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Feb. 4 marked the end of an era for the "Silent Service" as USS Los Angeles (SSN 688), the first of the world's largest class of nuclear-powered submarines, underwent her final decommissioning at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility.

The End of an Era: Navy Bids Farewell To USS Los Angeles

Feb. 4 marked the end of an era for the “Silent Service” as USS Los Angeles (SSN 688), the first of the world’s largest class of nuclear-powered submarines, underwent her final decommissioning at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility.

Please join us in thanking the many crews of the USS Los Angeles for their service over the years!  If you or someone you know served aboard the USS Los Angeles, please let us know in the comments section!

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Oct. 22, 2004) - Sailors assigned to the attack submarine USS Los Angeles (SSN 688), and the San Francisco 49er’s cheerleaders pose for a group photo prior to a tour aboard Los Angeles.

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