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The Navy Has One Submarine That Could Drop 154 Tomahawk Missiles on North Korea

Sebastien Roblin Security, The story of the Ohio-Class SSGN.  The Ohio SSGNs’ awesome firepower, however, will only remain in the U.S. Navy for around another decade or so, at which time the entire fleet of Ohio-class submarines will be gradually replaced with the new Columbia-class ballistic-missile submarines. The conventional land-attack role will be taken up by the large fleet of Virginia-class attack submarines, which can be equipped with the Virginia Payload Module to launch up to forty Tomahawks each.
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