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While we were attempting to lower boats, the submarine emerged and trained guns on us.
The submarine was withdrawing toward the north, but all the time it was shelling the open boats, three of them, loaded to the gunwales with survivors.
I told her, then, as well as I could, all that I had seen--the submarine shelling the open boats and all the rest of it.
But how admit that the construction of this submarine boat had escaped the public eye?
I had published in France a work in quarto, in two volumes, entitled Mysteries of the Great Submarine Grounds.
The series of soundings taken by the Susquehanna, had for its aim the finding of a favorable spot for the laying of a submarine cable to connect the Hawaiian Islands with the coast of America.
Finally, the shells in the Peuquenes or oldest ridge, prove, as before remarked, that it has been upraised 14,000 feet since a Secondary period, which in Europe we are accustomed to consider as far from ancient; but since these shells lived in a moderately deep sea, it can be shown that the area now occupied by the Cordillera, must have subsided several thousand feet -- in northern Chile as much as 6000 feet -- so as to have allowed that amount of submarine strata to have been heaped on the bed on which the shells lived.
More than 4,000 suppliers in 47 states and the District of Columbia produce millions of parts for the submarines.
In 1870 Jules Verne "invented" one of the greatest submarines ever, the Nautilus, in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.
The United States is strengthening its strategic nuclear capacity in the Pacific by diverting its strategic nuclear submarines from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and upgrading nuclear warheads, in an apparent move to keep China and North Korea in check, U.
With its current 80 P-3Cs, along with destroyers and SH-60 patrol helicopters, the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force is seen as having top class capability in detecting submarines.
Team Submarine, which is comprised of SEA 92, SEA 93, PEO Submarines and associated program offices and Corporate Operations, manages all submarine acquisition, modernization and life-cycle programs.