The USS Pasadena (SSN-75) is a Los Angeles class submarine and the third ship of the United States Navy named after Pasadena, California. It is a nuclear attack submarine, and its crew consists of 1,285 officers and enlisted men. The USS Pasadena (CL 6) entered Pearl Harbor (Hawaii) during an NROTC midshipman cruise in the summer of 1948. The USS Pasadena has participated in several exercises with the Royal Saudi, Omani and Australian Navies, and was the first nuclear attack submarine (SSN) in the United States to carry out exercises with the Indian Navy in the MALABAR naval exercise. The speed of the USS Pasadena is classified information, as it is a military vessel.
However, it is known that Los Angeles class submarines are capable of reaching speeds of up to 25 knots while submerged. The USS Pasadena is an important part of the United States Navy's fleet, and its speed and capabilities are essential for its mission. The submarine's speed allows it to remain undetected while on patrol, and its advanced technology allows it to carry out its mission with precision and accuracy.