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SAN DIEGO (Feb. 20, 2020) – Senior Chief Gas Turbine Systems Technician Artiss Redmond, departmental leading chief petty officer of Expeditionary Warfare Training Group, Pacific (EWTGPAC), simulates piloting a Landing Craft, Air Cushioned (LCAC) in the LCAC Full Mission Trainer (FMT) simulator, Feb. 20, 2020. The FMT is part of a vigorous 18-week training course that select Sailors go through to learn how to properly operate an LCAC. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication 3rd Class Kevin C. Leitner)
SAN DIEGO (Feb. 20, 2020) – The exterior view of the Landing Craft, Air Cushioned (LCAC) Full Mission Trainer (FMT) simulator that is located at Expeditionary Warfare Training Group, Pacific. The FMT is part of a vigorous 18-week training course that select Sailors go through to learn how to properly operate an LCAC. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication 3rd Class Kevin C. Leitner)
The seven newest Amphibious Warfare (AMW) Warfare Tactics Instructors (WTIs) completed Naval Surface and Mine Warfighting Development Center (SMWDC’s) AMW WTI course of instruction and graduated onboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story Friday December 4th. Each new WTI receives a graduation certificate, the WTI patch that will be worn on their Type III Navy working uniforms, and a SMWDC AMW Division coin. The newest graduates include Marine Corps Maj. Nathan Bedle, Lt. Chris Hebig, Lt. Katie Griffin, Lt. Nick Gonsalves, Lt. Alexander Hoersten, Lt. Charles Marshall and Lt. Paul Hast. SMWDC accepts applications from top-talented junior Surface Warfare Officers and develops them into one of four surface warfare WTI specialties – AMW, integrated air and missile defense, anti-submarine warfare/surface warfare, or mine warfare.
SAN DIEGO (Mar. 25, 2021) A photo of a sleep study room within Naval Medical Center San Diego's (NMCSD) Sleep Lab Mar. 25. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many facets of healthcare are conducted, and NMCSD has adapted some of its techniques and practices to keep both staff and patients safe while delivering the high-quality healthcare they’ve come to expect. NMCSD’s mission is to prepare service members to deploy in support of operational forces, deliver high quality healthcare services and shape the future of military medicine through education, training and research. NMCSD employs more than 6,000 active duty military personnel, civilians, and contractors in Southern California to provide patients with world-class care anytime, anywhere. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jake Greenberg)
SAN DIEGO (May 24, 2020) – The Navy's newest littoral combat ship, the future USS Kansas City (LCS 22), arrives at its new homeport at Naval Base San Diego. The Navy will commission LCS 22, the second ship in naval history to be named Kansas City, June 20, 2020, via naval message due to public health safety and restrictions of large public events related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Woody Paschall)
We are looking forward to celebrating Kansas City Navy Week in our namesake city. See you later this week!
CARIBBEAN SEA (July 4, 2021) The Freedom-variant littoral combat ships USS Sioux City (LCS 11), USS Wichita (LCS 13), USS Billings (LCS 15), and their embarked aviation detachments participate in a maritime training exercise, July 4, 2021. This exercise marks the first time three Freedom-variant littoral combat ships are deployed and operating together. Sioux City, Wichita, and Billings are deployed to the U.S. 4th Fleet area of operations to support Joint Interagency Task Force South’s mission, which includes counter-illicit drug trafficking missions in the Caribbean and Eastern Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Austin G. Collins)
210508-N-OA516-1007 SAN DIEGO (May 8, 2021) – The Lewis B. Puller-class expeditionary mobile base USS Miguel Keith (ESB 5) sits pierside during the ship’s commissioning ceremony. The Miguel Keith is the Navy’s third purpose-built expeditionary sea base (ESB). While originally created to operate as a support ship under Military Sealift Command, USS Miguel Keith has been commissioned to provide greater mission flexibility in accordance with the laws of armed conflict. USS Miguel Keith is named after Marine Corps Vietnam veteran and Medal of Honor recipient Lance Cpl. Miguel Keith and is the first ship to bear the name. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kevin C. Leitner)
PACIFIC OCEAN (April 21, 2021) The Zumwalt-class guided-missile destroyer USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001) leads a formation including the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62), USS Spruance (DDG 111), USS Pinckney (91), and USS Kidd (DDG 100), and the Independence-variant littoral combat ship USS Coronado (LCS 4) during U.S. Pacific Fleet’s Unmanned Systems Integrated Battle Problem (UxS IBP) 21, April 21. UxS IBP 21 integrates manned and unmanned capabilities into challenging operational scenarios to generate warfighting advantages. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Shannon Renfroe)
PACIFIC OCEAN (April 21, 2021) Zumwalt-class guided-missile destroyer USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001) participates in U.S. Pacific Fleet's Unmanned Systems Integrated Battle Problem (UxS IBP) 21, April 21. UxS IBP 21 integrates manned and unmanned capabilities into challenging operational scenarios to generate warfighting advantages. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Shannon Renfroe)
SAN DIEGO (April 22, 2021) An ADARO unmanned system interacts with the Navy�s newest Independence-variant littoral combat ship USS Oakland (LCS 24) during U.S. Pacific Fleet�s Unmanned Integrated Battle Problem (UxS IBP) 21. UxS IBP 21 integrates manned and unmanned capabilities into challenging operational scenarios to generate warfighting advantages. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alex Perlman)
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