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The USS ALBANY (SSN-753), a Los Angeles class submarine, was commissioned on 7 APR 1990. USS ALBANY serves her country from her homeport of

The USS ALBANY (SSN-753) deployment history and significant events of her service career follow:

SSN-753 Deployments - Major Events

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Month Year to Month Year Deployment / Event
APR 1985 - Keel Date: 22 APR 1985
at Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Newport News VA
JUN 1987 - Launch Date: 13 JUN 1987
APR 1990 - Commissioned: 7 APR 1990
JAN 1991 - JAN 1995 North Atlantic-Med-Indian Ocean
APR 1997 - OCT 1997 Mediterranean-Indian Ocean-Persian Gulf
JAN 1999 - JUL 1999 Blue Nose - Arctic Circle

SSN-753 General Specifications

Class: Los Angeles-class submarine

Named for: The City of Albany

Complement: 15 Officers and 98 Enlisted

Displacement: 5746 tons

Length: 362 feet

Beam: 32 feet 10 inches


The fifth Albany (SSN-753) was laid down on 22 April 1985 at Newport News, Va., by the Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry dock Co.; launched on 13 June 1987; sponsored by Mrs. Nancy M. Kissinger; and was commissioned on 7 April 1990, Commander Darl R. Anderson in command.

[Note: The above USS ALBANY (SSN-753) history may, or may not, contain text provided by crew members of the USS ALBANY (SSN-753), or by other non-crew members, and text from the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships]