The Largest Submarine in The U.S. Navy

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    USS Pennsylvania is a United States Navy Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine which has been in commission since 1989. The Ohio class is a class of nuclear powered submarines used by the United States Navy. The Navy has 18 Ohio-class ballistic missile submarines and guided missile submarines.
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    1. Lubko Melichercik

      This is best torpedo

    2. Garciaa Viorato


    3. Friend of Tellus

      The world should not have these nuclear madness technologies !!!

    4. Pierre Lucas

      Dear submarine conceptors, I would sign for projects like capsules inside these Marines military vehiculs if I had managed projects at Navy before in 90'. That's not correct to have put military people inside without exiting capsules.

    5. Pierre Lucas

      Alien military Marines vehicule

    6. Andrew Phillip

      Whoever shot a torpedo at that tiny rowboat was a savage

    7. Nemia Guillermo

      what if they added a ramming armor or weapon to a submarime....... i know that it is dangerous to the crew but think of it ramming a ship lower part like what swordfish does in old wood ships doesnt it look great as a last sort of attack like kamikaze thing

    8. Alex Vasilev

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1054">17:34</a> Nike Shox No Problem hahaha

    9. Susan Howell

      My baby served as a MM2 on this boat.

    10. Gazza

      The Russian typhoon is twice as big this isnt anywhere near the biggest

      1. Jailen Cobb

        Your comment just showed you can’t read

    11. Matnsmith Smith

      Ring ring, it's the future THIS IS COOL

    12. Ruthlessnoodle

      Thanks for THE LOCK DOWN!

    13. Ruthlessnoodle

      If I had the choice..... AT room temp

    14. Joshua King

      Wtf are they going to do when there's a uranium shortage? Sure it may be a long time before that but eventually it'll get to that point. Then their will be wars over that.



    16. Flop Flip

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="456">7:36</a> Michael Jackson would be proud

    17. MC_Pablo

      Narrator said "Thanks to the Hilton Sisters" huh!

    18. Douglas Strother

      The Allies were able to do to the U-boat fleet that the U-boats were unable to do to Allied merchant shipping. The USN did to Japan what the U-boats didn't, as well. They shattered Japanese merchant shipping. Find a copy of "Das Boot" in German w/subtitles and watch it with a good sound system. It's a hell of a movie. "Na, Männer, ... alles klar?" "JAWOLH, HERR KALEUN!" "Hafenstationen!"

    19. Pasang Tamang

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="463">7:43</a> somebody explain me gravity

      1. Douglas Strother

        A hard dive.

    20. Glow Edition

      you cant buy Cigarettes under 21 age in Sri Lanka ; join US Navy to drive a massive sub

    21. Victoria Fernandez

      Good Morning America....#Money

    22. 버터허니

      Hunter Killer brings me here

    23. Paris Paterson

      Who’s here 2020

    24. TheIrfanxz44

      Thanks to Hitler 95% of technology is from him

    25. Josef stalin

      I congratulate for those who risk their lives just to Film the Submarine outside in the ocean or in the sea☺️

    26. Madman Bazemore

      Instead of the atom they could use a pair of my old under wear😂😂😒

    27. edjss

    28. Alex Hula

      People spend too much money and time to kill each other 🤦‍♂️

      1. Bryson Jones

        Alex Hula that’s just the reality of war man

    29. Four

      one big boi

    30. BlackExister25

      But how does it steer?

    31. Paul Hetherington

      Chem- heated genes, and externals. Egytian = GREEK. But fractions-- aren't of life! LIAR! Medchemar-- Battle intel, heated personal, watch station-- middle east. Now say, licensed DR--Nurse. You now, see self as, a terrorist, spies, demoniacs.

    32. Paul Hetherington

      arrogance at fractions-- of controls? Or energy, they imagine. There are, formulas-- that see, parallel of- binoculars-- lar= ship in Hawaiian. But, BI'NO'= I exist, not!

    33. Paul Hetherington

      Or "Get kicked out of, bases!" For seriously bad conduct-- always there! This GOV, is done!

    34. Fusspilzsammler aus Leidenschaft

      My girlfriend always gets aroused when she sees a submarine. She always says "they are long, thick and full of seamen!"

    35. Kimuhu Ivy

      the chemist is so passionate,he's the highlight of this entire video

    36. kristiyan Atanasov

      Ok this is cool But I have one question. What if the sub is deep and there is like cliffs and the crew are eating. How do you move the sub up and down if the crew are eating and there are cliffs like that. Does anyone have an answer to this question?

      1. Douglas Strother

        Due to the range of the weapon systems, the sub is mostly in open ocean.


      Send it to China

    38. Bhadoria Stunts Academy

      Love america🇺🇸 from India🇮🇳

    39. Eymen Yilmaz

      This sumbarine is made in 2013 just wait what we ar gonna make in 2030

    40. Spaide man

      Its Long, Hard and full of Seamen - Dr.Evil

    41. Dennis Huang

      That scientist didn't wear safety goggles smh

    42. thenastyon GÀMER

      Submarines are dangerous they always sink

    43. Muhammad Fazz

      K-19 is the first submarine using reactor nuclear as power resources.

    44. Joe H.S

      Why is there an oxygen generator on a US submarine named Paris Hilton? Let that sink in.

    45. Сергей Шилов

      What are x-embassadors of USA ( they are just x-embajadores. you see x - only one axis. true true and what is xembajadores. Es como besa me mucho con mucho gusto. claro que no es asi en mass mediamente. So what are they practising those who write such posts. You mean those sharks like attacks? Have you ever seen corona curves? oh yeah many times. They are the teeth of the corona! wow navigators!

    46. Sammie Dingle

      Cool video

    47. sushiii

      love submarines

    48. Joseph Murphy

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1075">17:55</a> damn boi he thicc

    49. Leo2002cn

      Love this documentary! Proud to be an American citizen. Salute all the scientists and engineers who made this marvous machine!

    50. zzztubazzz

      This Submarines can cost about 100 million USD very nice

    51. Privvyrecords

      Pakistan could pluck that feather out of the ocean with her little finger

    52. Joey Persinger

      Idk but submarine guy are odd to me.

    53. Gambit Games

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="580">9:40</a> when she like Minecraft

    54. Jesus is Muslim

      Waste of money.. When was the LAST naval battle? World War 2! Since then US Navy was useless in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq.

    55. Kenny Setiawan

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="459">7:39</a> hahaha moon walk

    56. Twasin Junaed

      If the nuclear reactor heats up water to make steem and the steem turns the motor then the submarine is steem powered

    57. Mountain Anderson

      Idk what it is, but theres something so eerie and sinister about that sail and fins on the sub

    58. Jorge Sanchez

      Why the heck do you refer a submarine as a 'her'?

    59. Pontus Eriksson

      Russia left the chat

    60. Aleksander Razny

      Ja Submarine. Ja U.S. Navy. Ja Aleksander Razny.🌐.

    61. Master Sergeant

      Respect to my silent service brothers.

    62. 1분늬우스 • 조회수 777만회

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="139">2:19</a> 그와중에 한진 실화냐...

    63. JT Jensen

      This is a Boomer, God like force! sodom and gomorrah are like child's play for this sub! destruction of 10 to 20 big cities is its game.

    64. James Stern

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1235">20:35</a> Did I just hear him say, "they can't use air, so they decided to use air instead"?

      1. Chase Janus

        Compressed air

    65. tweezerjam34

      Imagine all the cool stuff we’re not allowed to see or even know about. 🤔

    66. tweezerjam34

      Tax dollars well spent. Deterrents like these keep us safe. USA USA USA 🇺🇸

    67. Susan Howell

      My son is a machinist's mate on this vessel.

    68. julle huu

      captain nemo i dont know what kind a life it really is on sub marine but when i was youn kid i thinnk i woud really enjoy thease kind a breaks from societys bullshit news ect

    69. Diwitdhar Pati tripathi

      Missile launch from the bottom of the ocean.

    70. dave g

      How do you name an Ohio class submarine the USS Pennsylvania ?

    71. Yong Liem

      You are invinted to my party!

    72. Yong Liem

      Happy Birthday!!!!!!

    73. Harry

      If a rocket powered missile needs air to operate, then how do rockets operate in outer space?

    74. reagan pm

      A single lone SSBN(nuclear missile sub) is considered the fifth most destructive "nation" in the world when it it is out at sea.

    75. as usual

      worst thing in world because it can harmful to other.......i will through bomb to you and you will through after two or three day.....i don't like those ....

    76. TheΣnginεεr

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1226">20:26</a> Uhhm, excuse me?? No they don't. How the fuck would they get to space, if they needed air? Of course rocket engines can be fired under water. And they are being used under water as propulsion for supercavitation torpedos like the Shkval. And I think some SSBN types light the engines of their missiles under water. Not sure about that tho. I'm sure there are very good reasons for the Ohio boats and the Trident missile to use compressed air to launch, but rocket engines needing air certainly isn't one of them... I quite liked the documentary up to this point. But this is such a stupid mistake, it discredited the hole rest of it.

    77. Eduard Borceanu

      How about the typhoon of Russia

    78. State Of Wyoming

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="89">1:29</a> Me who has not left my house in a while: *job*

    79. Ashutosh Mukherjee

      1 piss

    80. Becauseima Genius

      My grandmother's brother, who is still alive and will be 100 years old this year, made all of the nuclear missiles for our Nuclear Navy from 1956 up through the end of the Cold War. He worked with Admiral Rickover. He also met one person from the Manhattan Project.