The Submarine Review - October 2003
Front Cover, The Submarine Review, Naval Submarine League, October 2003. GGA Image ID # 1cfdf093a8
The October 2003 issue articles include Christening of USS Virginia, Virginia: Silent Ieader for the 21st Century Navy, On "The Third Battle of the Atlantic," The Ohio Class SSGN, and More.
Table of Contents
- Christening of USS Virginia (SSN 774)
- Virginia: Silent Ieader for the 21st Century Navy
- A View of Virginia's Christening
- On "The Third Battle of the Atlantic"
Sub League Annual Symposium
- Report from ComNavalSubForces
- The Ohio Class SSGN
- Aboard a SubTender During the War in Iraq
- So What if the Seas Were Transparent Pt II
- Depth Charge: An Early ASW Weapon Pt II
- "Set Condition 2SC"
- The Fleet that Wasn't Sighted at Vinga
- Transforming Tactical Training Part II
- Fast Attacks & Boomers—Moves On
- The First and the last—SEA LION & BULLHEAD
WORLD WAR II SEA STORIES
- WW1I Memories in FLYING FISH
CAPT C. W. Styler
- Golden Gate in '48
COLD W AR SEA STORIES
- Wichaway SubRoc?
- Fish Don't Vote
CAPT O 'Connell
- Creating the New World by Rockwell
by 'RAUM Hall
- Encyclopedia of American Submarines
by Cross Feist
- Three Sub Rescue & Salvage Books
by CAPT Gaverick
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