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Naval Surface Forces Jul 10
We’re just days away from commissioning the future named for the Battle of Derna in the Barbary State of Tripoli. This event in 1805 was the first land battle fought by the US overseas.
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 9
For today’s we look back at the 2017 christening of in Pascagoula, Miss. During a ceremony on September 16, Tripoli sponsor, Mrs. Lynne Mabus, carried out the time-honored Navy tradition by christening Tripoli with a bottle of sparkling wine across the bow. 🍾
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 8
Two is better than one! 🚢🚢 Today we welcomed the onboard and back home in sunny San Diego after a successful deployment. Welcome home shipmates!
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 8
We love family reunions, don't you?
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 8
Sailors man the rails as the (CG 52) returns to after a six-month deployment in support of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the areas of operation. Welcome home !
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 8
has an interesting motto. In aere, terram, marique" which translates to “in air, land, sea.” This represents the capabilities of USS Tripoli as an amphibious warfare vessel and echoes a verse in the Hymn. 🎶 Tripoli joins the Fleet next Wednesday!
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U.S. Navy Jul 7
Sailors, stay informed! Online or off-duty, you still represent the . Here are a few things YOU CAN do and still have your voice be heard.
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 7
Coming soon to a near you! The future will be brought to life next Wednesday in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Check back here every day this week to learn more about the Navy’s newest warship!
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 4
Happy 4th of July !💥 Enjoy the fireworks, fun and family!
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 2
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 2
Replying to @Wabigama @NavBaseSD
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 2
onboard cruised into their homeport just in time to celebrate the 4th of July weekend! 🎇 Fightin' Fitz is also back and better than ever after extensive efforts to restore and modernize her. Hooyah! ⚓
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 1
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Naval Surface Forces Jul 1
Our for July is Engineman 2nd Class Joseph Ramsay! EN2 Ramsay is an outstanding onboard . BZ for all of your hard work shipmate!
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Naval Surface Forces Jun 29
Heads up ! Effective August 1, 2020 Sailors must be 21 years old in the U.S., territories and on ships in U.S. ports to buy tobacco. Sailors must be 18 years old at sea, in foreign ports and overseas to purchase.
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U.S. Navy Jun 28
Officially 300 ships strong 💪! accepts delivery of future (LCS 24). DETAILS⬇️
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USNavyCNO Jun 25
As a Navy, we must seize the opportunity to engage in conversations about race relations and inclusion within our force. Now is the time to have open and honest conversations across our . It starts with each of us.
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Sergeant Major Troy E. Black Jun 25
25 June, 1950 the Korean War began. With nearly 30,000 Marines and Sailors killed or wounded and 49 Medals of Honor awarded to the and team, our veterans paved the way for today's South Korean alliance and contributed greatly to our Corps' legacy!
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Naval Surface Forces Jun 25
Job well done ! onboard successfully completed a counter-narcotic deployment in . Welcome home!
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U.S. Naval Undersea Museum Jun 21
Happy Father's Day, especially to all our Dads and to all the fathers of Navy Sailors! Thank you for all you do for our Navy and nation each and every day.
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