There is a piece of Santa Fe docked at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, whether Santa Feans know it or not.
It’s not exactly a small piece, either. It’s a 361-foot long behemoth of a Navy nuclear submarine, originally commissioned in 1942, that holds a 120-person crew and proudly boasts the name USS Santa Fe. This week, the ship’s commanding officer, Timothy Poe, and chief, Juan Gonzales, will make their first trip to Santa Fe to build a relationship between the city and its namesake vessel — a relationship that has been almost nonexistent until now.
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