NH Man Sentenced To 17 Years, $400 Million In Restitution Over Nuclear Sub FireA shipyard worker who set fire to the USS Miami because he wanted to go home and ended up causing $450 million in damage is due to be sentenced.
Burned Submarine Expected Back In Service In 2015A fire-damaged submarine is expected to return to Navy service by the middle of 2015 following the replacement of cables, pipes and other scorched interior components.
NH Man Charged With Setting $400 Million Submarine Fire To Stay In JailA civilian shipyard worker accused of setting a fire that caused $400 million in damage to a nuclear-powered submarine should remain in jail because he is too great a risk to society, a federal magistrate judge ruled Wednesday.
$400 Million Fire On Nuclear Submarine Started In A Vaccuum CleanerPreliminary findings from Navy investigators suggest a fire aboard a dry-docked submarine started in a vacuum cleaner used by shipyard workers, officials said Wednesday. The Navy also confirmed a preliminary estimate of $400 million for repairs.
False Alarm For Fire-Damaged US Navy Sub In MaineThe Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Fire Department responded to a report of another potential fire aboard the USS Miami submarine Wednesday, but it turned out to be a false alarm.
Cost To Repair Nuclear Submarine In Maine Could Exceed $400 MillionAn early estimate from the Navy puts the price tag for repairs of a fire-damaged submarine in the range of about $400 million.
Fire Extinguished On Nuclear Submarine In MaineA fire on a nuclear submarine off the coast of Maine is now out, officials announced Thursday morning.
Submarine At Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Catches FireFour people were injured in the blaze on the USS Miami at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.