Amphibious Assault Ship 7 Story Archive

Tripoli Sailors Help Local Community  (26 October 2017)
Members of Pre-Commissioning Unit Tripoli came together to support a local cause Oct. 19 in Theodore, Alabama, assembling boxes of food for Thanksgiving for Feeding the Gulf Coast.
Tripoli Sailors Assist Navy Veteran in Community Project  (30 October 2018)
Sailors from USS Tripoli (LHA 7) Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) stationed in Pascagoula, Miss. assisted in a community service project for George "Doc" Dodge, a Navy Veteran living in Pensacola, Fla. who was in need of a new roof for his home.
Volunteering for Veterans  (30 January 2019)
Sailors from Pre-Commissioning Detachment Tripoli (LHA 7) in San Diego took a few hours out of their day to assist past service members at Veterans Village of San Diego (VVSD) on Jan. 17, 2019.
Tripoli Sailor Sets GOLD Standard  (19 February 2019)
On Feb. 8, Electronics Technician 2nd Class Jeffrey Herms was selected as one of two recipients for the Chief of Naval Operations' Gold Disk Awards Program during the third quarter of fiscal year 2018.
Bringing a Ship to Life, Part 1: Waterfront Qualifications   (11 June 2019)
A qualified crew is essential for a warship, and the Sailors who man them, but how do Sailors get qualifications without a ship?
Bringing the Ship to Life: Build and Sustain, Part 2: On the Job Training  (13 August 2019)
Bringing a brand new ship to life requires more than just the basics. It requires that Sailors at all levels know their job inside and out. This means that Sailors need on-the-job training (OJT) to become proficient at what they do.
Bringing a Ship to Life: Build and Sustain, Pt. 3: Life at Sea  (11 October 2019)
As the Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) Tripoli (LHA 7) moves closer to joining the fleet, its Sailors continue along the path towards bringing the ship to life.

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