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  • A pod of dolphins swim alongside aboard the expeditionary sea base USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB-3) while underway in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations. The Expeditionary Mobile Base platform supports Naval Amphibious Force, Task Force 51, 5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade's diverse missions that include crisis response, airborne mine countermeasures, counter-piracy operations, maritime security operations and humanitarian aid/disaster relief missions while enabling TF 51/5 to extend its expeditionary presence in the world's most volatile regions.  U.S. Navy photo by Fireman Rheannon Ayalacortez (Released)  171226-N-XH787-005
  • Aircrewmen load an Air-Deployable Expendable Ice Buoy onto a Royal Danish Air Force C-130 aircraft at Thule Air Force Base in Greenland, in preparation for deployment in the high Arctic as part of the International Arctic Buoy Program (IABP). The deployment team, led by the Office of Naval Research, included personnel from the National Ice Center, Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy, Environment and Climate Change Canada and the University of Washington. IABP is a conglomeration of global participants that maintain a network of drifting buoys in the Arctic Ocean that provide meteorological and oceanographic data for real-time operational requirements and research purposes.  U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams (Released)  170907-N-PO203-232
  • Civilians, Sailors and Airmen in the Hawaii region area came together to host a large scale cleanup near a military housing area on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. The event is a part of a larger scale effort by Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and Navy Region Hawaii to join the community in improving the quality of life on the island.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Corwin Colbert (Released)  180119-N-QE566-0018
  • Explosive ordnance disposal technicians assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 5 help repair a damaged coral reef in Apra Harbor, Guam. EODMU-5 coordinated with Guam's Department of Agriculture, Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources and Guam Environmental Protection Agency to assist in the coral reef restoration.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Alfred A. Coffield (Released)  170629-N-ON977-0012
  • Building energy monitors (BEM) attend the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) Energy Fair and BEM training event held to kick off Energy Action Month at JBPHH. Region and Navy facilities energy teams, along with event partners, provided attendees with information on ways to conserve energy at the workplace and at home by showcasing ideas to implement efficiency technologies and solutions.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Justin R. Pacheco (Released)  171002-N-NU281-0005
  • Vice Chief of Naval Operations (VCNO) Adm. Bill Moran hosts the Chief of Naval Operations Environmental Awards at the Pentagon via video teleconference with award recipients at multiple remote sites. Moran recognized 30 award winners for their environmental stewardship and innovative initiatives at their respective commands.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Elliott Fabrizio (Released)  170627-N-ES994-005
  • A poster recognizing Energy Action Month 2017 as the Navy leverages energy technologies and best practices to support the warfighter.  U.S. Navy photo illustration by Brenda K. Rone (Released)  170929-D-GO994-001
  • Stewie, the U.S. Navy's environmental turtle mascot, gives a visitor a high-five at the "Stewards of the Sea: Defending Freedom, Protecting the Environment" exhibit at Liberty State Park during Fleet Week New York. The Navy employs every means available to mitigate the potential environmental effects of our activities without jeopardizing the safety of our Sailors or impacting our Navy readiness mission.  U.S. Navy photo by Bobbie A. Camp (Released)  170528-N-MS174-003


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