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US Navy
http://www.navy.mil/
From here, you can find your way to any one the Navy's many sites. Features include the Navy Fact File, the "Status of the Navy," digital images, Navy news, jobs, links, and more.

Historic Ship Nautilus Home Page
http://www.ussnautilus.org/
Take a virtual tour of the historic ship Nautilus or browse through the museum's online catalog.

Sonar Control
http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Dojo/4946/e_index.html
Ever wondered what a Diving Alarm onboard a WW II fleet submarine sounds like? This site has a sound library for submarines (requires Real Player 5.0).

Museum of Science and Industry's Tour of the U-505
http://www.msichicago.org/exhibit/U505/U505home.html
Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry offers a short history and Quicktime VR tour of the U-505, a German World War II submarine.

Submarine World Portsmouth - A Tour of HMS Alliance
http://www.rnsubmus.co.uk/tour/alliance.htm
Take a photographic tour of the HMS Alliance, from the Royal Navy Submarine Museum in England.

Submarine Fleet - Diesel and Nuclear Submarine Homepages
http://www.rontini.com/fleet.html
Here you will find perhaps the most comprehensive list of submarine homepages anywhere on the Web.

The Golden Rivet
http://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/3392/humor.html
This page, devoted to submarine humor, includes the complete list of suggestions for the ex-submariner who misses "the good old days on the boat."


Books
Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage by Sherry Sontag and Christopher Drew. PublicAffairs, 1998.
Veteran investigative journalists Sherry Sontag and Christopher Drew tell the story of American submarine espionage from the years following World War II through the Clinton Administration. Six years in the making, this triumph of reporting reads like a spy thriller, except that everything is true.

Submarine: A Guided Tour Inside a Nuclear Warship by Tom Clancy. Berkley Books, 1993.
This non-fiction work is the authoritative guide to the American nuclear submarine. Beautifully illustrated and thoroughly reported, Clancy takes his readers step by step through the U.S.S. Miami, the British H.M.S. Triumph, and other subs around the world. Complete with a glossary of submarine jargon, this comprehensive work is a must for sub enthusiasts.

The Jennifer Project by Clyde W. Burleson. Texas A&M University Press, 1997.
The Jennifer Project tells the story of the CIA's effort to raise a Russian missile submarine that sank 750 miles northwest of Hawaii in 1968.


Special Thanks
Lt. Bob Mehal
Lt. Cmdr. Bob Ross
Lt. Cmdr. Ben Siclayer
EM1 Andrew Giles
FT1 Kieth Nelson
ET2 Richard White
Petty Officer Cristina Asencio
John Greshem
Lauren Sheftell


Credits
Lauren Aguirre, Senior Producer
Kim Ducharme, Designer
Karen Hartley, Hot Science Developer
Brenden Kootsey, Technologist
Rob Meyer, Production Assistant
Sheri Lyn Rosenzweig, Intern
Peter Tyson, Producer
Annie Valva, QuickTime VR Photography


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