|Ohio Class Nuclear-Powered Sub|
The Ohio Class Nuclear-Powered Submarines is a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine currently operated by the United States Navy, introduced in 1981 to replace the 1960s-vintage Benjamin Franklin- and Lafayette-class submarines. It is first featured in the 1998 TriStar Pictures Godzilla film in GODZILLA.
After the military failed trapping Zilla in Central Park and New York City was still under Zilla's attack, three nuclear submarines were sent to the ocean to hit the monster with powerful torpedoes. Once Zilla dove into the ocean, the Los Angeles-Class Nuclear Attack Sub fired its torpedo, which Zilla simply led back at the sub's hull, leaving only the two Ohio Class Nuclear-Powered Submarines. While Zilla tried to flee, beginning to burrow away, both submarines fired a torpedo. Locked on to Zilla, both torpedoes hit the monster, and it roared as it sank into the ocean, leading the military to declare it dead, an assumption that proved wrong.
When an American Ohio Class Nuclear Sub mysteriously disappeared in the waters off Guam, the JSDF deployed the research submersible Satsuma to find its wreckage. The Satsuma eventually found the remains of the sub on the sea floor, with what appeared to be huge claw marks in its hull. Suddenly, something large moved past the Satsuma, causing its sister craft to smash into a nearby rock and explode. As the water settled, the Satsuma operator witnessed the huge glowing dorsal plates of a gigantic creature move behind several rocks.
- Equipped with an armament of torpedoes and 24 Trident II D-5 ballistic missiles.
- GODZILLA (First Appearances)
- Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack