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U.S.S. Rhode Island SSBN-740 To all our Submariners; We Thank You!!

U.S.S. Rhode Island SSBN-740 To all our Submariners; We Thank You!!

In this file photo, USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60) returns home from a previous deployment. (U.S. Navy/MC3 Diana Quinlan) PEARL HARBOR - The guided-missile destroyer USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60) is scheduled to depart Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Feb. 14 on an independent deployment to the Arabian Gulf and Western Pacific. While deployed, Paul Hamilton and its crew of more than 300 Sailors will conduct theater security cooperation and maritime presence operations with partner nations.

In this file photo, USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60) returns home from a previous deployment. (U.S. Navy/MC3 Diana Quinlan) PEARL HARBOR - The guided-missile destroyer USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60) is scheduled to depart Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Feb. 14 on an independent deployment to the Arabian Gulf and Western Pacific. While deployed, Paul Hamilton and its crew of more than 300 Sailors will conduct theater security cooperation and maritime presence operations with partner nations.

The Navy's Polaris Missile Launching Nuclear Powered Submarine, George Washington (SSBN-598), is readied for launching on 9 June 1959 by workmen at the General Dynamics Corporation's Electric Boat Division Shipyard at Groton, Connecticut. George Washington was the first U.S. Navy nuclear submarine designed to serve as an underwater launching platform for Polaris, the Navy's 1,200 mile ballistic missile. Photograph released on 21 May 1959.

The Navy's Polaris Missile Launching Nuclear Powered Submarine, George Washington (SSBN-598), is readied for launching on 9 June 1959 by workmen at the General Dynamics Corporation's Electric Boat Division Shipyard at Groton, Connecticut. George Washington was the first U.S. Navy nuclear submarine designed to serve as an underwater launching platform for Polaris, the Navy's 1,200 mile ballistic missile. Photograph released on 21 May 1959.

SAN DIEGO The amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu (LHD 5) transits through the San Diego Bay. Peleliu is returning from a scheduled underway in preparation for its upcoming 2012 deployment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Stephen M. Votaw/Released)

SAN DIEGO The amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu (LHA transits through the San Diego Bay. Peleliu is returning from a scheduled underway in preparation for its upcoming 2012 deployment.

Missile Control Center (MCC) USS George Washington SSBN 598 1975

Missile Control Center (MCC) USS George Washington SSBN 598 1975

YOUR Navy Operating Forward -  USS Antietam (CG 54) transits in formation with the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyer JS Sazanami

YOUR Navy Operating Forward - USS Antietam (CG transits in formation with the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyer JS Sazanami

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A sailor mans the main conole of the ships Ballast Control Panel on board USS Pennsylvania November

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