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New London Submarine Base, CT. (Apr. 4, 2002) -- Crew members assigned to the nuclear powered attack submarine USS Dallas (SSN 700) make final preparations to get underway for a scheduled deployment.   U.S. Navy photo by Nicole Hawley.
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At sea aboard USS City of Corpus Christi (SSN 705) Jul. 29, 1999 -- Sailing away from the coast of St Croix, Commander Leo Goff, Commanding Officer of the USS City of Corpus Cristi (SSN 705) assisted by a navigator and lookout, head for the Colombian city of Cartagena.  U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class David Rush.
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Submarine Base, Bangor, WA (Aug. 15, 1998) -- The U.S. Navy's Trident nuclear powered submarine USS Alaska (SSBN 732) is guided into an explosives handling wharf at the Naval Station.  U.S. Navy photo by Gene Royer.
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Suez Canal (Mar. 4, 2002) -- The Los Angeles class attack submarine, USS Boise (SSN 764) leads the fast combat support ship, USS Seattle (AOE 3) and the guided missile cruiser, USS Hue City (CG 66) as the ships of USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) Battle Group transit the Suez Canal.  The Kennedy battle group is arriving to relieve USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) to conduct missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 1st Class Jim Hampshire.
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Pacific Ocean (Apr. 14, 1997) -- The nuclear powered Los Angeles class submarine USS Key West (SSN 722) conducts surface operations.  The boat is part of the aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CV 64) battle group enroute to the Arabian Gulf to enforce no-fly zones and monitor shipping to and from the region.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 3rd Class James W. Olive
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The Western Pacific Ocean (Jul. 24, 2001) -- The Los Angeles Class Attack submarine USS Chicago (SSN 721) completes a training maneuver off the coast of Malaysia.  Malaysian and U.S. Navy ships and submarines participated in a war at sea exercise as part of the seventh annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) 2001 exercise. CARAT, a series of bilateral exercises, takes place throughout the Western Pacific each summer with the goal of increasing regional cooperation and promoting interoperability with each country. U.S. Navy Photo by Photographer's Mate 1st Class Kevin H. Tierney.
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Pacific Ocean, (Jun 4, 1998) The attack submarine USS Columbus (SSN 762) home ported at Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, conducts an emergency surface training exercise, 35 miles off the coast of Oahu, HI.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class David C. Duncan
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At sea aboard USS Seawolf (SSN 21) July 19, 1997 -- Personnel man the underway main control watch.  The Seawolf uses the latest technology in submarine warfare making it the fastest most versatile submarine in the U.S. undersea arsenal. U.S. Navy Photo by Chief Photographer's Mate John E. Gay
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GROTON, Ct (Sep. 16, 1996) -- The U.S. Navy's newest attack submarine, USS Seawolf (SSN 21) conducts Bravo sea trials.  U.S Navy photo courtesy of Electric Boat Corporation by Jim Brennan.
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OAHU, Hawaii (May 8, 1997) -- Crewmembers aboard the ballistic missile submarine USS Florida (SSBN 728) prepare to cast-off from the fleet tug boat USS Aukele (YTB 814) near the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Diamond.
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OFF THE COAST OF SINGAPORE (September 28, 2000) -- Members of the U. S.  Navy's Deep Submergence Unit Diving Systems Detachment secure the Submarine Rescue Chamber (SRC)  aboard the MV Kendrick in preparation for "Exercise Pacific Reach."  The Republic of Singapore Navy, the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force, the Republic of Korea Navy and the U.S. Navy will participate in this first-ever cooperative regional submarine rescue exercise.  U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Photographer's Mate Terry Cosgrove.
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AKSAZ NAVAL BASE, Turkey (August 30, 2000) - Sailors assist in steadying the deep submergence rescue vehicle Mystic (DSRV 1) as it is lowered on to the fast-attack submarine USS Dallas (SSN 700) at Askaz Naval Base in Turkey. Dallas and Mystic are in Turkey conducting training operations in support of the NATO triennial major submarine escape and rescue (SMER) exercise Sorbet Royal 2000.  Sorbet Royal involves rescue specialists and Naval forces from three NATO nations, Italy, Turkey and the United States of America.  U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Jason E. Miller.
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At sea aboard USS Lake Champlain (CG 57) Jan. 13, 2002 --  Crewmembers on USS Greeneville (SSN 772) wait for USS Lake Champlain's Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) to maneuver into position so they can unload supplies and personnel.  USS Greeneville is surfacing to receive food, supplies and personnel from Champlain.  USS Lake Champlain and USS Greeneville are both patrolling the seas in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  U.S. Navy Photograph by Photographer's Mate 1st Class (AW/SW) Greg Messier
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ABOARD USS TUCSON (May 19, 1998)  Ensign Aaron Keffler searches for surface ships with a periscope aboard the Los Angeles-class, fast attack submarine USS Tucson (SSN 770). Tucson deployed to the Persian Gulf in support of Operation Southern Watch.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Jeffery S. Viano.
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ABOARD USS NIMITZ (Dec 15, 1997)--The guided missile cruiser USS Port Royal (CG 73) (left), and the nuclear powered submarine USS Annapolis (SSN 760) steam in formation with the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68).  The Nimitz battle group is currently deployed to the North Persian Gulf in support of Operation Southern Watch.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Matthew J. Magee
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During an Arctic sunrise on board the U.S. Navys attack submarine USS Pogy (SSN 647), Jay Simpkins (far left), a scientist with the Oregon State University, collects water samples, while Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade Mark Cronley (foreground) stands watch as a safety observer on boats deck. The second of five planned deployments through the year 2000, Pogy embarked a team of researchers led by Mr. Ray Sambrotto of Columbia University.  During the several thousand mile trek, the submarine collected data on the chemical, biological, and physical properties of the Arctic Ocean, and conducted experiments in geophysics, ice mechanics, pollution detection, and other areas.   For the purposes of this voyage, a portion of the submarines torpedo room was converted into laboratory space.  However at no time was the ship ever removed as a front-line warship.   U.S. Navy Photo by Photographers Mate Second Class Steven H. Vanderwerff
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The U.S. Navys attack submarine USS Pogy (SSN 647) surfaces through the an Arctic ice flow at sunrise.  The second of five planned deployments through the year 2000, Pogy embarked a team of researchers led by Mr. Ray Sambrotto of Columbia University.  During the several thousand mile trek, the submarine collected data on the chemical, biological, and physical properties of the Arctic Ocean, and conducted experiments in geophysics, ice mechanics, pollution detection, and other areas.   For the purposes of this voyage, a portion of the submarines torpedo room was converted into laboratory space.  However at no time was the ship ever removed as a front-line warship.   U.S. Navy Photo by Photographers Mate Second Class Steven H. Vanderwerff
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Crew members from the U.S. Navys attack submarine USS Pogy (SSN 647) assemble a topside deck enclosure to provide protection from the elements while water samples are collected and cataloged.   The second of five planned deployments through the year 2000, Pogy embarked a team of researchers led by Mr. Ray Sambrotto of Columbia University.  During the several thousand mile trek, the submarine collected data on the chemical, biological, and physical properties of the Arctic Ocean, and conducted experiments in geophysics, ice mechanics, pollution detection, and other areas.   For the purposes of this voyage, a portion of the submarines torpedo room was converted into laboratory space.  However at no time was the ship ever removed as a front-line warship.   U.S. Navy Photo by Photographers Mate Second Class Steven H. Vanderwerff
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Crewman on board the U.S. Navys Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Baltimore (SSN 704) stand by with a grappling hook to snag a mail shipment being lowered by an SH-60 "Seahawk" helicopter from Anti-Submarine Squadron Five (HS-5) July 17, 1996.  The Baltimore is part of the aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) Battle Group, which is just days away from completing their scheduled six-month deployment in the Mediterranean. The George Washington will be returning to homeport, July 23rd after completing a scheduled six-month deployment to the Mediterranean, which included sustained operations in support of the NATO-led peacekeeping in Bosnia and UN sanctions against Iraq in the Arabian Gulf. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Chris Vickers
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The George Washington battle group will be returning to homeport, July 23rd after completing a scheduled six-month deployment to the Mediterranean, which included sustained operations in support of the NATO-led peacekeeping in Bosnia and UN sanctions against Iraq in the Arabian Gulf. U.S. Navy photo by Airman Joe Hendricks
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