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The Navy’s saddest fast-attack sub will finally get the tender loving maintenance it needs


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Back in October 2015, Adele soared to the top of the pop charts with the song “Hello,” and then-Vice President Joe Biden confirmed he would not be running for president the following year.

It was also the last month that the hapless fast-attack submarine Boise was out on patrol.

The boat was supposed to head into maintenance back then, but an unending backlog in availabilities meant the sub had to wait … and wait … and wait.

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