Thresher. Guilford, Conn: Lyons Press, 2004, pages 91-114. 
 Date:   1963 
 Subject(s):  S5W | USS Thresher (SSN-593) | Naval Reactors 
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32Title:  USS George Washington Carver - Benjamin Franklin-class ballistic missile submarine Add
 Summary:  The USS George Washington Carver (SSBN-656) underway. She was later converted to an attack submarine and redesignated SSN-656. 
 Source:  http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-g/ssbn656.htm 
 Date:  circa 1966 
 Subject(s):  S5W | USS George Washington Carver (SSBN-656) | Naval Reactors 
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33Title:  The USS Providence surfaces at the North Pole Add
 Summary:  The USS Providence (SSN-719), a Los Angeles-class submarine, surfaces at the North Pole to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the USS Nautilus' submerged polar transit. 
 Source:  http://www.ctf74.navy.mil/news/2008/07/18.htm 
 Date:  01 July 2008 
 Subject(s):  S6G | USS Providence (SSN-719) | Naval Reactors 
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34Title:  The USS Skipjack, first submarine driven by S5W plant Add
 Summary:  The USS Skipjack, the first boat on which the S5W reactor was installed. The S5W core was designed by Westinghouse's Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory. Unlike the S2W plant installed in the Nautilus, the S5W was designed and built without the benefit of a land-based prototype. The most significant improvements in the S5W design, relative to earlier Bettis-designed reactors, involved "the reactor core, including the fuel assemblies and the control rods" (282). These components could be tested at the Bettis laboratory without a full-scale prototype being constructed. The S5W, the submarine fleet reactor, was used to power nearly 100 fast attack and ballistic missile boats. 
 Source:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Skipjack_%28SSN-585%29 
 Reference:  Hewlett, Richard G., and Francis Duncan. Nuclear Navy, 1946-1962. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1974, pages 278-282. 
 Date:   unknown  
 Subject(s):  S5W | USS Skipjack (SSN-585) | Naval Reactors 
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35Title:  The USS Long Beach firing its missiles Add
 Summary:  The USS Long Beach, the first nuclear-powered surface ship, shown firing her missiles in 1961. The cruiser carried Talos and Terrier surface-to-air missiles for defensive support, and Regulus surface-to-surface missiles, capable of strking targets hundreds of miles away. 
 Source:  http://www.navy.mil/navydata/navy_legacy_hr.asp?id=138 
 Date:   1961 
 Subject(s):  C1W | USS Long Beach (CGN-9) | Naval Reactors 
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36Title:  USS Connecticut, Seawolf-class submarine Add
 Summary:  The USS Connecticut (SSN-22) underway in the Indian Ocean. The Connecticut is a Seawolf-class (successor to the Los Angeles class) submarine. She was built by General Dynamics Electric Boat and is powered by an S6W reactor. 
 Source:  http://www.navy.mil/view_single.asp?id=78679 
 Date:  17 November 2009 
 Subject(s):  S6W | USS Connecticut (SSN-22) | Naval Reactors 
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37Title:  The USS Nautilus after her successful polar voyage Add
 Summary:  The USS Nautilus enters New York harbor following her successful voyage under the North Pole. The Nautilus was the first submarine to reach the North Pole, sailing under the pole on 3 August 1958. 
 Source:  http://www.history.navy.mil/Special%20Highlights/Nautilus/nautilus1.htm 
 Reference:  Anderson, William R., and Don Keith. The Ice Diaries: The Untold Story of the Cold War's Most Daring Mission. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2008, pages 280-332. 
 Date:  25 August 1958 
 Subject(s):  S2W | USS Nautilus (SSN-571) | Naval Reactors 
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38Title:  View from the bridge prior to the Nautilus' submerged polar crossing Add
 Summary:  Nautilus Captain William Anderson (right) stands on the bridge prior to the submarine's historic voyage under the North Pole. 
 Source:  http://www.history.navy.mil/Special%20Highlights/Nautilus/nautilus2.htm 
 Reference:  Anderson, William R., and Don Keith. The Ice Diaries: The Untold Story of the Cold War's Most Daring Mission. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2008, pages 217-226. 
 Date:   1958 
 Subject(s):  S2W | USS Nautilus (SSN-571) | Naval Reactors 
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39Title:  Stern view of USS Nautilus Add
 Summary:  The USS Nautilus underway in Long Island Sound in May 1955, eight months after her commissioning. 
 Source:  http://www.history.navy.mil/Special%20Highlights/Nautilus/nautilus2.htm 
 Date:   1955 
 Subject(s):  S2W | USS Nautilus (SSN-571) | Naval Reactors 
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40Title:  USS Skate in the arctic region Add
 Summary:  The USS Skate surfaces in the arctic region. The Skate was powered by the S3W reactor, a successor to the S1W/S2W plants that was built withoutthe construction of a prototype. She traveled under the North Pole in August 1958, just eight days after the Nautilus' historic polar crossing. The Skate was built with a strengthened sail structure and improved fathometer equipment (compared with Nautilus) in order to improve the sub's ability to operate in the polar region. In March 1959, she conducted winter polar operations and surfaced near the North Pole. 
 Source:  http://www.navsource.org/archives/08/08578.htm 
 Reference:  Rockwell, Theodore. The Rickover Effect: How One Man Made a Difference. Lincoln, NE: IUniverse, 2002, pages 251-255. 
 Date:   1959 
 Subject(s):  S3W | USS Skate (SSN-578) | Naval Reactors 
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