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  • noun Plural form of SSGN.

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Examples

  • Mark Thompson that three former strategic missile submarines converted to carry Tomahawk cruise missiles (SSGNs) surfaced on the same day, June [...] - Microsoft said it will deliver four security updates next week to patch five vulnerabilities in Windows and Office, including the bug that a Google researcher took public a month ago.

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  • Converted Ohio class SSGNs have already replaced nuclear missiles with American special forces and land attack missiles, and the

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  • When questioned, U.S. Navy officials responded that, for the first time, all four SSGNs were operating at sea, in locations distant from their bases.

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  • In the last month, three of the four American SSGNs (former ballistic missile subs each now carrying 154 cruise missiles and SEAL commando teams) appeared in the Pacific and Indian oceans (the Philippines, South Korea and Diego Garcia).

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  • China, but, in fact, the SSGNs go where the potential trouble is.

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  • In future, the SSGNs may also carry UUV underwater robotic vehicles and even UAVs for aerial operations.

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  • There is a new class of SSGNs under construction, but progress, and promised funding increases, have been slow.

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  • In future, the SSGNs may also carry UUV underwater robotic vehicles and even UAVs for aerial operations.

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  • In future, the SSGNs may also carry UUV underwater robotic vehicles and even UAVs for aerial operations.

    Defense Industry Daily

  • In future, the SSGNs may also carry UUV underwater robotic vehicles and even UAVs for aerial operations.

    Defense Industry Daily

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