The USS Pasadena (SSN 75) is a Los Angeles-class attack submarine, a part of the United States Navy's core. On October 31, 2003, the submarine returned to the Pearl Harbor Naval Station after an eight-month deployment in the Western Pacific, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, as part of the USS Nimitz (CVN 6) Carrier Strike Group. The USS Pasadena also visited Guam, Japan and Malaysia. On November 23, it departed from Fleet Activities Yokosuka after a six-day port layover.
On December 4, the submarine returned to Pearl Harbor after a six-month deployment to the western Pacific. It participated in two exercises at various levels and visited five ports. On December 14, the USS Pasadena departed Pearl Harbor for a scheduled deployment to the western Pacific. On June 22, it returned to homeport after a six-month deployment.
The submarine also visited the ports of Saipan and Guam. On September 2, The Pasadena arrived at NSB New London in Groton, Connecticut. On November 8, it arrived at its new homeport at Point Loma Naval Base in San Diego, California. On January 19, the upgraded-class attack submarine from Los Angeles arrived at the White Beach Naval Facility, Okinawa, for a short stop.
On February 26, it docked outboard the USS Louisville (SSN 72) at Fleet Activities Pier 13, Yokosuka (Japan), for a five-day port layover; a short stop in Sasebo for the transfer of personnel on March 6, 9 and 12. On April 6, the USS Pasadena docked at Akasaki Pier at Fleet Activities Sasebo for a three-day port layover. On May 1, SSN 752 docked at Pier 1 of the Busan Naval Base (Republic of Korea) for a scheduled port visit. On July 3, it docked at November Pier at Point Loma Naval Base after a six-month deployment. On September 22, the USS Pasadena departed its homeport for a scheduled deployment to the western Pacific. On December 22, it docked at the 13S berth in Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan, for 15-day maintenance.
February 24, it docked outboard the USS Emory S. Land (AS 3) at Alpha Wharf, in the port of Apra, Guam, for a week of fleet maintenance availability (FMAV). It moored outboard of the USS Frank Cable (AS 40) on Majuro Atoll (Republic of the Marshall Islands) for a training exercise from March 13 to 1?On March 28, SSN 752 made a brief stop at Point Loma Naval Base to board Nuclear Propulsion Examination Board (NPEB) personnel for the Operational Reactor Safeguards Examination (ORSE). On August 29, it docked at berth 46, Outer Harbor in the port of Los Angeles, San Pedro, California. On April?, it departed San Diego for a scheduled deployment to the western Pacific.
On October 13, SSN 752 made a brief stop at Point Loma Naval Base to board Nuclear Propulsion Examination Board (NPEB) personnel for the Operational Reactor Safeguards Examination (ORSE). On October 15, it docked at November Pier North at Point Loma Naval Base after a six-month deployment. On June 20th ,the USS Pasadena docked at Point Loma Naval Base after starting routine operations; it was back on track on June 2? ; Short stop at Point Loma for the transfer of personnel on June 24; returned home on June 27; moored at November Pier North on August 24. On November 25th ,the submarine moored at berth 1 , pier 3 of Norfolk Naval Station after six days of marching for routine operations; it restarted on December 1st. On September 7th ,it moved from Pier 14 to Pier 3 , Pier 3 of Norfolk Naval Station ; it restarted on September 7th. On November 9th ,it made a brief stop at Sasebo Fleet Activities , Japan ,for personnel transfer ; a brief stop at White Beach Naval Facility , Okinawa ,on December day. On June 30th ,the USS Pasadena moored at berth 4 , pier 3 of Norfolk Naval Station ,after eight days of marching for routine operations ; it was back on track from July 8th to 26th ; moved to mooring 4 , pier August 14th.
USS Pasadena (CL 6) Entering Pearl Harbor , Hawaii , during an NROTC midshipman cruise in summer 1948 .While deployed ,the Pasadena participated in several exercises with Royal Navies of Saudi Arabia , Oman and Australia ,and was first United States nuclear powered attack submarine (SSN )to carry out exercises .