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USS Pasadena Arrives at New Home Port in San Diego

The Los Angeles-class nuclear-powered attack submarine recently completed a two-year overhaul that included installation of the latest fire control system, sonar and navigation equipment.

USS Pasadena arrives in her new homeport of San Diego. U.S. Navy photo by Kyle Carlstrom.
USS Pasadena arrives in her new homeport of San Diego. U.S. Navy photo by Kyle Carlstrom.
The Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Pasadena (SSN 752) arrived in her new home port at Naval Base Point Loma last week.

The Pasadena, with a crew of 150, departed Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Maine on Sept. 9 after completing a two-year overhaul that included installation of the latest fire control system, sonar and navigation equipment. 

"The crew of USS Pasadena and their families are happy to be in San Diego, our new home port," said Cmdr. Mark Cooper, Pasadena's commanding officer.

Pasadena is now assigned to Submarine Squadron Eleven, which consist of six Los Angeles-class nuclear-powered attack submarines, an undersea rescue command, a torpedo weapons retriever, and a floating dry-dock.

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