"Forgotten" Submarine Uh-Ohs
In a comment, Chapomatic mentioned the USS Birmingham drydock tipping incident, which I had completely forgotten. I guess this opened up a dormant section of my brain, because I immediately thought back to the "Bremerha" collision of the mid-80s (short story -- the Bremerton and Omaha were moored one in front of the other, the one in front was testing Main Engines astern and got a little carried away, and backed into the one astern). Anyone else had a "funny now that it's done" memory of a submarine "aw crap" story that you just remembered? (Note: The Kentucky-San Juan collision is probably too recent to be added to the "humorous" section yet.)
Update 2111 03 Apr: I can't believe I almost forgot what is arguably the biggest "uh-oh": USS Guittaro (SSN 665) sinking at the dock at Mare Island in May 1969.