Navy Says Goodbye To Groton-Based Arson-Damaged SubThe Navy said farewell Friday to the USS Miami, the nuclear-powered submarine whose service was cut short when a shipyard employee trying to get out of work set it on fire.
$71M Spent on USS Miami Before Repair ScuttledThe Navy spent about $71 million on cleanup, planning and initial repairs on the fire-damaged USS Miami before scuttling plans to restore the nuclear-powered submarine.
Navy: USS Miami Inactivation Won't Hurt Connecticut ShipyardThe arson-damaged USS Miami will be deactivated at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and extra repair work will be steered to Connecticut-based Electric Boat, minimizing the effect on workers at both shipyards, the Navy's director of undersea warfare said Wednesday.
Fire Damage May Force Scrapping Of Submarine Based In GrotonA fire that swept through the Groton-based nuclear-powered submarine USS Miami at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard caused extensive damage to its forward compartments, raising questions about whether it might have to be scrapped.

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