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USS Nautilus (SS-571), the U.S. Navy's first nucelar-powered submarine, on its initial sea trials, 10 January 1955.

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14:05, 23 October 2005 Thumbnail for version as of 14:05, 23 October 2005600 × 483 (89 KB)BukvoedDescription: USS Nautilus (SS-571), the Navy's first atomic powered submarine, on its initial sea trials , 01/20/1955. Source:, ARC Identifier: 521003. {{PD-USGov-Military-Navy}} Category:Submarines

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