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USS Maine (SSBN-741)

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Ordered:October 5, 1988
Laid down:July 3, 1990
Launched:July 16, 1994
Delivered:June 23, 1995
Commissioned:July 29, 1995
Fate:in service
General Characteristics
Displacement:16600 tons light, 18700 tons full, 2100 tons dead
Length:560 feet
Beam:42 feet
Draft:38 feet
Speed:30+ knots
Complement:13 officers, 140 enlisted
Armament:24 Trident missiles, four 21-inch torpedo tubes

USS Maine (SSBN-741), an Ohio-class Trident ballistic missile nuclear submarine, was the fourth ship of the United States Navy authorized (the third commissioned) to be named in honor of the 23rd state. The contract to build her was awarded to the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics, Groton, Connecticut, on 5 October 1988, and construction began on 3 July 1990. Maine was launched on 16 July 1994, delivered to the Navy on 23 June 1995, and commissioned on 29 July 1995.

Maine is homeported in Kings Bay, Georgia.

See USS Maine for other ships of this name.