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This is a list of submarines of the United States Navy, listed by hull number and by name.


List submarines of the United States Navy, by hull number and boat name
Hull number Name Notes
Turtle World's first combat submersible. Deployed in 1775. Failed mission to destroy HMS Eagle. Continental Army project.
Alligator Experimental submarine built in 1862. Foundered in bad weather in 1863. First submarine of the United States Navy.
Intelligent Whale Experimental submarine built in 1863, acquired by the US Navy in 1869 and abandoned in 1873.
DSV-0 Trieste First submarine which reached the Challenger Deep by Swiss Jacques Piccard and US Navy Lieutenant Don Walsh in 1960.
DSV-1 Trieste II Formerly X-1
DSV-2 Alvin
DSV-3 Turtle
DSV-4 Sea Cliff
DSV-5 Nemo
NR-1 NR-1 Nuclear powered research submarine.
SSK-1 K-1 / Barracuda Re-designated as SST-3.
SSK-2 K-2 / Bass
SSK-3 K-3 / Bonita
SF-1 AA-1 / T-1 Also SS-52
SF-2 AA-2 / T-2 Also SS-60
SF-3 AA-3 / T-3 Also SS-61
SF-4 V-1 / Barracuda Also SS-163
SF-5 V-2 / Bass Also SS-164
SF-6 V-3 / Bonita Also SS-165
SF-7 V-4 / Argonaut
SM-1 Argonaut
SS-1 Holland Unique submarine
SS-2 Plunger / A-1 Lead boat of a class of 7
SS-3 Adder / A-2
SS-4 Grampus / A-3
SS-5 Moccasin / A-4
SS-6 Pike / A-5
SS-7 Porpoise / A-6
SS-8 Shark / A-7
SS-9 Octopus / C-1 Lead boat of a class of 5
SS-10 Viper / B-1 Lead boat of a class of 3
SS-11 Cuttlefish / B-2
SS-12 Tarantula / B-3
SS-13 Stingray / C-2
SS-14 Tarpon / C-3
SS-15 Bonita / C-4
SS-16 Snapper / C-5
SS-17 Narwhal / D-1 Lead boat of a class of 3
SS-18 Grayling / D-2
SS-19 Salmon / D-3
SS-19½ Seal / G-1 Lead boat of a class of 4
SS-20 Carp / F-1 Lead boat of a class of 4. Lost in collision on 17 Dec 1917.
SS-21 Barracuda / F-2
SSN-21 Seawolf Lead boat of a class of three. Commissioned 1997
SS-22 Pickerel / F-3
SSN-22 Connecticut Second of three Seawolf-class. Commissioned 1998
SS-23 Skate / F-4 Foundered and lost on 25 Mar 1915. Raised but not repaired. First US submarine to be lost.
SSN-23 Jimmy Carter Third of three Seawolf-class. Commissioned 2005
SS-24 Skipjack / E-1 Lead boat of a class of 2
SS-25 Sturgeon / E-2
SS-26 Thrasher / G-4
SS-27 Tuna / G-2 Sank at moorings 30 July 1919, drowned 3 crew
SS-28 Seawolf / H-1 Lead boat of a class of 9. Grounded 12 Mar 1920. Lost during salvage operations 24 Mar 1920.
SS-29 Nautilus / H-2
SS-30 Garfish / H-3
SS-31 Turbot / G-3
SS-32 Haddock / K-1 Lead boat of a class of 8
SS-33 Cachalot / K-2
SS-34 Orca / K-3
SS-35 Walrus / K-4
SS-36 K-5
SS-37 K-6
SS-38 K-7
SS-39 K-8
SS-40 L-1 Lead boat of a class of 11
SS-41 L-2
SS-42 L-3
SS-43 L-4
SS-44 L-5
SS-45 L-6
SS-46 L-7
SS-47 M-1 Unique submarine
SS-48 L-8
SS-49 L-9
SS-50 L-10
SS-51 L-11
SS-52 Schley / AA-1 / T-1 Lead boat of a class of 3. Also SF-1
SS-53 N-1 Lead boat of a class of 7
SS-54 N-2
SS-55 N-3
SS-56 N-4
SS-57 N-5
SS-58 N-6
SS-59 N-7
SS-60 AA-2 / T-2 Also SF-2
SS-61 AA-3 / T-3 Also SF-3
SS-62 O-1 Lead boat of a class of 16
SS-63 O-2 Recommissioned in 1941, Oldest US sub to serve in WWII, one of only eight subs that served in both WWI and WWII
SS-64 O-3 Served in both WWI and WWII
SS-65 O-4 Served in both WWI and WWII
SS-66 O-5 Lost in collision 28 Oct 1923.
SS-67 O-6 Served in both WWI and WWII
SS-68 O-7 Served in both WWI and WWII
SS-69 O-8 Served in both WWI and WWII
SS-70 O-9 Served in both WWI and WWII, Lost in accident 20 Jun 1941.
SS-71 O-10 Served in both WWI and WWII
SS-72 O-11
SS-73 O-12 Used in 1931 Wilkins arctic expedition and scuttled.
SS-74 O-13
SS-75 O-14
SS-76 O-15
SS-77 O-16
SS-78 R-1 Lead boat of a class of 27
SS-79 R-2 Oldest continuously commissioned sub to serve in WWII (1919−1945)
SS-80 R-3 Transferred to Royal Navy as HMS P511
SS-81 R-4
SS-82 R-5
SS-83 R-6
SS-84 R-7
SS-85 R-8
SS-86 R-9
SS-87 R-10
SS-88 R-11
SS-89 R-12 Foundered 12 Jun 1943.
SS-90 R-13
SS-91 R-14
SS-92 R-15
SS-93 R-16
SS-94 R-17 Transferred to Royal Navy as HMS P512
SS-95 R-18
SS-96 R-19 Transferred to Royal Navy 9 March 1942 as HMS P513, rammed by Royal Canadian Navy minesweeper on 21 June 1942 and sank with all hands.
SS-97 R-20
SS-98 R-21
SS-99 R-22
SS-100 R-23
SS-101 R-24
SS-102 R-25
SS-103 R-26
SS-104 R-27
SS-105 S-1 Lead boat of a class of 51
SS-106 S-2
SS-107 S-3
SS-108 Cancelled
SS-109 S-4 Lost in accident 17 Dec 1927.
SS-110 S-5 Lost in accident 1 Dec 1920.
SS-111 S-6
SS-112 S-7
SS-113 S-8
SS-114 S-9
SS-115 S-10
SS-116 S-11
SS-117 S-12
SS-118 S-13
SS-119 S-14
SS-120 S-15
SS-121 S-16
SS-122 S-17
SS-123 S-18
SS-124 S-19
SS-125 S-20
SS-126 S-21
SS-127 S-22
SS-128 S-23
SS-129 S-24
SS-130 S-25 Transferred to the Royal Navy 4 November 1941 and renamed as HMS P551 then transferred to the Polish Navy in exile and renamed ORP Jastrząb. On 2 May 1942 she was sunk by British forces in a friendly fire incident.
SS-131 S-26 Sunk in collision 24 Jan 1942.
SS-132 S-27 Lost by grounding 19 Jun 1942.
SS-133 S-28 Foundered 4 Jul 1944.
SS-134 S-29
SS-135 S-30
SS-136 S-31
SS-137 S-32
SS-138 S-33
SS-139 S-34
SS-140 S-35
SS-141 S-36 Lost by grounding 20 Jan 1942.
SS-142 S-37
SS-143 S-38
SS-144 S-39 Lost by grounding 14 Aug 1942.
SS-145 S-40
SS-146 S-41
SS-147 H-4
SS-148 H-5
SS-149 H-6
SS-150 H-7
SS-151 H-8
SS-152 H-9
SS-153 S-42
SS-154 S-43
SS-155 S-44 Sunk by Japanese destroyer on 7 Oct 1943.
SS-156 S-45
SS-157 S-46
SS-158 S-47
SS-159 S-48 Sank during a builders trial on 7 December 1921. Was raised 2 weeks later and repaired.
SS-160 S-49 Used as a privately owned traveling tourist attraction from 1931 to 1941.
SS-161 S-50
SS-162 S-51 Lost in collision 25 Sep 1925.
SS-163 Barracuda Lead boat of a class of 3. Previously SF-4
SS-164 Bass Previously SF-5
SS-165 Bonita Previously SF-6
SS-166 Argonaut Unique submarine. Never formally held SS-166 classification. Variously designated as V-4, SF-7, SM-1, A-1 and APS-1. Sunk by Japanese destroyers 10 Jan 1943.
SS-167 Narwhal Lead boat of a class of 2
SS-168 Nautilus
SS-169 Dolphin Unique submarine
SS-170 Cachalot Lead boat of a class of 2
SS-171 Cuttlefish
SS-172 Porpoise Lead boat of a class of 10
SS-173 Pike
SS-174 Shark Sunk by Japanese destroyer Feb 11 1942.
SS-175 Tarpon Foundered in deep water, south of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, on 26 August 1957, while under tow to the scrap yard.
SS-176 Perch Scuttled 3 March 1942 after damage from Japanese ships.
SS-177 Pickerel Sunk 3 April 1943 by Japanese ships.
SS-178 Pinna / Permit
SS-179 Plunger
SS-180 Pollack
SS-181 Pompano Possibly sunk by mine October 1943.
SS-182 Salmon Lead boat of a class of 6
SS-183 Seal
SS-184 Skipjack Sunk in Operation Crossroads atomic bomb test, 25 July 1946
SS-185 Snapper
SS-186 Stingray
SS-187 Sturgeon
SS-188 Sargo Lead boat of a class of 10
SS-189 Saury
SS-190 Spearfish
SS-191 Sculpin Helped locate the sunken Squalus 24 May 1939. Damaged by Japanese destroyer 19 Nov 1943 and scuttled to avoid capture. Captain John P. Cromwell chose to go down with the ship, earning himself the Medal of Honor.
SS-192 Squalus / Sailfish Sunk in accident 23 May 1939. Raised, repaired and re-commissioned as USS Sailfish on 15 May 1940. Sank Japanese aircraft carrier Chūyō 3 Dec 1943 which was carrying survivors of Sculpin (SS-191).
SS-193 Swordfish Sunk by Japanese ships 12 Jan 1945.
SS-194 Seadragon
SS-195 Sealion Destroyed by Japanese aircraft 10 Dec 1941. First US submarine lost in World War II.
SS-196 Searaven
SS-197 Seawolf Accidentally sunk by US Navy destroyer escort 3 Oct 1944.
SS-198 Tambor Lead boat of a class of 12
SS-199 Tautog Highest scoring US submarine of World War II.
SS-200 Thresher
SS-201 Triton Sunk 15 April 1943 by Japanese destroyers.
SS-202 Trout Lost around 29 Feb 1944, possibly mine.
SS-203 Tuna
SS-204 Mackerel Lead boat of a class of 2
SS-205 Marlin
SS-206 Gar
SS-207 Grampus Sunk by Japanese destroyers 5 Mar 1943.
SS-208 Grayback Sunk by Japanese aircraft 26 Feb 1944.
SS-209 Grayling Sunk by Japanese freighter 9 Sep 1943.
SS-210 Grenadier Sunk by Japanese aircraft 22 Apr 1943.
SS-211 Gudgeon Probably sunk by Japanese on 18 Apr 1944.
SS-212 Gato Lead boat of a class of 77
SS-213 Greenling
SS-214 Grouper Converted to SSK in 1951, then AGSS sonar research in 1960
SS-215 Growler Sunk by Japanese ships 8 Nov 1944.
SS-216 Grunion Sunk 30 Jul 1942, cause unknown.
SS-217 Guardfish
SS-218 Albacore Best known for sinking Japanese aircraft carrier Taihō with one torpedo. Sunk by mine 7 Nov 1944.
SS-219 Amberjack Sunk by Japanese ships on 16 Feb 1943.
SS-220 Barb Only known sub to launch a land attack on Japan on 12th patrol June 1945. GUPPY IB conversion 1955
SS-221 Blackfish
SS-222 Bluefish
SS-223 Bonefish Sunk 18 June 1945 by Japanese vessels
SS-224 Cod Museum ship in Cleveland, Ohio 's North Coast Harbor at the USS Cod Submarine Memorial since 1 May 1976.
SS-225 Cero
SS-226 Corvina Sunk by Japanese submarine 16 Nov 1943.
SS-227 Darter Grounded on 24 Oct 1944. Destroyed to prevent capture.
SS-228 Drum Museum ship in Mobile, AL.
SS-229 Flying Fish
SS-230 Finback
SS-231 Haddock
SS-232 Halibut
SS-233 Herring Sunk 1 June 1944 by shore battery.
SS-234 Kingfish
SS-235 Shad
SS-236 Silversides Top scoring surviving U.S. submarine of WWII. Currently resides in Muskegon, MI at the Great Lakes Naval Memorial & Museum.
SS-237 Trigger Sunk 27 March 1945 by Japanese ships.
SS-238 Wahoo Sunk by Japanese ships and aircraft 11 Oct 1943.
SS-239 Whale
SS-240 Angler Converted to SSK in 1953
SS-241 Bashaw Converted to SSK in 1953
SS-242 Bluegill Converted to SSK in 1953
SS-243 Bream Converted to SSK in 1953
SS-244 Cavalla Best known for sinking Japanese carrier Shōkaku. Converted to SSK in 1953. Museum ship in Galveston, Texas.
SS-245 Cobia Museum ship in Manitiwoc, WI.
SS-246 Croaker Converted to SSK in 1953. Museum ship in Buffalo, NY.
SS-247 Dace GUPPY IB conversion 1955
SS-248 Dorado Accidentally sunk by US aircraft 12 Oct 1943.
SS-249 Flasher Credited with over 100,000 tons of Japanese shipping sunk in WWII.
SS-250 Flier Sunk 13 Aug 1944 by mine. 8 Survivors
SS-251 Flounder
SS-252 Gabilan
SS-253 Gunnel
SS-254 Gurnard
SS-255 Haddo
SS-256 Hake
SS-257 Harder Sunk by Japanese ships 24 August 1944.
SS-258 Hoe
SS-259 Jack Fleet snorkel conversion 1958
SS-260 Lapon Fleet snorkel conversion 1957
SS-261 Mingo
SS-262 Muskallunge
SS-263 Paddle
SS-264 Pargo
SS-265 Peto
SS-266 Pogy
SS-267 Pompon Converted to SSR in 1953.
SS-268 Puffer
SS-269 Rasher Converted to SSR in 1953.
SS-270 Raton Converted to SSR in 1953.
SS-271 Ray Converted to SSR in 1952.
SS-272 Redfin Converted to SSR in 1953, then to AGSS inertial guidance research in 1963.
SS-273 Robalo Sunk by mine 26 Jul 1944.
SS-274 Rock Converted to SSR in 1953.
SS-275 Runner Missing and presumed lost Jun 1943.
SS-276 Sawfish
SS-277 Scamp Sunk by Japanese ship 6 Nov 1944.
SS-278 Scorpion Probably sunk by mine 1944.
SS-279 Snook Sunk April 1945, cause unknown.
SS-280 Steelhead
SS-281 Sunfish
SS-282 Tunny Converted to SSG Regulus missile submarine in 1953, then to amphibious warfare transport submarine APSS in 1966, LPSS in 1969.
SS-283 Tinosa
SS-284 Tullibee Sunk by own torpedo 24 March 1944.
SS-285 Balao Lead boat of a class of 120
SS-286 Billfish
SS-287 Bowfin Museum ship, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, Honolulu, Hawaii
SS-288 Cabrilla
SS-289 Capelin Missing and presumed lost Dec 1943.
SS-290 Cisco Sunk by Japanese ships and aircraft 28 Sep 1943.
SS-291 Crevalle
SS-292 Devilfish
SS-293 Dragonet
SS-294 Escolar Sunk by mine Oct 1944.
SS-295 Hackleback
SS-296 Lancetfish Commissioned 12 Feb 1945. Sunk at pier 15 Mar 1945. Decommissioned 24 Mar 1945. Not repaired. Stricken 9 June 1958. Never went to sea.
SS-297 Ling Museum ship, New Jersey Naval Museum — Hackensack, New Jersey
SS-298 Lionfish Museum ship, Battleship Cove Museum, Fall River, Massachusetts
SS-299 Manta
SS-300 Moray
SS-301 Roncador
SS-302 Sabalo Fleet snorkel conversion 1952
SS-303 Sablefish Fleet snorkel conversion 1951
SS-304 Seahorse
SS-305 Skate
SS-306 Tang Second highest scoring US submarine of World War II. Sunk by circular run of own torpedo on 24 Oct 1944.
SS-307 Tilefish
SS-308 Apogon
SS-309 Aspro
SS-310 Batfish Museum ship, War Memorial Park, Muskogee, Oklahoma
SS-311 Archerfish Best known for sinking the Japanese carrier Shinano, in November 1944,
SS-312 Burrfish
SS-313 Perch
SS-314 Shark Lost 24 Oct 1944.
SS-315 Sealion
SS-316 Barbel Sunk 4 Feb 1945 by Japanese aircraft.
SS-317 Barbero Converted to SSA in 1948, then to SSG Regulus missile submarine in 1955.
SS-318 Baya
SS-319 Becuna GUPPY IA conversion 1951, Museum ship, Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
SS-320 Bergall Fleet snorkel conversion 1952
SS-321 Besugo
SS-322 Blackfin GUPPY IA conversion 1951
SS-323 Caiman GUPPY IA conversion 1951
SS-324 Blenny GUPPY IA conversion 1951
SS-325 Blower Fleet snorkel conversion 1950
SS-326 Blueback Fleet snorkel conversion 1953
SS-327 Boarfish Fleet snorkel conversion 1953
SS-328 Charr Fleet snorkel conversion 1951
SS-329 Chub Fleet snorkel conversion 1953
SS-330 Brill Fleet snorkel conversion 1953
SS-331 Bugara Fleet snorkel conversion 1951
SS-332 Bullhead Lost 6 Aug 1945. Last US submarine loss of WWII.
SS-333 Bumper Fleet snorkel conversion 1950
SS-334 Cabezon
SS-335 Dentuda
SS-336 Capitaine
SS-337 Carbonero
SS-338 Carp Fleet snorkel conversion 1952
SS-339 Catfish GUPPY II conversion 1949
SS-340 Entemedor GUPPY IIA conversion 1952
SS-341 Chivo GUPPY IA conversion 1951
SS-342 Chopper GUPPY IA conversion 1951
SS-343 Clamagore GUPPY II conversion 1948, GUPPY III conversion 1962
SS-344 Cobbler GUPPY II conversion 1948, GUPPY III conversion 1962
SS-345 Cochino GUPPY II conversion 1948, Lost 26 Aug 1949 by fire and electrical failure.
SS-346 Corporal GUPPY II conversion 1948, GUPPY III conversion 1962
SS-347 Cubera GUPPY II conversion 1948
SS-348 Cusk
SS-349 Diodon GUPPY II conversion 1948
SS-350 Dogfish GUPPY II conversion 1948
SS-351 Greenfish GUPPY II conversion 1948, GUPPY III conversion 1961
SS-352 Halfbeak GUPPY II conversion 1948
SS-353 Dugong Cancelled
SS-354 Eel Cancelled
SS-355 Espada Cancelled
SS-356 Fanegal / Jawfish Cancelled
SS-357 Friar / Ono Cancelled
SS-358 Garlopa Cancelled
SS-359 Garrupa Cancelled
SS-360 Goldring Cancelled
SS-361 Golet Lost 14 Jun 1944 to Japanese vessels.
SS-362 Guavina Converted to tanker for amphibious and seaplane support (SSO in 1948, AGSS in 1951, AOSS in 1957)
SS-363 Guitarro Fleet snorkel conversion 1954
SS-364 Hammerhead Fleet snorkel conversion 1954
SS-365 Hardhead GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-366 Hawkbill GUPPY IB conversion 1953
SS-367 Icefish GUPPY IB conversion 1953
SS-368 Jallao GUPPY IIA conversion 1954
SS-369 Kete Lost Mar 1945, cause unknown.
SS-370 Kraken Fleet snorkel conversion 1959
SS-371 Lagarto Sunk 4 May 1945 by Japanese ships.
SS-372 Lamprey
SS-373 Lizardfish
SS-374 Loggerhead
SS-375 Macabi
SS-376 Mapiro Fleet snorkel conversion 1960
SS-377 Menhaden GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-378 Mero
SS-379 Needlefish Cancelled
SS-380 Nerka Cancelled
SS-381 Sand Lance
SS-382 Picuda GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-383 Pampanito Museum ship, S. F. Maritime National Park, San Francisco, California
SS-384 Parche
SS-385 Bang GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-386 Pilotfish
SS-387 Pintado
SS-388 Pipefish
SS-389 Piranha
SS-390 Plaice
SS-391 Pomfret GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-392 Sterlet Fleet snorkel conversion 1952
SS-393 Queenfish
SS-394 Razorback GUPPY IIA conversion 1954, Museum ship, Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, North Little Rock, Arkansas
SS-395 Redfish
SS-396 Ronquil GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-397 Scabbardfish Fleet snorkel conversion 1965
SS-398 Segundo Fleet snorkel conversion 1951
SS-399 Sea Cat
SS-400 Sea Devil
SS-401 Sea Dog
SS-402 Sea Fox GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-403 Atule GUPPY IA conversion 1951
SS-404 Spikefish
SS-405 Sea Owl Fleet snorkel conversion 1951
SS-406 Sea Poacher GUPPY IA conversion 1952
SS-407 Sea Robin GUPPY IA conversion 1951
SS-408 Sennet Fleet snorkel conversion 1952
SS-409 Piper Fleet snorkel conversion 1951
SS-410 Threadfin GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-411 Spadefish
SS-412 Trepang
SS-413 Spot
SS-414 Springer
SS-415 Stickleback Lost 29 May 1958.
SS-416 Tiru GUPPY II completion 1948, GUPPY III conversion 1959
SS-417 Tench Lead boat of a class of 29. GUPPY IA conversion 1951, sold to Peru for spare parts, 16 September 1976.
SS-418 Thornback GUPPY IIA conversion 1953, transferred to Turkey on 1 July 1971.
SS-419 Tigrone Rescued over 30 downed aviators during World War II. Converted to SSR in 1948, then to AGSS for sonar research in 1964. Last submarine which served in World War II in service in the U.S. Navy.
SS-420 Tirante GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-421 Tomtate / Trutta GUPPY IIA conversion 1953, transferred to Turkey on 1 July 1972.
SS-422 Toro
SS-423 Torsk Fleet snorkel conversion 1952; Museum ship, Baltimore Maritime Museum, Baltimore, Maryland
SS-424 Quillback GUPPY IIA conversion 1953
SS-425 Trumpetfish GUPPY II conversion 1948, GUPPY III conversion 1962, transferred to Brazil on 15 October 1973.
SS-426 Tusk GUPPY II conversion 1948, transferred to Republic of China on 18 October 1973.
SS-427 Turbot Launched but not completed
SS-428 Ulua Launched but not completed
SS-429 Unicorn Cancelled
SS-430 Vendace Cancelled
SS-431 Walrus Cancelled
SS-432 Whitefish Cancelled
SS-433 Whiting Cancelled
SS-434 Wolffish Cancelled
SS-435 Corsair
SS-436 Unicorn Launched but not completed.
SS-437 Walrus Launched but not completed.
SS-438 – SS-474 Cancelled
SS-475 Argonaut Fleet snorkel conversion 1952. Transferred to Canada on 2 December 1968.
SS-476 Runner Fleet snorkel conversion 1952
SS-477 Conger
SS-478 Cutlass GUPPY II conversion 1948, transferred to Republic of China on 15 April 1973.
SS-479 Diablo Transferred to Pakistan on 1 June 1974.
SS-480 Medregal Fleet snorkel conversion 1952
SS-481 Requin Converted to SSR in 1946. Museum ship, Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
SS-482 Irex Fleet snorkel conversion 1947 (prototype)
SS-483 Sea Leopard GUPPY II conversion 1949, transferred to Brazil on 27 March 1973.
SS-484 Odax GUPPY I conversion 1947, GUPPY II conversion 1951, transferred to Brazil on 8 July 1972.
SS-485 Sirago GUPPY II conversion 1949
SS-486 Pomodon GUPPY I conversion 1947, GUPPY II conversion 1951
SS-487 Remora GUPPY II conversion 1947, GUPPY III conversion 1962, transferred to Greece on 29 October 1973.
SS-488 Sarda
SS-489 Spinax Converted to SSR in 1946
SS-490 Volador Last fleet submarine to be launched on 17 Jan 1946. GUPPY II completion 1948, GUPPY III conversion 1963. Transferred to Italy on 18 August 1972.
SS-491 Pompano Cancelled
SS-492 Grayling Cancelled
SS-493 Needlefish Cancelled
SS-494 Sculpin Cancelled
SS-495 – SS-521 Cancelled
SS-522 Amberjack GUPPY II conversion 1947
SS-523 Grampus GUPPY II completion 1949
SS-524 Pickerel GUPPY II completion 1949, GUPPY III conversion 1962
SS-525 Grenadier GUPPY II completion, last fleet submarine to be commissioned on 10 Feb 1951.
SS-526 Dorado Cancelled
SS-527 Comber Cancelled
SS-528 Sea Panther Cancelled
SS-529 Tiburon Cancelled
SS-530 – SS-549 Cancelled
SS-550 Barracuda Lead boat of a class of 3. Also designated as SSK-1 and SST-3.
SS-551 Bass Also designated as SSK-2.
SS-552 Bonita Also designated as SSK-3.
SS-553 Kinn Cancelled, offshore procurement of HNoMS Kinn (S316)[1]
SS-554 Springeren Cancelled, offshore procurement of HDMS Springeren (S329)[1]
AGSS-555 Dolphin Unique research submarine. Last conventionally powered submarine in service with the US Navy. Museum ship, Maritime Museum of San Diego, San Diego, California
SS-556 Offshore procurement for Norway
SS-557 – SS-562 Cancelled
SS-563 Tang Lead boat of a class of 6
SS-564 Trigger
SS-565 Wahoo
SS-566 Trout
SS-567 Gudgeon
SS-568 Harder
AGSS-569 Albacore Unique experimental prototype with teardrop hull. Underwater world speed record holder. Museum ship, Albacore Park and Museum, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
AGSS-570 Mackerel Completed as SST-1
SSN-571 Nautilus First nuclear powered submarine. First submarine to travel under the North Pole. Museum ship, U.S. Navy Submarine Force Museum, Groton, Connecticut
SSR-572 Sailfish Lead boat of a class of 2
SSR-573 Salmon
SSG-574 Grayback Lead boat of a class of 2. Converted and re-designated as LPSS-574 (amphibious transport submarine) on 30 Aug 1968.
SSN-575 Seawolf Unique submarine
SS-576 Darter Unique submarine
SSG-577 Growler Museum ship, Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, New York
SSN-578 Skate Lead boat of a class of 4. First submarine to surface at the North Pole.
SSN-579 Swordfish
SS-580 Barbel Lead boat of a class of 3. First diesel-powered attack submarine with a teardrop hull.
SS-581 Blueback Last conventionally powered attack submarine in service with the US Navy. Museum ship, OMSI Museum, Portland, Oregon
SS-582 Bonefish Last conventionally powered submarine built for the US Navy. Laid after Blueback but launched and commissioned before
SSN-583 Sargo
SSN-584 Seadragon First submarine to complete a submerged circumnavigation of the Northwest Passage.
SSN-585 Skipjack Lead boat of a class of 6. First nuclear powered submarine with a teardrop hull.
SSRN-586 Triton Unique submarine. First submarine to complete a submerged circumnavigation of the globe, and the only Western submarine powered by two nuclear reactors.
SSGN-587 Halibut Unique submarine. First and only American nuclear powered submarine designed and built as a guided missile submarine.
SSN-588 Scamp
SSN-589 Scorpion Lost in accident 22 May 1968.
SSN-590 Sculpin
SSN-591 Shark
SSN-592 Snook
SSN-593 Thresher Lead boat of a class of 14. Lost in accident 10 Apr 1963.
SSN-594 Permit
SSN-595 Plunger
SSN-596 Barb
SSN-597 Tullibee Unique quiet nuclear submarine with turbo electric drive. First integrated sonar suite, including both a low-frequency passive array, for long range detection, and a spherical array, for approach and attack (AN/BQQ Series Sonar). Only nuclear submarine specifically designed as an ASW (Anti-Submarine Warfare) weapon (i.e., a SSKN). First submarine with torpedo tubes amidships.
SSBN-598 George Washington Lead boat of a class of 5. First nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine.
SSBN-599 Patrick Henry
SSBN-600 Theodore Roosevelt
SSBN-601 Robert E. Lee
SSBN-602 Abraham Lincoln
SSN-603 Pollack
SSN-604 Haddo
SSN-605 Jack Had a unique direct-drive plant with two contra-rotating propellers on concentric shafts to reduce blade rate noise
SSN-606 Tinosa
SSN-607 Dace
SSBN-608 Ethan Allen Lead boat of a class of 5
SSBN-609 Sam Houston
SSBN-610 Thomas A. Edison
SSBN-611 John Marshall
SSN-612 Guardfish
SSN-613 Flasher
SSN-614 Greenling
SSN-615 Gato
SSBN-616 Lafayette Lead boat of a class of 9
SSBN-617 Alexander Hamilton
SSBN-618 Thomas Jefferson
SSBN-619 Andrew Jackson
SSBN-620 John Adams
SSN-621 Haddock
SSBN-622 James Monroe
SSBN-623 Nathan Hale
SSBN-624 Woodrow Wilson Sail is located at Deterrent Park, Naval Submarine Base, Bangor, WA.
SSBN-625 Henry Clay
SSBN-626 Daniel Webster Decommissioned on 30 August 1990 and reclassified a moored training ship (S5W Prototype facility) with hull number MTS-626.
SSBN-627 James Madison Lead boat of a class of 10
SSBN-628 Tecumseh
SSBN-629 Daniel Boone
SSBN-630 John C. Calhoun
SSBN-631 Ulysses S. Grant
SSBN-632 Von Steuben
SSBN-633 Casimir Pulaski
SSBN-634 Stonewall Jackson
SSBN-635 Sam Rayburn Decommissioned on 31 July 1989 and reclassified a moored training ship (S5W prototype facility) with hull number MTS-635.
SSBN-636 Nathanael Greene
SSN-637 Sturgeon Lead boat of a class of 37
SSN-638 Whale
SSN-639 Tautog
SSBN-640 Benjamin Franklin Lead boat of a class of 12
SSBN-641 Simon Bolivar
SSBN-642 Kamehameha Was in active service for 36 years, 4 months. Built as a SSBN but converted to a SSN from 24 September 1992 to 23 Jul 1993[2]
SSBN-643 George Bancroft Sail is located at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay, GA
SSBN-644 Lewis and Clark
SSBN-645 James K. Polk Built as a SSBN but converted to a SSN in August 1994.[3] The "Jimmy P's" sail is now on display at the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque, NM.
SSN-646 Grayling
SSN-647 Pogy
SSN-648 Aspro
SSN-649 Sunfish
SSN-650 Pargo
SSN-651 Queenfish
SSN-652 Puffer
SSN-653 Ray
SSBN-654 George C. Marshall
SSBN-655 Henry L. Stimson
SSBN-656 George Washington Carver
SSBN-657 Francis Scott Key
SSBN-658 Mariano G. Vallejo
SSBN-659 Will Rogers
SSN-660 Sand Lance
SSN-661 Lapon
SSN-662 Gurnard
SSN-663 Hammerhead
SSN-664 Sea Devil
SSN-665 Guitarro
SSN-666 Hawkbill The sail is currently on display in Arco, ID
SSN-667 Bergall
SSN-668 Spadefish
SSN-669 Seahorse
SSN-670 Finback
SSN-671 Narwhal Unique submarine constructed with a natural circulation reactor and other silencing features.
SSN-672 Pintado
SSN-673 Flying Fish
SSN-674 Trepang
SSN-675 Bluefish
SSN-676 Billfish
SSN-677 Drum The sail is currently on display at U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois
SSN-678 Archerfish
SSN-679 Silversides
SSN-680 William H. Bates
SSN-681 Batfish
SSN-682 Tunny
SSN-683 Parche
SSN-684 Cavalla Last U.S. Navy submarine to be named after a fish until USS Seawolf (SSN-21).
SSN-685 Glenard P. Lipscomb Unique attack submarine design using turbo-electric transmission.
SSN-686 L. Mendel Rivers
SSN-687 Richard B. Russell
SSN-688 Los Angeles Lead boat of her class of 62. Was active for 34 years, 3 months.
SSN-689 Baton Rouge
SSN-690 Philadelphia
SSN-691 Memphis
SSN-692 Omaha
SSN-693 Cincinnati
SSN-694 Groton
SSN-695 Birmingham
SSN-696 New York City
SSN-697 Indianapolis
SSN-698 Bremerton
SSN-699 Jacksonville
SSN-700 Dallas
SSN-701 La Jolla Decommissioned in 2019 and reclassified MTS-701 following conversion to a moored training ship
SSN-702 Phoenix
SSN-703 Boston
SSN-704 Baltimore
SSN-705 City of Corpus Christi
SSN-706 Albuquerque
SSN-707 Portsmouth
SSN-708 Minneapolis–Saint Paul
SSN-709 Hyman G. Rickover
SSN-710 Augusta
SSN-711 San Francisco Out of service as of 2017, undergoing conversion to moored training ship (MTS).
SSN-712 Atlanta
SSN-713 Houston
SSN-714 Norfolk
SSN-715 Buffalo
SSN-716 Salt Lake City
SSN-717 Olympia
SSN-718 Honolulu
SSN-719 Providence
SSN-720 Pittsburgh
SSN-721 Chicago Oldest American nuclear fast attack submarine still in service.
SSN-722 Key West
SSN-723 Oklahoma City
SSN-724 Louisville
SSN-725 Helena
SSGN-726 Ohio Lead boat of her class of 18. Built as an SSBN, but converted to an SSGN from November 2003 to December 2005[4] in accordance with START II. Oldest commissioned American nuclear submarine still in active service.
SSGN-727 Michigan Built as an SSBN, but converted to an SSGN from April 2004 to April 2006[4] in accordance with START II. Oldest built American nuclear submarine still in active service.
SSGN-728 Florida Built as an SSBN, but converted to an SSGN from January 2005 to December 2006[4] in accordance with START II.
SSGN-729 Georgia Built as an SSBN, but converted to an SSGN from October 2005 to September 2007[4] in accordance with START II.
SSBN-730 Henry M. Jackson
SSBN-731 Alabama
SSBN-732 Alaska
SSBN-733 Nevada
SSBN-734 Tennessee
SSBN-735 Pennsylvania
SSBN-736 West Virginia
SSBN-737 Kentucky
SSBN-738 Maryland
SSBN-739 Nebraska
SSBN-740 Rhode Island
SSBN-741 Maine
SSBN-742 Wyoming
SSBN-743 Louisiana
SSN-744 – SSN-749 Unassigned Originally reserved for 19th-24th Ohio-class submarines but they were cancelled.[5]
SSN-750 Newport News
SSN-751 San Juan
SSN-752 Pasadena
SSN-753 Albany
SSN-754 Topeka
SSN-755 Miami Lost to arson during maintenance overhaul
SSN-756 Scranton
SSN-757 Alexandria
SSN-758 Asheville
SSN-759 Jefferson City
SSN-760 Annapolis
SSN-761 Springfield
SSN-762 Columbus
SSN-763 Santa Fe
SSN-764 Boise
SSN-765 Montpelier
SSN-766 Charlotte
SSN-767 Hampton
SSN-768 Hartford
SSN-769 Toledo
SSN-770 Tucson
SSN-771 Columbia
SSN-772 Greeneville
SSN-773 Cheyenne
SSN-774 Virginia Lead boat of her class
SSN-775 Texas
SSN-776 Hawaii
SSN-777 North Carolina
SSN-778 New Hampshire
SSN-779 New Mexico
SSN-780 Missouri
SSN-781 California
SSN-782 Mississippi
SSN-783 Minnesota
SSN-784 North Dakota
SSN-785 John Warner
SSN-786 Illinois
SSN-787 Washington
SSN-788 Colorado
SSN-789 Indiana
SSN-790 South Dakota
SSN-791 Delaware
SSN-792 Vermont
SSN-793 Oregon
SSN-794 Montana
SSN-795 Hyman G. Rickover
SSN-796 New Jersey
SSN-797 Iowa
SSN-798 Massachusetts
SSN-799 Idaho
SSN-800 Arkansas
SSN-801 Utah
SSN-802 Oklahoma
SSN-803 Arizona
SSN-804 Barb
SSN-805 Tang
SSN-806 Wahoo
SSN-807 Silversides
SSN-808 – SSN-825 Currently unassigned
SSBN-826 District of Columbia Lead boat of her class
SSBN-827 Wisconsin
828-837 Currently unassigned Currently unassigned, but expected to be assigned to subsequent Columbia-class boats
SST-1 (AGSS-570) Mackerel Lead boat of her class of 2
SST-2 Marlin Museum Ship, Freedom Park, Omaha, Nebraska
X-1 X-1 Unique experimental midget submarine.
SM U-111 U-111 Captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM U-117 U-117 Captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM U-140 U-140 Captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM UB-88 UB-88 Captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM UB-148 UB-148 Captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
SM UC-97 UC-97 Captured World War I U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
U-2513 U-2513 captured World War II U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
U-3008 U-3008 captured World War II U-boat, used for publicity and testing purposes
X-1 Trieste II Later DSV-1

See also


  1. ^ a b "Postwar Diesel Submarines".
  2. ^ "Kamehameha (SSBN-642) (SSN-642)". Navsource Online. Archived from the original on 2015-08-12. Retrieved 2015-08-03.
  3. ^ "James K. Polk (SSBN-645) (SSN-645)". Navsource Online. Archived from the original on 2015-04-18. Retrieved 2015-08-03.
  4. ^ a b c d "SSGN: A Transformational Force for the U.S. Navy". Commander, Submarine Force Atlantic. Archived from the original on 2015-11-26.
  5. ^ "SSBN-726 Ohio-Class Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine SSBN - United States Nuclear Forces". Retrieved 2021-02-04.

Museum ships