USS Alabama (SSBN 731)

$10.50

In May 1988, a highly successful Fleet Operational Test Missile firing was conducted, launching two TRIDENT I (C-4) missiles. On 1 September 1988, USS ALABAMA moored at Bangor, Washington, to complete the ship’s 9th patrol and the 100th Strategic Deterrent Patrol by a TRIDENT submarine.

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Description

USS ALABAMA (SSBN 731) is the sixth TRIDENT class nuclear-powered fleet ballistic missile submarine, and the fifth United States ship to bear the name. On 25 May 1985, USS ALABAMA was commissioned at Naval Underwater Systems Center, New London, Connecticut.  Vice Admiral B. M. Kauderer, USN, was the Commissioning Officer. Since commissioning, the crews of ALABAMA have been highly decorated for the quality of service and efficiency of performance.

In May 1988, a highly successful Fleet Operational Test Missile firing was conducted, launching two TRIDENT I (C-4) missiles. On 1 September 1988, USS ALABAMA moored at Bangor, Washington, to complete the ship’s 9th patrol and the 100th Strategic Deterrent Patrol by a TRIDENT submarine.

This coin honors the sailors who have served aboard this submarine and salutes their fine service.

Minted in a brass alloy, this coin is given an antique finish, then imbued with the bold colors of the emblem of the USS Alabama.

Each coin measures 1 3/4 inch (44mm) in diameter.

This is a surplus NWTM item. Packaging may vary.

This coin features an out of date design and will not be remade after product is sold out.

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