Undersea Warfare The Official Magazine of the U.S. Submarine Force Fall 2003 U.S. Submarines… Because Stealth Matters Cover of Fall 2003 Issue
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On the Cover

USS Connecticut (SSN-22) surfaces through the Arctic ice near the University of Washington's Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station during ICEX-03. To learn how this ice camp was established, what it’s like to live in such a remote and dangerous environment, and how this camp supported critical submarine testing, click here.

Photo by Mark Kurrus, NUWC

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On the Back

“Emergency Blow” by Nate Ostrow. Mr. Ostrow is a Department of Defense Technical Illustrator with extensive experience creating artwork for the Submarine Force and other DoD organizations. His work can be found in the wardrooms and other spaces aboard more than 25 Navy and Coast Guard ships, as well as in the Pentagon, SUBLANT and SUBPAC headquarters, the Bowfin Museum, the Naval Submarine League, and elsewhere. The artist visited the World Trade Center Restricted Zone with the U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Strike Team in November 2001 and recently joined the U.S. Coast Guard Art Program. He has also worked as a concept artist for General Dynamics Electric Boat and Marinette Marine Corp.

“Emergency Blow” is a recent addition to his portfolio, illustrating a familiar training evolution often performed by U.S. submarines.