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USS Haddock (SSN 621)

- decommissioned -

USS HADDOCK was the final PERMIT - class nuclear-powered attack submarine and the second ship in the Navy named after the small edible Atlantic fish, related to the cod. Both decommissioned and stricken from the Navy list on April 7, 1993, the HADDOCK later entered the Navy's Nuclear Powered Ship and Submarine Recycling Program at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Wash. Recycling was completed on October 1, 2001.

General Characteristics:Awarded: August 24, 1960
Keel laid: April 24, 1961
Launched: May 21, 1966
Commissioned: December 22, 1967
Decommissioned: April 7, 1993
Builder: Ingalls Shipbuilding, Pascagoula, Miss.
Propulsion system: one S5W2 nuclear reactor
Propellers: one
Length: 292.3 feet (89.1 meters)
Beam: 32.15 feet (9.8 meters)
Draft: 28.9 feet (8.8 meters)
Displacement: Surfaced: approx. 3,900 tons     Submerged: approx. 4,600 tons
Speed: Surfaced: approx. 20 knots     Submerged: approx. 30 knots
Armament: four 533 mm torpedo tubes for SUBROC, Mk-48 torpedoes, Harpoon and Tomahawk missiles
Crew: 12 Officers, 91 Enlisted


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Crew List:

This section contains the names of sailors who served aboard USS HADDOCK. It is no official listing but contains the names of sailors who submitted their information.


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Accidents aboard USS HADDOCK:

DateWhereEvents
June 13, 1964Ingalls Shipbuilding, Pascagoula, Miss.
Fire damages the hull of the HADDOCK while the submarine is still under construction at Ingalls.
December 6, 1975off Hawaii
USS HADDOCK develops a leak and floods during a deep dive while on a test run near Hawaii. The Navy confirms the incident, but denies the vessel is unsafe as crew members had charged in late October. A number of enlisted men had protested sending the submarine to sea, claiming it had cracks in the main cooling piping, leaks, and malfunctions and deficiencies in other systems, including the steering mechanism. The Navy replied that in accordance with strict safety procedures any problems are corrected before the ship goes to sea.


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