- Commanding Officer - Cmdr. Todd Weeks
- Executive Officer - Lt. Cmdr. Neil Steinhagen
- Chief of the Boat - MMCM(SS) James Mersereau
|Length: 360 feet
||Speed: Greater than 20 knots
||Keel Laid: June 19, 1987|
|Breadt: 33 feet
||Depth: Greater than 800 feet
||Launched: June 23, 1990|
|Displacement: 6,900 tons
||Complement: 130-140 officer and enlisted crew
||Commissioned: June 29, 1991|
The submarine Alexandria (SSN 757) is the third vessel to bear a name that is shared by cities in both Louisiana and Virginia.
The first boat named Alexandria was a side-wheeled steamer built at Plaquemine, La., in 1862, and commissioned in December 1863. From its commissioning until the end of the Civil War, the steamer was assigned to the Mississippi squadron. It operated in the 1st District which encompassed the area between Donaldsonville, La., and Cairo, Ill.
The vessel was sold at Mound City, Ill., in August 1865.
The second Alexandria (PF-18) was a patrol escort launched on January 15, 1944, at Lorain, Ohio, by the Amercian Shipbuilding Company under a maritime commissioning contract. After being commissioned March 11, 1945, the vessel reported to the Atlantic Fleet. The Coast Guard stationed Alexandria off Newfoundland on weather patrol from June 1945 to February 1946. The boat was decommissioned April 10, 1946, and sold one year later.
April 3, 2013 - USS Alexandria Returns from a Six-Month Deployment
Oct. 21, 2011 - USS Alexandria Shows their Team Spirit during Visit to U.S. Naval Academy
July 13, 2011 - USS Alexandria Receives SECNAV Safety Excellence Award
June 28, 2011 - USS Alexandria to Receive the SECNAV Safety Excellence Award
Feb 23,2011 USS Alexandria Commander Commands GW Parade
Jan. 28, 2011 -USS Alexandria (SSN 757) Changes Commanders
Dec. 18, 2010 - Submarine Sailors Come Home for the Holidays
May 21, 2010 - Miss Louisiana Boosts Morale of Deploying Submarine