List of Los Angeles-class submarines

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This is a complete list of Los Angeles-class submarines.

Summary by status[edit]

Status Count
Active, in commission 35
Converted to moored training ship (MTS) 2
Inactive or decommissioned 4
Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling 12
Disposed of by submarine recycling 9
Total 62

Submarines[edit]

Flight I[edit]

Name Hull number Builder Ordered Laid down Launched Commissioned Decommissioned Status NVR page
Los Angeles 688 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 8 January 1971 8 January 1972 6 April 1974 13 November 1976 4 February 2011 Disposed of by submarine recycling SSN688
Baton Rouge 689 18 November 1972 26 April 1975 25 June 1977 13 January 1995 Disposed of by submarine recycling SSN689
Philadelphia 690 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 12 August 1972 19 October 1974 25 June 1977 25 June 2010 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN690
Memphis 691 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 4 February 1971 23 June 1973 3 April 1976 17 December 1977 1 April 2011 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling[1] SSN691
Omaha 692 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 31 January 1971 27 January 1973 21 February 1976 11 March 1978 5 October 1995 Disposed of by submarine recycling[2] SSN692
Cincinnati 693 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 4 February 1971 6 April 1974 19 February 1977 11 March 1978 29 July 1996 Disposed of by submarine recycling[3] SSN693
Groton 694 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 31 January 1971 3 August 1973 9 October 1976 8 July 1978 7 November 1997 Disposed of by submarine recycling[4] SSN694
Birmingham 695 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 24 January 1972 26 April 1975 29 October 1977 16 December 1978 22 December 1997 Disposed of by submarine recycling SSN695
New York City 696 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 15 December 1973 18 June 1977 3 March 1979 30 April 1997 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN696
Indianapolis 697 19 October 1974 30 July 1977 5 January 1980 22 December 1998 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN697
Bremerton 698 8 May 1976 22 July 1978 28 March 1981 Active, scheduled to be decommissioned in 2019 SSN698
Jacksonville 699 21 February 1976 18 November 1978 16 May 1981 Active, scheduled to be decommissioned in 2018 SSN699
Dallas 700 31 January 1973 9 October 1976 28 April 1979 18 July 1981 Active, scheduled to be decommissioned in November 2017 SSN700
La Jolla 701 10 December 1973 16 October 1976 11 August 1979 24 October 1981 February 2015 Converted Moored training ship (MTS) for November 2017[5] SSN701
Phoenix 702 31 October 1973 30 July 1977 8 December 1979 19 December 1981 29 July 1998 Disposed of by submarine recycling SSN702
Boston 703 10 December 1973 11 August 1978 19 April 1980 30 January 1982 19 November 1999 Disposed of by submarine recycling SSN703
Baltimore 704 31 October 1973 21 May 1979 13 December 1980 24 July 1982 10 July 1998 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN704
City of Corpus Christi 705 4 September 1979 25 April 1981 8 January 1983 Inactive SSN705
Albuquerque 706 27 December 1979 13 March 1982 21 May 1983 27 February 2017 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN706
Portsmouth 707 10 December 1973 8 May 1980 18 September 1982 1 October 1983 10 September 2004 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN707
Minneapolis-Saint Paul 708 31 October 1973 20 January 1981 19 March 1983 10 March 1984 28 August 2008 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN708
Hyman G. Rickover
(ex-Providence)
709 10 December 1973 24 July 1981 27 August 1983 21 July 1984 14 December 2006 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN709
Augusta 710 1 April 1983 21 January 1984 19 January 1985 11 February 2009 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN710
San Francisco 711 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 1 August 1975 26 May 1977 27 October 1979 24 April 1981 11 May 2017 Converted to Moored Training Ship (MTS) SSN711
Atlanta 712 17 August 1978 16 August 1980 6 March 1982 16 December 1999 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN712
Houston 713 29 January 1979 21 March 1981 25 September 1982 26 August 2016 Inactive SSN713
Norfolk 714 20 February 1976 1 August 1979 31 October 1981 21 May 1983 11 December 2014 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN714
Buffalo 715 23 February 1976 25 January 1980 8 May 1982 5 November 1983 30 September 2017 Active, scheduled to be decommissioned in 2017 SSN715
Salt Lake City 716 15 September 1977 26 August 1980 16 October 1982 12 May 1984 15 January 2006 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN716
Olympia 717 31 March 1981 30 April 1983 17 November 1984 Active, scheduled to be decommissioned in 2018 SSN717
Honolulu 718 10 November 1981 24 September 1983 6 July 1985 2 November 2007 Disposed of by submarine recycling SSN718

(The Navy announced plans to decommission multiple boats in a Report to Congress for FY2015[6])

Flight II with VLS[edit]

Name Hull number Builder Ordered Laid down Launched Commissioned Decommissioned Status NVR page
Providence 719 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 16 April 1979 14 October 1982 4 August 1984 27 July 1985 Active, scheduled to be decommissioned in 2019 SSN719
Pittsburgh 720 15 April 1983 8 December 1984 23 November 1985 Active, scheduled to be decommissioned in 2019 SSN720
Chicago 721 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 13 August 1981 5 January 1983 13 October 1984 27 September 1986 Active, in commission SSN721
Key West 722 6 July 1983 20 July 1985 12 September 1987 Active, in commission SSN722
Oklahoma City 723 4 January 1984 2 November 1985 9 July 1988 Active, in commission SSN723
Louisville 724 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 11 February 1982 24 September 1984 14 December 1985 8 November 1986 Active, in commission SSN724
Helena 725 19 April 1982 28 March 1985 28 June 1986 11 July 1987 Active, in commission SSN725
Newport News 750* Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 3 March 1984 15 March 1986 3 June 1989 Active, in commission SSN750

*Hull numbers 726–743 were assigned to the Ohio-class submarines. Hull numbers 744–749 were not assigned.
(The Navy announced plans to decommission multiple boats in a Report to Congress for FY2015[7])

Flight III 688i (Improved)[edit]

Name Hull number Builder Ordered Laid down Launched Commissioned Decommissioned Status NVR page
San Juan 751 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 30 November 1982 9 August 1985 6 December 1986 6 August 1988 Active, in commission SSN751
Pasadena 752 20 December 1985 12 September 1987 11 February 1989 Active, in commission SSN752
Albany 753 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 29 November 1983 22 April 1985 13 June 1987 7 April 1990 Active, in commission SSN753
Topeka 754 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 28 November 1983 13 May 1986 23 January 1988 21 October 1989 Active, in commission SSN754
Miami 755 24 October 1986 12 November 1988 30 June 1990 28 March 2014 Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling SSN755
Scranton 756 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 26 November 1984 29 August 1986 3 July 1989 26 January 1991 Active, in commission SSN756
Alexandria 757 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 19 June 1987 23 June 1990 29 June 1991 Active, in commission SSN757
Asheville 758 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 9 January 1987 24 February 1990 28 September 1991 Active, in commission SSN758
Jefferson City 759 21 September 1987 17 August 1990 29 February 1992 Active, in commission SSN759
Annapolis 760 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 21 March 1986 15 June 1988 18 May 1991 11 April 1992 Active, in commission SSN760
Springfield 761 29 January 1990 4 January 1992 9 January 1993 Active, in commission SSN761
Columbus 762 9 January 1991 1 August 1992 24 July 1993 Active, in commission SSN762
Santa Fe 763 9 July 1991 12 December 1992 8 January 1994 Active, in commission SSN763
Boise 764 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 6 February 1987 25 August 1988 23 March 1991 7 November 1992 Active, in commission SSN764
Montpelier 765 19 May 1989 23 August 1991 13 March 1993 Active, in commission SSN765
Charlotte 766 17 August 1990 3 October 1992 16 September 1994 Active, in commission SSN766
Hampton 767 2 March 1990 3 April 1992 6 November 1993 Active, in commission SSN767
Hartford 768 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 30 June 1988 22 February 1992 4 December 1993 10 December 1994 Active, in commission SSN768
Toledo 769 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 10 June 1988 6 May 1991 28 August 1993 24 February 1995 Active, in commission SSN769
Tucson 770 15 August 1991 20 March 1994 18 August 1995 Active, in commission SSN770
Columbia 771 General Dynamics Electric Boat, Groton 14 December 1988 21 April 1993 24 September 1994 9 October 1995 Active, in commission SSN771
Greeneville 772 Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News 28 February 1992 17 September 1994 16 February 1996 Active, in commission SSN772
Cheyenne 773** 28 November 1989 6 July 1992 16 April 1995 13 September 1996 Active, in commission SSN773

**Last of the class; hull number 774 was the first Virginia-class submarine.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "USS Memphis to Decommission". Navy News Service. GlobalSecurity.org. Retrieved 2012-10-24. 
  2. ^ "U.S. NAVAL BATTLE FORCE CHANGES" (PDF). U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland. Retrieved 2011-05-20. 
  3. ^ "U.S. NAVAL BATTLE FORCE CHANGES" (PDF). U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland. Retrieved 2011-05-20. 
  4. ^ "U.S. NAVAL BATTLE FORCE CHANGES" (PDF). U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland. Retrieved 2011-05-20. 
  5. ^ http://news.usni.org/2015/03/25/attack-boat-la-jolla-arrives-at-norfolk-naval-shipyard-for-moored-training-ship-conversion
  6. ^ http://news.usni.org/2014/07/07/document-navys-30-year-shipbuilding-plan-fiscal-year-2015
  7. ^ http://news.usni.org/2014/07/07/document-navys-30-year-shipbuilding-plan-fiscal-year-2015