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Inside the USS Jimmy Carter: America's Most Secret Attack Submarine Ever

Joseph Trevithick Security, What is this submarine doing?  The unit makes no mention of intelligence gathering. But while the name implies a solely experimental function, the sailing branch routinely uses these types of monikers for special or elite groups. The near legendary terrorist-hunting SEAL Team Six is officially called the Naval Special Warfare Development Group.
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