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Welcome to the Logroom.

The Archives contain the history of the boat, homeports, overseas deployments and port calls, and historical documents pertaining to the history of the USS William H. Bates. Newspaper clippings, press releases, and other relevant historical items will be published here.

The history of the USS William H. Bates is summarized neatly in the Boat History section. Under development are listings of all the boat's deployments and home ports as well.

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    The French Army will test key parts of its new strategic vision, which emphasizes readiness for high-intensity conflict, in a major exercise this April with key allies, the United States and United Kingdom. In an Association of the United States Army online event Tuesday, Maj. Gen. Michel Delion, director of France’s Center for Doctrine and […]
  • Submarine Force Changing Training, Acquisition to Focus on Warfare Against Sophisticated Adversary
    The submarine fleet has shifted its focus from operational readiness to warfighting readiness, and with that new mindset has come changes in how the fleet conducts training, acquisition and maintenance, several officials said last week. After a post-Cold War focus on intelligence missions, “I think we had slipped a little bit on just having the […]
  • 1963 USS Thresher Investigation: Rickover Testimony
    This week, the Navy released the third set of documents from a previously classified investigation into the April 10, 1963 loss of USS Thresher and its crew of 129 sailors off the coast of New England. A freedom of information lawsuit from retired Navy Capt. James Bryant, a former Thresher-class submarine commander, compelled the Navy […]
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