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The nuclear submarine USS Scorpion is seen in the Atlantic Ocean in 1968 - The nuclear attak submarine Scorpion which was reported overdue at sea by the Pentagon May 27, 1968. A defense department statement said the sub had been scheduled to return to Norfolk, Va., at 1 P.M. May 27 at the end of a routine training operation. The Scorpion was last heard from May 21, 1968. This June 27, 1960, Handout picture shows the "USS Scorpion" nuclear-powered attak submarine (SSN-589) at New London, Ct., USA during builders trials. Vice Admiral Hyman G. Rickover is standing on her sailplanes with another officer. (AP-Photo/ag/u.s. Navy-HO) June 08, 2000
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