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The hospital ship USNS Comfort departs Naval Station Norfolk for the 2-month Continuing Promise 2022 medical mission to Latin America and the Caribbean.

The keel for the future USNS Saginaw Ojibwe Anishinabek (T-ATS 8) was ceremonially laid at Bollinger Houma Shipyards in Houma, LA, Oct. 3. Rear Adm. Tom Anderson, Program Executive Officer, Ships joined the Honorable Theresa Peters Jackson, Chief of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe and other members of the tribe, as the keel was authenticated for their namesake ship.

view of an F/A-18E Super Horner being lowered onto Military Sealift Command's large medium speed roll-on, roll-off ship USNS Mendonca (T-AKR 303) in Sicily, Italy, Aug. 16.

The Navy accepted delivery of the lead ship of its new class of fleet replenishment oilers, USNS John Lewis (T-AO 205), July 27.

PACIFIC OCEAN (July 18, 2022) – Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) sits at anchor upon its arrival off the coast of Koror, Palau during Pacific Partnership 2022. Now in its 17th year, Pacific Partnership is the largest annual multinational humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission conducted in the Indo-Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Brandie Nuzzi)

Civil Service Mariners (CIVMAR) demonstrate a 'sunburst' formation during an abandon ship scenario at the Military Sealift Command Training Center East on Joint Base Langley-Fort Eustis, Virginia

Ship in the Spotlight

Ship In the Spotlight This week we are spotlighting USNS GYSGT Fred W. Stockham (T-AK 3017) for providing more than 25 years of support to the U.S. military. USNS GYSGT Fred W. Stockham has entered reduced operating status, but stands ready to support the military again if called upon.
 
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