Crew members assemble on the deck of the USS Tennessee for the Trident submarine's commissioning ceremonies Saturday in Groton, Conn. A crowd of about 1,200 braved bitter cold for the ceremonies, and nearly 100 anti-nuclear weapons protesters gathered outside the gates of the Naval Underwater Systems Center, where the commissioning was held. No protesters were arrested. The Tennessee can carry the new Trident 2 missile, which has a 6,000-mile range and can hit up to 10 targets. It is the nation's ninth Trident submarine and will be based at Kings Bay, Ga.