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S1C Nuclear Power Training Unit (NTPU)
Located at Windsor Locks, Connecticut in the midst of some shade-grown tobacco fields, the S1C plant was the prototype reactor for the USS Tullibee (SSN-597). Except for its size, and the fact that it had turbo-electric drive, the system layout was similar to the S5W reactor plants being used in most nuclear-powered submarines at the time. This was very beneficial to the graduates for their future qualification when they got assigned to their first nuclear-powered submarine. The S1C plant at the Windsor site in Connecticut was shutdown in March 1994, and defueling was completed in 1995.
Carl Henrickson said:January 19, 2012 3:24 pm PST
I worked the midnight shift while going to college in one of the sister sites. It was the Dranesville Central office. Seeing these pictures was like old home week.
Del Laughery said:January 15, 2012 11:31 am PST
I never visited the Nuclear Power Training Unit at Windsor Locks, but I was a career submarine nuclear power plant operator and supervisor. Where, specifically, was the NPTU?
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David Dun said:January 1, 2012 4:27 am PST
Former 16C Fire Control Crewman at NY-56 (Fort Hancock, Sandy Hook, NJ) 1971-1974; and A/5/6 ADA in Schoenborn, West Germany 1975-1977; A/2/52 ADA Everglades, FL 1978; then out. Old Cold Warriors, c'mon back.
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