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U.S. Navy seaman Jacob Reichenbach of Nisswa is shown in Bremerton, Wash. Submitted Photo

Reichenbach serving aboard Navy ship

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Reichenbach serving aboard Navy ship

U.S. Navy seaman Jacob Reichenbach of Nisswa, a fire control technician, is serving aboard the USS Louisiana (SSBN 743) Gold Crew in the U.S. Navy protecting and defending America on the world's oceans aboard one of the world's most advanced submarines.

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The Navy's ballistic missile submarines, often referred to as "boomers," serve as an undetectable launch platform for intercontinental ballistic missiles. They are designed specifically for stealth, extended patrols and the precise delivery of missiles if directed by the president.

The Ohio-class design allows the submarines to operate for 15 or more years between major overhauls. On average, the submarines spend 77 days at sea followed by 35 days in-port for maintenance.

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