Photos: The end of the USS Miami

On Tuesday, August 6, the Navy announced that despite the demand for attack submarines being "as strong as ever," <a href='http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/07/us/navy-submarine-lost/index.html?iref=allsearch'>the USS Miami is being deactivated because the repairs are too costly</a>. The submarine was damaged in 2012 after worker Casey James Fury set a fire on board the sub.

On Tuesday, August 6, the Navy announced that despite the demand for attack submarines being "as strong as ever," the USS Miami is being deactivated because the repairs are too costly. The submarine was damaged in 2012 after worker Casey James Fury set a fire on board the sub.