Ohio Class Ssbn (trident) Parts

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NSN
NIIN
00-002983-002 Power Supply
011001658
000-6080170313 Electrical Contact
010561306
000-8003-994 Film Fixed Resistor
010824270
00100H16667 Left Pivot Bracket
011434380
006215 U Semiconductor Device Rectifier
010644209
00906670 ITEM 8 Pole And Damper Winding
013251212
01-0401-1851 Knitted Wire Mesh
014868321
0100984 Transistor
009887598
01A226038-21-11 Electronic Test Extender Card
010863293
02-000010 Machine Thread Plug
011779675
02-0067-5-21 Internal Wrenching Bolt
014073259
0213-0059-C Fluid Filter Element
003027888
0238-8860 Film Fixed Resistor
006220970
03730096 Machine Screw
014292315
054-1719 Fluid Filter Element
009475807
055376 Diplexer
010942815
06-17-0677 Electrical Plug Connector
010958974
06-282-12-024E-011 Sleeve Bearing
012340412
06-282-12-032E-012 Sleeve Bearing
012340411
0601C0008-7 Special Spacer
010779399
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Ohio Class Ssbn (trident)

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The Ohio class is a class of nuclear-powered submarines currently used by the United States Navy. The navy has 18 Ohio-class submarines: 14 ballistic missile submarines (SSBN) and four that were later converted to guided missile submarines (SSGN).

The Ohio class was named after the lead submarine of this class, USS Ohio. The 14 Trident II SSBNs together carry approximately fifty percent of the total US active inventory of strategic thermonuclear warheads. Although the Trident missiles have no pre-set targets when the submarines go on patrol, the warships are capable of quickly being targeted using secure and constant radio communications links, including very low frequency (VLF) systems. All the Ohio-class submarines, except for USS Henry M. Jackson, are named for U.S. states, which until that point was a tradition reserved for battleships and cruisers.

The Ohio-class submarines are the largest submarines ever built for the U.S. Navy. Two classes of the Russian Navy's submarines have larger total displacements: the Soviet-designed Typhoon-class submarines have more than twice the total displacement, and Russia's Borei-class submarines have roughly 25 percent greater displacement, but the Ohio-class boats carry more missiles than either: 24 Trident missiles per boat, versus 16 missiles for the Borei class (20 for the Borei II) and 20 for the Typhoon class.

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