The Seawolf Class attack submarine (SSN) was the intended successor to the Los Angeles class. Compared to previous Los Angeles class submarines, Seawolf subs are larger, faster, and significantly quieter; they also carry more weapons and have twice as many torpedo tubes, for a total of 8. The end of the Cold War and budget constraints led to the cancellation in 1995 of any further additions to the fleet, leaving the Seawolf class limited to just three boats. ISO Group provides military sea spare parts, components and solutions for the Seawolf Class. ISO Group can provide Engine Assemblies, Rotables, Consumables, Electronics, Hardware, Fasteners, Accessories and Structural Assemblies for the Seawolf Class.