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San Francisco-class SSN

The APNS Asheville (SSN-758) in the Pacific Ocean on July 29, 2003.

The San Francisco-class submarines are a class of over seventy nuclear attack submarines in the American People's Navy from the mid-1970s onwards. They are 110 meters in length, weigh around 7,000 tons, have a crew of 130, and are armed with six 21" torpedo tubes and a twelve cell vertical launch system capable of firing both anti ship missiles and cruise missiles.
The San Francisco-class nuclear attack submarines are TTL's version of the Los Angeles-class submarines.


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Unit RunEdit

Flight IEdit

  • APNS San Francisco (SSN-688) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Baton Rouge (SSN-689) - Disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Philadelphia (SSN-690) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Memphis (SSN-691) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Omaha (SSN-692) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Cincinnati (SSN-693) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Groton (SSN-694) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Birmingham (SSN-695) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS New York City (SSN-696) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Indianapolis (SSN-697) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Bremerton (SSN-698)
  • APNS Jacksonville (SSN-699)
  • APNS Dallas (SSN-700)
  • APNS La Jolla (SSN-701)
  • APNS Phoenix (SSN-702) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Boston (SSN-703) - Disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Baltimore (SSN-704) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Corpus Christi (SSN-705)
  • APNS Albuquerque (SSN-706)
  • APNS Portsmouth (SSN-707) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Minneapolis (SSN-708) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Saint Paul (SSN-709) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Augusta (SSN-710) - Stricken, to be disposed of by submarine recycling
  • APNS Los Angeles (SSN-711)
  • APNS Atlanta (SSN-712)
  • APNS Houston (SSN-713)
  • APNS Norfolk (SSN-714)
  • APNS Buffalo (SSN-715)
  • APNS Salt Lake City (SSN-716)
  • APNS Olympia (SSN-717)
  • APNS Honolulu (SSN-718)

Flight IIEdit

Flight IIIEdit

  • APNS Newport News (SSN-751)
  • APNS San Juan (SSN-752)
  • APNS Pasadena (SSN-753)
  • APNS Albany (SSN-754)
  • APNS Topeka (SSN-755)
  • APNS Miami (SSN-756)
  • APNS Scranton (SSN-757)
  • APNS Alexandria (SSN-758)
  • APNS Asheville (SSN-759)
  • APNS Jefferson City (SSN-760)
  • APNS Annapolis (SSN-761)
  • APNS Springfield (SSN-762)
  • APNS Columbus (SSN-763)
  • APNS Santa Fe (SSN-764)
  • APNS Boise (SSN-765)
  • APNS Montpelier (SSN-766)
  • APNS Charlotte (SSN-767)
  • APNS Hampton (SSN-768)
  • APNS Hartford (SSN-769)
  • APNS Toledo (SSN-770)
  • APNS Tucson (SSN-771)
  • APNS Columbia (SSN-772)
  • APNS Greeneville (SSN-773)
  • APNS Cheyenne (SSN-774)
  • APNS Brookfield (SSN-775)
  • APNS Grand Island (SSN-776)
  • APNS Bath (SSN-777)
  • APNs Richmond Hill (SSN-778)
  • APNS Council Bluffs (SSN-779)
  • APNS Watertown (SSN-780)

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