Stacker compiled a look at U.S. submarines from the American Revolution to the contemporary U.S. Navy, drawing from military historical accounts, government records, and news articles.
A history of US submarines from the Revolution to todayUpdated
1776: The Turtle in the American RevolutionUpdated
Civil War: The Union’s USS AlligatorUpdated
Civil War: The Confederacy’s H.L. HunleyUpdated
After the Civil War: The H.L. Hunley is missingUpdated
1881: The Fenian RamUpdated
1900: The USS HollandUpdated
After the USS Holland: The Holland Torpedo Boat CompanyUpdated
World War I: The U.S. K-5 patrols in EuropeUpdated
World War II: U.S. submarines in EuropeUpdated
World War II: U.S. submarines in the PacificUpdated
World War II: The “lifeboat league”Updated
World War II: U.S. loses 52 submarines, 3,505 crewUpdated
1953: The USS TunnyUpdated
1954: The USS NautilusUpdated
1957: The Nautilus crosses the North PoleUpdated
1960: The USS George WashingtonUpdated
1981: The first Ohio class submarineUpdated
1991: The USS LouisvilleUpdated
1997: The Seawolf submarinesUpdated
Modern day: U.S. military submarinesUpdated
Modern day: The Virginia class submarinesUpdated
Modern day: U.S. Navy “boomers”Updated
2020: Finding the USS GrenadierUpdated
2020: The Columbia class submarinesUpdated
2021: The USS MontanaUpdated
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