I was not certain whether this should go in the "US" forum but since this is breaking and ongoing I thought I would post it here; especially as it involves a SSN. USS Miami caught fire before 1800 today (Wednesday) while in drydock at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine. From video on the TV at 2300 the fire is still burning inside the sub. Her reactor reactor was in cold shutdown for overhaul and there was no ordinance on board. A foam fire truck is on it's way from Boston's Logan Airport at this time as well as a US Navy fire truck from Groton, Connecticut. They will assist the Maine and New Hampshire firefighters working on the fire now. (Portsmouth Naval Shipyard sits on the Maine/New Hampshire border). There are reports that several firefighter have been brought to hospital. Submarine At Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Catches Fire « CBS Boston Fire still burning aboard nuclear-powered USS Miami | SeacoastOnline.com Note: Miami is a Los Angeles Class (SSN 68 fast attack sub. Of the original 62 ships in the class only 42 remain in active service.