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PACIFIC Ocean (May 6, 2008) - USNS MERCY (T-AH 19) Sailors aboard the Military Sealift Command Hospital Ship conduct a FOD walk down prior to setting flight quarters. An MH-60/S helicopter known as the Knighthawk passes MERCY along the portside. HSC-21 (Blackjacks) is the embarked aircrew. On March 1, 2008, the Military Sealift Command (MSC) Hospital Sip USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) departed San Diego, Calif. , in support of Pacific Partnership 2008, to conduct various humanitarian civic assistance missions in the Republic of Philippines, Vietnam, Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea and the Federated States of Micronesia. U.S. Navy video (RELEASED)
26 Oct 2009
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PHILIPPINES (June 7, 2008) - Sailors assigned to the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) and Armed Forces of the Philippines, helps the government of the Philippines in providing local communities with a wide range of services including various medical, dental and engineering civic action programs. U.S. Navy video (RELEASED)
17 Mar 2010
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SAN DIEGO (Sept. 18, 2008) - USNS Carl Brashear (T-AKE 7) launches into San Diego harbor during her christening and launch ceremony at General Dynamics NASSCO in San Diego. The was named in honor of Boatswains Mate Master Chief Carl Brashear who was the first African-American to qualify to serve as a master diver while on active duty. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
21 Sep 2008
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SOUTH CHINA SEA (March 8, 2009) Five Chinese vessels shadow and aggressively maneuver in dangerously close proximity to USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23) in an apparent coordinated effort to harass the U.S. ocean surveillance ship while it was conducting routine operations in international waters. Two of the Chinese vessels closed to within 50 feet, waving Chinese flags and telling Impeccable to leave the area. Because the vessels intentions were not known, Impeccable sprayed its fire hoses at one of the vessels in order to dissuad a closer approach and avoid being boarded. The incident took place 75 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. Chinese ships and aircraft routinely steam or fly near U.S. Navy ships in this area, however , these actions were considerably more aggressive, unprofessional and dangerous than we have seen and thus greatly increase the risk of collision or miscalculation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
21 Mar 2009
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SOUTH CHINA SEA (March 8, 2009) Five Chinese vessels shadow and aggressively maneuver in dangerously close proximity to USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23) in an apparent coordinated effort to harass the U.S. ocean surveillance ship while it was conducting routine operations in international waters. Two of the Chinese vessels closed to within 50 feet, waving Chinese flags and telling Impeccable to leave the area. Because the vessels intentions were not known, Impeccable sprayed its fire hoses at one of the vessels in order to dissuad a closer approach and avoid being boarded. The incident took place 75 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. Chinese ships and aircraft routinely steam or fly near U.S. Navy ships in this area, however , these actions were considerably more aggressive, unprofessional and dangerous than we have seen and thus greatly increase the risk of collision or miscalculation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
21 Mar 2009
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SOUTH CHINA SEA (March 8, 2009) Five Chinese vessels shadow and aggressively maneuver in dangerously close proximity to USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23) in an apparent coordinated effort to harass the U.S. ocean surveillance ship while it was conducting routine operations in international waters. Two of the Chinese vessels closed to within 50 feet, waving Chinese flags and telling Impeccable to leave the area. Because the vessels intentions were not known, Impeccable sprayed its fire hoses at one of the vessels in order to dissuad a closer approach and avoid being boarded. The incident took place 75 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. Chinese ships and aircraft routinely steam or fly near U.S. Navy ships in this area, however , these actions were considerably more aggressive, unprofessional and dangerous than we have seen and thus greatly increase the risk of collision or miscalculation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
19 Apr 2009
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SOUTH CHINA SEA (March 8, 2009) Five Chinese vessels shadow and aggressively maneuver in dangerously close proximity to USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23) in an apparent coordinated effort to harass the U.S. ocean surveillance ship while it was conducting routine operations in international waters. Two of the Chinese vessels closed to within 50 feet, waving Chinese flags and telling Impeccable to leave the area. Because the vessels intentions were not known, Impeccable sprayed its fire hoses at one of the vessels in order to dissuad a closer approach and avoid being boarded. The incident took place 75 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. Chinese ships and aircraft routinely steam or fly near U.S. Navy ships in this area, however , these actions were considerably more aggressive, unprofessional and dangerous than we have seen and thus greatly increase the risk of collision or miscalculation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
25 Jul 2009
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SOUTH CHINA SEA (March 8, 2009) Five Chinese vessels shadow and aggressively maneuver in dangerously close proximity to USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23) in an apparent coordinated effort to harass the U.S. ocean surveillance ship while it was conducting routine operations in international waters. Two of the Chinese vessels closed to within 50 feet, waving Chinese flags and telling Impeccable to leave the area. Because the vessels intentions were not known, Impeccable sprayed its fire hoses at one of the vessels in order to dissuad a closer approach and avoid being boarded. The incident took place 75 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. Chinese ships and aircraft routinely steam or fly near U.S. Navy ships in this area, however , these actions were considerably more aggressive, unprofessional and dangerous than we have seen and thus greatly increase the risk of collision or miscalculation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
10 Aug 2009
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SOUTH CHINA SEA (March 8, 2009) Five Chinese vessels shadow and aggressively maneuver in dangerously close proximity to USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23) in an apparent coordinated effort to harass the U.S. ocean surveillance ship while it was conducting routine operations in international waters. Two of the Chinese vessels closed to within 50 feet, waving Chinese flags and telling Impeccable to leave the area. Because the vessels intentions were not known, Impeccable sprayed its fire hoses at one of the vessels in order to dissuad a closer approach and avoid being boarded. The incident took place 75 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. Chinese ships and aircraft routinely steam or fly near U.S. Navy ships in this area, however , these actions were considerably more aggressive, unprofessional and dangerous than we have seen and thus greatly increase the risk of collision or miscalculation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
21 Mar 2009
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SOUTH CHINA SEA (March 8, 2009) Five Chinese vessels shadow and aggressively maneuver in dangerously close proximity to USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23) in an apparent coordinated effort to harass the U.S. ocean surveillance ship while it was conducting routine operations in international waters. Two of the Chinese vessels closed to within 50 feet, waving Chinese flags and telling Impeccable to leave the area. Because the vessels intentions were not known, Impeccable sprayed its fire hoses at one of the vessels in order to dissuad a closer approach and avoid being boarded. The incident took place 75 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. Chinese ships and aircraft routinely steam or fly near U.S. Navy ships in this area, however , these actions were considerably more aggressive, unprofessional and dangerous than we have seen and thus greatly increase the risk of collision or miscalculation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
16 Dec 2009
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SOUTH CHINA SEA (March 8, 2009) Five Chinese vessels shadow and aggressively maneuver in dangerously close proximity to USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23) in an apparent coordinated effort to harass the U.S. ocean surveillance ship while it was conducting routine operations in international waters. Two of the Chinese vessels closed to within 50 feet, waving Chinese flags and telling Impeccable to leave the area. Because the vessels intentions were not known, Impeccable sprayed its fire hoses at one of the vessels in order to dissuad a closer approach and avoid being boarded. The incident took place 75 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. Chinese ships and aircraft routinely steam or fly near U.S. Navy ships in this area, however , these actions were considerably more aggressive, unprofessional and dangerous than we have seen and thus greatly increase the risk of collision or miscalculation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
21 Mar 2009
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NORFOLK (April 1, 2009) The Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) departs from Naval Station Norfolk for a four-month deployment to the U.S. Southern Command area of focus in support of U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command and U.S. Fourth Fleets Continuing Promise 2009 (CP09). Comfort provides the region a mobile, flexible and rapidly responsive afloat medical capability for a number of missions and training opportunities in the Caribbean, Central and South America. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
2 Apr 2009
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PORT-AU-PRINCE (April 11, 2009) The Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) is anchored near Port-au-Prince supporting Continuing Promise 2009 (CP09), a humanitarian and civic assistance mission to Latin America and the Caribbean. CP09 combines U.S. military and interagency personnel, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academic and partner nations to provide medical, dental, veterinary and engineering services afloat and ashore alongside host nation personnel. Comfort is on a four-month humanitarian and civic assistance mission to Latin America and the Caribbean region. It is also scheduled to visit Antigua and Barbuda, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Panama. (U.S. Army video by Spc. Nashaunda Tilghman/Released) For more news from Continuing Promise, visit www.navy.mil/local/cp/
4 May 2009
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (April 9, 200) An HH-60 Sea hawk helicopter from the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) delivers pallets of medical supplies to a Continuing Promise 2009 medical community service project site in Haiti. Continuing Promise is a four-month humanitarian and civic assistance mission that will provide medical and other services in seven countries through Latin America and Caribbean. (U.S. Air Force video by TSgt. Bryan Stevens/Released)
4 May 2009
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PACIFIC OCEAN (June 22, 2009) Civil Service Mariner (CIVMAR) Andrew Strosahl, the cargo mate aboard USNS Richard E. Byrd (T-AKE 4), discusses his role aboard the Military Sealift Command dry cargo/ammunition ship. Strosahl is a CIVMAR with the rank of second mate. While others his age are just starting out in their careers, Strosahl, 25, is already well established in his field and in his role as the cargo mate aboard Military Sealift Command (MSC) dry cargo/ammunition ship. He happens to be one of the ship's more senior officers despite being one of the ship's youngest crew members. Richard E. Byrd is deployed as part of Pacific Partnership 2009, a humanitarian and civic assistance mission. As the enabling vessel, Richard E. Byrd will carry humanitarian civic assistance equipment and supplies and a multi-specialized team of preventive medicine personnel, veterinarians, a medical and dental team and multi-skilled engineering personnel to Kiribati, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands, Samoa and Tonga. (U.S. Navy photos and editing by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Joshua Valcarcel/Released)
21 Aug 2011
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Jan. 20, 2010) The Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) anchored off the coast of Haiti, while helicopters bring on medical evacuated patients. Comfort is conducting humanitarian and disaster relief operations as part of Operation Unified Response after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake caused severe damage in Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010. (U.S. Navy video by Mass communication Specialist 1st Class Troy Miller/Released) 100120-N-0727M-001
22 Jan 2010
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