John Lear's Files
The Navy's Secrets

New Navy Battleship Completely Computerized
By John Lear 
Posted March 2008

The U.S. Navy's newest battleship called "Fleet 21" has completed sea trials southwest of its base in San Diego and is being prepared for deployment.

The 600 foot long battleship bristles with all types of heavy guns and other weapons which include ROV's (remotely operated vehicles) several of which can operate airborne.

The difference between "Fleet 21" and previous Navy battleships is that "Fleet 21" is totally computerized and requires no person on board. It can sail into any area of engagement and deploy its weapons without fear of harm to any sailor.

The potential for anonymous death and destruction fills the Navy High Command with pride and joy.

Navy insiders report that this battleship, of which many are to be built was conceived, designed and built for a specific engagement that is to take place sometime in the next couple of years. But they would not say who the enemy was or exactly where the battle would take place.

Navy Submarine Base Under the Nevada Desert?

By John Lear
Posted March 2008

Over the past 20 years I have heard and read stories of a huge U.S. Navy submarine base under the desert in Hawthorne Nevada.

During that time I have driven from Las Vegas to Reno many times and was always intrigued at the guard gate and sign just before entering the town of Hawthorne. (Hawthorne is about two and a half hours drive from Reno.)

It used to read ‘Naval Undersea Warfare Training Center’. Today it reads ‘Naval Undersea Warfare Center’. They must have made the change in the past year or so. Maybe longer.

Hawthorne Nevada is a U.S. Army Depot where ammunition is made, tested and stored. Endless rows of ammunition bunkers dot both sides of the road.

Just to the north of Hawthorne is Walker Lake. The East Walker river drains into it and over the past 20 years has become shallower and shallower. The lake is about 18 miles long and about 8 miles wide the longer axis running north and south.

It can’t be very deep. I am not good at judging lake depths, maybe 100 feet? Certainly wouldn’t seem deep enough for a Ohio, Virginia, Seawolf, Los Angeles. Maybe that little nuclear powered Fast Attack Sub. But I know nothing about submarines.

And the lake itself certainly wouldn’t be big enough or deep enough to train for Undersea Warfare. Or so it would seem.

There are stories that California and Nevada sit on a shelf underneath which lies an eastern portion of the Pacific Ocean. Maybe the Pacific Ocean extends under that shelf to Hawthorne Nevada (and even further?). From sources I consider reliable submarines can travel under the U.S. as far as St. Louis. Maybe farther east. Maybe all the way to the Atlantic.

There are stories that Navy submarines can travel from Puget Sound direct to the Lake Pend Oreille in Idaho. 

Maybe there is some kind of access from the surface of the desert within the area occupied by the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Hawthorne. And maybe if you go deep enough there is a huge part of the Pacific Ocean in which the Navy conducts Undersea Warfare training.

Impossible? Improbable? So it would seem.

But let’s assume that it might be true. There would have to be a route from the Pacific Ocean to Hawthorne. If we take a set of dividers and place one end at Hawthorne Nevada and place the other end at the closest portion of the Pacific Ocean we would find that it is in Monterey Bay, just south of San Francisco. Just north of Fort Ord.

The distance is roughly about 212 statute miles.

Now let’s also assume that there is traffic both to and from Monterey Bay and Hawthorne Nevada. We would probably have to have to separate channels, one for each direction of travel. If it’s a sea how can we separate these channels? I don’t know.

Below is a chart on which I have drawn two lines representing these channels between Monterey Bay and Hawthorne. If a submarine where to make 33 knots the trip would take about five and a half hours.

Here is a link to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Keyport Washington.

Here are a couple of excerpts from that site.

"Our main facility is located at Keyport, Washington, in the Puget Sound region near the major components of the Fleet we support.  We have Detachments located near our Pacific Fleet customers in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and San Diego, California.  Fleet testing and logistics sites are located at Nanoose, British Columbia, and Hawthorne, Nevada."

"Although NUTEC provides test and evaluation services wherever needed, the test center is focused at NUWC Division Keyport, Washington, building upon a foundation of over 90 years of undersea vehicle expertise. Here, in the protected waters of Washington’s Puget Sound, near Seattle, NUTEC offers extensive range instrumentation and support services at test sites at Keyport and in Dabob Bay and the adjoining waters in Hood Canal. NUTEC also provides a variety of portable test systems and distance support capabilities to facilitate unmanned vehicle testing at other Navy range facilities and at sites of operational interest world-wide."

Here is an excerpt from the Branton files:

The Underworld Empire by Branton

In March of 1980, John J. Williams, a New Mexico "Patriot" who published the anti-Communist oriented "REBEL MAGAZINE" (at the time available from: Consumertronics Co., c/o John J. Williams. Pres., 2011 Crescent Dr., P.O. Drawer 537., Alamogardo, NM 88310) revealed some incredible details on an alleged subterranean system which the Navy had been exploring below the western United States. The report appeared in issue No. 6 of his magazine, and was later reproduced in the Fall, 1985 (#164) issue of SEARCH Magazine, at the time edited by Marjorie Palmer, widow of the late Ray Palmer. The article, titled 'CALIFORNIA FLOATS ON OCEAN?', revealed the following:

"Some time ago, I heard a man on a TV interview-show briefly mention that parts of California and neighboring states are floating on the Pacific Ocean! He was a high ranking Naval officer on a top- secret nuclear submarine that has been (and is) exploring and mapping these enormous caverns and passage-ways underneath the West for over 10 years now.

"A friend of mine finally tracked the man down. He is now living quietly in retirement and asked that no details pointing to him be revealed as he does not want publicity and government attention. After writing this article, I destroyed my files on him. This is his story..."

Williams explains that not "all" of the areas in question are actually "resting" or "floating" on the ocean, however there are allegedly many subterranean cavities below the western U.S., and they are not limited to California, and many of them consist of very large water-filled aqua-systems. These have been explored via nuclear submarines to several hundred miles inland, particularly in the region of southern California and the southern Oregon - northern California area. Williams continues:

"...When he retired several years ago, in spite of about 10 years of intensive Naval study, the Navy had not gotten even a handle on their exacts and dimensions. Today, the story may be different.
"He makes the following statements from his observations:

"1. The passageways are labyrinthine with widths from a few to thousands of feet (caverns), averaging roughly about a 100 feet.

"2. Much like dry caverns do, heights and depths vary a great deal and in some cases, two or more caverns or passageways pass over or under each other at different depths.

"3. Most of the entrances lie just off the Continental Shelf (ie. in the Continental Slope - Branton).

"4. Most of the entrances are too small for submarine investigation; and many that are large enough lie in waters that are too deep.

"5. Some of the caverns (in S. California) are topped with oil while some others are filled with gases believed to approximate our atmosphere (in very ancient times).

"6. The San Joaquin Valley is essentially a portion of the original cavernous area that collapsed eons ago due to it's sheer weight.

"7. What is being passed off as the 'San Andreas Fault' are large, unsupported chambers that are in the process of collapsing.  When the BIG ONE finally hits, many scientists in the know believe that most of California will break off like a cold Hershey bar and slide into the ocean! (it is postulated by some that an ancient land-mass which some believe may have been connected to what is now California, broke off and sunk into the ocean during an ancient cataclysm - Branton)

"8. (We are deleting this section due to the possibility of undue stress and fear which may result from it's disclosure. Also, because of recent international events which may have resulted in a solution to this problem.  We will merely state that it involves a scenario similar to that which was portrayed in a James Bond movie, and which concerned underground caverns, silicon valley, nuclear weapons, and the San Andreas fault - Branton).

"9. A WELL-KNOWN U.S. nuclear submarine lost its way in these passages and disappeared forever.  It was reported to have been lost IN OPEN SEA ELSEWHERE to keep the American people in total ignorance and to justify an enormous pay-off to an eccentric U.S. billionaire (who died in recent years) for providing the fictitious "recovery" effort.

"I have no reason to doubt the man. I can't tell for sure whether or not these caverns and passageways exist or to their extents. The story does sound a bit fantastic but I have no reason to doubt the man. I have seen copies of documentation that at least prove that he was a high ranking Naval officer (nuclear submarine duty) and a distinguished scientist. In fact, his scientific background and reputation are impeccable. He definitely cannot be labeled as a crackpot, lunatic or publicity-seeker. I would very much like more information on this topic..."

After further inquiries to Mr. Williams on the part of 'inner earth' researchers, Williams responded with the following when asked whether or not he had received any replies to his request for more information about the alleged passageways below California:

"Since publishing our article on the vast cavern network under much of California, we have received many responses and inquiries. Some of these responses appear to be knowledgeable sources. Note that the material sent to us for this article was written by someone of very high repute whose credentials I personally checked out. Due to an agreement with him, I cannot reveal his identity.

"One response was from a retired (conventional submarine duty? - Branton) submarine commander, who according to him, spent many years in the waters off California. He stated that the caverns do NOT exist.

"Another response was from an anonymous person who cited unpublished oil company seismographical data, and stated, 'Although most of the caverns you depict in your drawing are smaller, larger or located somewhat differently than the actual caverns, you are essentially correct... My information is more up-to-date than what you apparently relied upon.' He (or she) did not supply any maps to pin down our differences, just some written descriptions. However, some knowledgeable person could probably deduce his (or her) overall 'map' from the voluminous seismographical data sent. I am in the process of looking for this input; it's been several years now and it may have all been thrown out... Incidentally, the oil company seismic data had much data round the Fresno area if that helps any.

"One incident which tends to confirm the fact that California is in fact floating on the ocean was a story which made the headlines in recent years. This incident involved an oil discovery beneath Long Beach, California. When oil companies began pumping oil out of the ground beneath Long Beach it was soon learned that the entire city BEGAN SINKING INTO THE OCEAN!

"It sank up to 26 feet and dikes had to be built to keep out the water. The problem is (temporarily) being rectified by 'water injection'--i.e. pumping an equivalent amount of WATER into the ground to the amount of oil and water taken out, in order to keep the city AFLOAT!"

One thing which may be of interest in connection with Mr. Williams' account was a statement which was made by a prominent California Bigfoot investigator by the name of Virginia Louise Swanson, who has done a good deal of study on caves and their connections to the Bigfoot phenomena. She refers to these caverns in the following words:

"...Somewhere I got the idea that a big portion of Death Valley is located on a shelf of FALSE bedrock. A certain type of earthquake would collapse all of it down to an enormous series of caverns that would open up into another Grand Canyon."
According to our knowledge, the only nuclear submarines ever to disappear under mysterious circumstances were the U.S.S THRESHER and the U.S.S. SCORPION. It is uncertain whether the retired Navy Officer who John J. Williams spoke of was referring to the THRESHER or the SCORPION, although the disappearance of the Thresher probably caused more publicity. The Thresher was the LEAD SHIP or 'Flag' ship in the world's most advanced class of nuclear attack submarines. She was designed to operate deeper and more silently than any of her predecessors and was also endowed with significant advances in sonar equipment, in noise reduction, and in fire-control. All in all, she was the most advanced international submarine in the world at the time of her disappearance and would have been an ideal choice for a top- secret mission such as the exploration of the caverns mentioned by John Williams' source.

On April 10, 1963 (according to official reports) the Thresher, under the command of Lt. Commander John W. Harvey, USN, with a total of 129 men (comprised of the crew, civilian technicians, and observers) disappeared without explanation. NOT A SINGLE TRACE or clue as to the fate of the craft, or it's occupants, were ever recovered: no oil slicks, radiation, floating debris, or similar signs of wreckage were ever seen. It is interesting to note that almost all of the reports at the time stated the ship had "disappeared," or was "lost," not "sunk!" One woman whose husband was on the ill-fated ship reported her belief that her husband was still alive. Theologically speaking, the possibility of a long-distance connection or "communion" on a deep, emotional level between a husband and a wife should not necessarily be consigned to the realm of the occult or "psychic" phenomena. Many religions believe that the very spiritual natures of a husband and a wife are united upon the consummation of a marriage, and thus they become, as Christian teachings say, "one flesh". The actual words of this woman, who was interviewed by Will Carson and Jeannie Joy--two writers devoted to pursuing strange events--shortly after the Thresher incident, were as follows:

"My husband was on the submarine Thresher when it disappeared. I don't consider myself a widow. I don't believe my husband is dead. No, it's not a matter of just not being able to believe it, to accept reality; I just can't get over the conviction that he's still alive somewhere. I love my husband very much. I know he loved--loves me. We were very close. We could always tell when something was wrong with each other. Intuition, I guess. I should have felt something the instant there was trouble, if he was really in serious trouble and knew it--a matter of life and death--but I didn't."

"What do you believe really happened?" Carson and Joy asked the attractive young woman.

"Most people think I'm crazy when I say this, but I believe the Thresher was captured."

"By whom?"

"I can't say for sure, but there WAS a Russian submarine spotted near there that day (that is, near where it REPORTEDLY vanished 220 miles off Boston harbor)--only I can't imagine how even the Russians could CAPTURE a vessel like the Thresher without leaving the slightest evidence!"
The following account, concerning an area just east of BISHOP (OWENS VALLEY), CALIFORNIA, was related by Val Valerian in his 'LEADING EDGE' Newsletter, Dec. 1989 - Jan. 1990 issue. The article, titled: 'DEEP SPRING'S, CALIFORNIA', stated:

"Deep Springs, California is an area that is becoming known as the site for very strange events. According to the information released both on the air on KVEG-AM and from other sources, the area is full of strange people wandering around in black suits. There have also been rumors that there is an underground facility in the area. Checking with gravity anomaly maps proved that there are large cavities under the ground in that area. The wildest claims relative to the area have stated that alien lifeforms are being released there... Deep Springs Lake has been probed and it appears bottomless. Divers have traveled along an underground river 27 miles toward the Las Vegas area before having to turn around." (This 'river' would probably have been a 'partially' water-filled cave with a large stream or river flowing through it, rather than an entirely underwater passage, since 27 miles would undoubtedly be entirely out of the question if it were all underwater travel, with present diving technology - Branton).

Part Two: - Part Three: - Part Four: - Part Five: - Part Six: - Part Seven:

Last August I drove from Reno to Las Vegas after attending the Bay Area UFO Expo.  As I drove through Hawthorne I came upon the entrance to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center which is on the north side of the road I pulled over to the right and took out my camera to get a picture of the sign. As I rolled down the window and lifted my camera I heard a bunch of shouting and guards waving their arms from the guard shack.

I pulled across the road to the entrance just short of the shack a lady in Army uniform came over and told me I couldn’t take pictures. I mentioned to her that I was just going to take a picture of the sign which was less than ten feet from the highway. She told me I couldn’t take pictures anywhere around there.

I asked her if I could sign up for a tour. She responded vehemently in the negative. She then advised me that she should call the Military Police to confiscate my camera. I told her that I hadn’t had time to take a picture and that I was just happened to be leaving at that moment. She waved me to turn around and jotted down my car license number. I was going to ask her if there were any submarines parked underground but she was Army and I figured she probably wouldn’t have known.

So. What do you think? Is there a vast underground sea under California and Nevada with tributary rivers running in various directions? Maybe one that goes to Las Vegas?

Does the Pacific Ocean actually underlie the United States?

Is there a possibility that the Navy does operate submarines from Monterey Bay via an underground sea which extends underneath the San Joaquin Valley,  then under the Sierra Nevada mountain range to a Naval Undersea Warfare Center? 

Pegasus Addition:

Raytheon Team Wins Naval Undersea Warfare Center Services Contract. ... Maryland, USA; Washington, USA; Nevada, USA; Honolulu, HI, USA ...

Located in the state of Washington, the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Keyport (see Fig. 1-1)
is the Navy’s sole repair and maintenance depot for torpedoes and undersea mobile targets. In this capacity, Keyport
- with remote sites in Hawaii, Southern California and Hawthorne, Nevada - provides test and evaluation, depot
maintenance and repair, In-Service Engineering and fleet industrial support for torpedoes and other undersea warfare
systems including mobile mines, unmanned underwater vehicles and countermeasures. Further efforts include responsibility for undersea combat systems and foreign military sales to almost 39 Allied countries. To support these activities, Keyport maintains and operates three underwater, three-dimensional tracking range sites with the capability to conduct vendor acceptance and in-service testing and evaluation of undersea weapons.

Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Keyport, Washington
Facility and Location:
Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Keyport is located in the Puget Sound area. It is a shore command
of the Naval Sea Systems Command (NSSC) and one of 2 divisions of the NUWC, Newport, Rhode Island. The Center provides test and evaluation; in-service engineering, maintenance, and repair; Fleet readiness, and industrial-base support for undersea warfare systems, countermeasures, and sonar systems. NUWC has detachments in California, Hawaii, Nevada and British Columbia, Canada.

Scorecard: The Pollution Information Site

Criteria Air Pollutant Emissions Report: U.S. NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER
Facility Information:
Address:  Unknown
State:  NV
Zip:  00000
SIC Code/Description: 
 4961/Steam and air-conditioning supply 

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Armed Forces Day Celebration
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Naval Undersea Warfare Center - Keyport

The Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division, Keyport, Washington, is a shore Command of the United States Navy under the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C. It is one of two divisions of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center which is headquartered at Division Newport, Rhode Island. Our main facility is located at Keyport, Washington, in the Puget Sound region near the major components of the Fleet we support. We have Detachments located near our Pacific Fleet customers in Lualualei and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and San Diego, California. Fleet testing and logistics sites are located at Nanoose, British Columbia, and Hawthorne, Nevada.

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Sunday, June 24, 2007
Nevada ... looks good on you 


"So we arrived at the Fallon NAS, and the two guys at the gate with machine guns or assault rifles (I don't know the difference, honestly) greeted us. I leaned over from the passenger side to start my rehearsed presentation about how silly this may sound.... One of the soldiers was off to the side, smirking, and the other to whom I was speaking smiled slightly and asked for my documents and ID, and instructed us to pull up to the barricade. He soon returned with my paperwork and said that the rental car guy would come to retrieve us. I was relieved beyond belief that I wouldn't have to unpack my two-weeks worth of belongings! What seemed like an eternity passed before Mr. Hertz showed up at the gate to lead us on a three and a half mile journey through the naval base to the car rental trailer. Yes...a portable office! Before you can say shit, I was in my car and making my way back through the naval base, wishing that I could have stopped to photograph this experience. But alas, unauthorized photography was expressly disallowed - and that was made VERY clear along the way. All I really wanted was a picture of the road signs inside the base that said, "YIELD TO LOW FLYING AIRCRAFT"."

"My friends had prepped me for some of the things I would see along the way...bunkers, Area 51, etc. About 3 miles or so outside of Hawthorne, the bunkers popped up. For thousands of acres, all I could see was bunkers in the landscape. Picture the movie, "Alien", with all of the egg pods as far as the eye could see... and this was how the bunkers appeared - though elongated with doors on the side. A sign along the highway read, "NUWC"...then spelled out, Naval Undersea Warfare Center...Wow. In the middle of the desert....go figure. That's what the bunkers were for."

City Data
89406 Zip Code Detailed Profile
Major facitilies with environmental interests located in this zip code:


          OIL CONTROL (Facility Response Plan for oil discharge)
          (Integrated Compliance Information System) - ICIS-09-2000-0118, FORMAL ENFORCEMENT ACTION
          COMPLIANCE ACTIVITY (Tracking inspections of insecticide, fungicide, and rodenticide, and toxic substances)
          CRITERIA AND HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANT INVENTORY (Inventory of air pollution sources)
          National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System NON-MAJOR (Tracking pollutant discharge elimination systems) - permit
          (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (tracking hazardous waste))
          HAZARDOUS WASTE BIENNIAL REPORTER (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (tracking hazardous waste))
          Large Quantity Generators, more that 1000 kg of hazardous waste/month (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (tracking hazardous
waste)) - notification
          TRI REPORTER (Tracking of toxic chemicals releasing facilities)
          Business NAICS classification: NATIONAL SECURITY.



Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Detachment Hawthorne

NUWC Detachment Hawthorne in Hawthorne, Nevada serves as the depot and storage organization for the mining community.  Its main function is the Receipt, Segregation, Storage, and Issue (RSS&I) of mine commodities.  It also performs maintenance on Fleet return materials and conducts demilitarization and disposal actions on mine systems in excess of program requirements.


Naval Undersea Museum Unloads Historic Torpedoes
Photo by Ray Narimatsu
Rigger Kelsey, left, and Ron Roehmholdt, exhibits director at the Naval Undersea Museum, 
unload one of 13 World War II submarine torpedoes received at the museum May 4. 

By JO1 Mary Popejoy
Staff Writer
Friday, May 13, 2005

The Naval Undersea Warfare Museum at Keyport welcomed 13 World War II Mk 14 Torpedoes into their space May 4 after 11 years of paperwork, preparation and persistency.

The journey began in 1994 when Dusty Rhodes, Industrial Specialist (Ordnance and Electronics) and a former Master Chief Torpedoman of Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Keyport, discovered the historical torpedoes at the Army Ammunition Depot in Hawthorne, Nev.

“We were climbing through magazines in the storage areas at Hawthorne, and Bob Bennett, one of the guys who was helping me out said that he had found some of the “big boy” torpedoes in crates,” said Rhodes. “I went over to where he was standing and noticed a Naval Ammunition Logistical Code (NALC) of 1502 stenciled on one crate.  I recognized the number from my days in the Fleet as a Torpedoman’s Mate as being a Mk 14 Torpedo,” he added.

They soon discovered they had eleven of the famous torpedoes....

SOURCE: Northwest Navigator - Puget Sound Naval News

Related Links:
Hawthorne Army Depot
Hawthorne Army Depot
.NAVY DS-1914 Gyrodyne Helicopter, Hawthorne, Nevada

Some short information on the Hawthorne Army Depot (HWAD)- It is the largest industrial activity in the State of Nevada and the largest Depot in the world. Established in 1927, the Depot drove the town of Hawthorne's population and by 1930 it stood at 680 people. By 1945, the population had reached 5,625 with the base encompassing some 147,000 acres having 178 buildings and 2,427 above and below ground bunkers for ammunition storage. By 1980, the Depot was converted to a "contractor-operated" facility with a total employment of around 500.

SOURCE: The Hawthorne Ordnance Museum - Highway 95 in Downtown Hawthorne, Nevada

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Fleet Disposition Below is current as of Summer 2008


  1. Submarine Group Two, Groton, CT
  2. Submarine Squadron Two, Groton, CT
  3. Submarine Squadron Four, Groton, CT
  4. Submarine Squadron Six, Norfolk, VA
  5. Submarine Squadron Eight, Norfolk, VA
  6. Submarine Development Squadron Twelve, Groton, CT
  7. Naval Submarine Support Center, Norfolk, VA
  8. Regional Support Group, Groton, CT
  9. Naval Submarine Support Center, Groton, CT
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  1. La Maddalena, Italy
  2. Norfolk, VA
    • SUBRON-6
    • Minn.-St. Paul SSN-708
    • Norfolk SSN-714
    • Albany SSN-753
    • Scranton SSN-756
    • SUBRON-8
    • Hyman Rickover SSN-709
    • Oklahoma City SSN-723
    • Newport News SSN-750
    • Boise SSN-764
    • Hampton SSN-767
  3. Kings Bay, GA
    • SUBGRU-10
    • Florida SSGN-728
    • Georgia SSGN-729
    • SUBRON-16
    • Rhode Island SSBN-740
    • Maine SSBN-741
    • Louisiana SSBN-743
    • SUBRON-20
    • Tennessee SSBN-734
    • West Virginia SSBN-736
    • Maryland SSBN-738
    • Wyoming SSBN-742
1430 Morton Street
Pearl Harbor, HI 96860 
  1. Bangor, WA
    • SUBGRU-9
      • Columbus SSN-762
      • Dolphin AGSS-555
      • Deep Submergence Unit
      • Arctic Sub Lab
      • ***The three above units are physically based in San Diego
    • SUBRON-17
      • Henry Jackson SSBN-730
      • Pennsylvania SSBN-735
      • Kentucky SSBN-737
      • Nebraska SSBN-739
    • SUBRON-19
      • Ohio SSGN-726
      • Michigan SSGN-727
      • Alabama SSBN-731
      • Alaska SSBN-732
      • Nevada SSBN-733
  2. San Diego, CA
    • SUBRON-11
      • Salt Lake City SSN-716
      • Helena SSN-725
      • Topeka SSN-754
      • Asheville SSN-758
      • Jefferson City SSN-759
      • Arco ARDM-5
  3. Guam
    • SUBRON-15
      • City of Corpus Christi SSN-705
      • San Francisco SSN-711
      • Houston SSN-713
      • Frank Cable AS-40
  4. Pearl Harbor
    • SUBRON-1
      • Los Angeles SSN-688
      • Bremerton SSN-698
      • La Jolla SSN-701
      • Buffalo SSN-715
      • Charlotte SSN-766
      • Greeneville SSN-772
    • SUBRON-3
      • Olympia SSN-717
      • Honolulu SSN-718
      • Chicago SSN-721
      • Key West SSN-722
      • Louisville SSN-724
      • Columbia SSN-771
    • SUBRON-7
      • Pasadena SSN-752
      • Santa Fe SSN-763
      • Tucson SSN-770
      • Cheyenne SSN-773
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COMSUBGRU-9 - Naval Base Kitsap, Bangor

Commander Submarine Group 9
2150 Thresher Avenue
Naval Base Kitsap, Bangor
Silverdale, Washington 98315-2150
Quarterdeck: (360)396-6821
Command Duty Officer: (360)396-6530
Public Affairs Officer: (360)396-5482
Director Submarine Warfare Division, Wash., D.C.
Director Naval Reactors, Wash., D.C.
Navy Recruiting Command

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