Hartford Returns To New London After Hurricane Irene

GROTON, Conn. (Aug. 30, 2011) A Sailor assigned to the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Hartford (SSN 768) casts a heaving line to Sailors assigned to the port operations department at Naval Submarine Base (SUBASE) New London during a return to SUBASE after a brief at sea period to avoid Hurricane Irene. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Peter D. Blair

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Connecticut Guard Members Rescue Irene-Stranded Residents

Members of the 192nd Multi-Functional Engineer Battalion, Connecticut Army National Guard guide a vehicle through the crowd looking at flooding along the shore in the aftermath of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene on Aug. 28, 2011. The engineers were among many Connecticut Guardsmen called out to assist local authorities before, during and after the storm battered the coastline. U.S. Army photo by Capt. Chuck Taylor.

USS Toledo Returns From Deployment

GROTON, Conn. (Jan. 20, 2011) The Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Toledo (SSN 769) arrives at Naval Submarine Base New London following a scheduled deployment. Toledo conducted operations in the U.S. Africa Command and U.S. Central Command areas of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Virginia K. Schaefer/Released)

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Submariner Receives Bronze Star For Service In Afghanistan

 

GROTON, Conn. (Oct. 3, 2010) Rear Adm. Michael McLaughlin, right, commander of Submarine Group (COMSUBGRU) 2, pins the Bronze Star Medal on Lt. Cmdr. Colin McGuire in Bledsoe Hall at Navy Submarine School in Groton, Conn. McGuire was awarded the medal for his actions as the Combined Joint Task Force Paladin CJ3 Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan Liasion Officer supporting Enduring Freedom and the Global War on Terrorism. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

 

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PCU Missouri Successfully Completes Alpha Sea Trials

GROTON, Conn. (July 2, 2010) The Virginia-class attack submarine Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) Missouri (SSN 780) transits the Thames River to conduct sea trials in the Atlantic Ocean. Missouri is scheduled to be commissioned July 31 at Naval Submarine Base New London. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Steven Myers/Released)

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USS Philadelphia ‘Finishes Strong’ Following 33-Year Service

GROTON, Conn. (June 25, 2010) Rear Adm. Douglas McAneny, commander of Submarine Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, salutes for the Admiral's March and 13-gun salute, during the arrival of the official party for the decommissioning ceremony of the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Philadelphia (SSN 690) at Naval Submarine Base New London. McAneny was the seventh commanding officer of Philadelphia. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Steven Myers/Released)

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Engineers Bridge Tigris To Help To Help Salman Pak

Pfc. Ron Murray from Stratford, Conn., with the 250th engineers, multi-role bridge company, Connecticut Army National Guard, helps direct a beam into place as the 250th Soldiers work on constructing a Mabey Johnson panel bridge across the Tigris River near Salman Pak, Iraq, on June 2. The bridge will provide a vital link to the town for area farmers. Photo by Staff Sgt. Daniel Yarnall

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Final Deployment

GROTON, Connecticut (Feb. 3, 2010) The Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Philadelphia (SSN 690) pulls into Submarine Base New London after returning from her final deployment. Philadelphia is set to be inactivated at a ceremony later this year. (U.S. Navy photo by John Narewski/Released)

Virginia-Class Attack Submarine Missouri Christened

GROTON, Conn. (Dec. 5, 2009) The Virginia-class attack submarine Pre-Commissioing Unit (PCU) Missouri (SSN 780) is christened during a ceremony at General Dynamics Electric Boat in Groton, Conn. The 7,800-ton Missouri is the seventh submarine of the Virginia class and the fifth to be named after the Show-Me state. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Steven Myers/Released)

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Texas Territory

The Virginia-class submarine USS Texas arrived at its new home port in Naval Station Pearl Harbor during an inner-fleet transfer from Groton Submarine Base, Conn., Nov. 23, 2009. The arrival of Texas to Pearl Harbor will mark the second of the Virginia-class subs to be stationed in the Pacific, following the historic arrival of USS Hawaii in July. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Josh Thompson

Algerian Naval Officers Learn From U.S. Submariners

Algerian Naval Officers Learn From U.S. Submariners

GROTON, Conn. (Oct. 13, 2009) Algerian Navy Submarine Force Commander Col. Nacer Bousseboua, right, and Algerian Submarine Base Commander Lt. Col. Ahmed Delsi operate the Los Angeles-class submarine trainer during a tour of Submarine School, Groton, Conn. The one-day event included a tour of the Virginia-class attack submarine USS New Hampshire (SSN 778), the Submarine School's training simulators and Naval Submarine Base New London. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Steven Myers/Released)

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Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009

The Coast Guard Cutter Eagle, known as "America's Tall Ship," sails past Fort Sumter as it departs Charleston, S.C., Monday afternoon, June 26, 2009, to continue its participation in Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009. The Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009 is a trek around the North Atlantic Ocean of more than 7,000 nautical miles following the traditional route taken by sailing ships of the past. Eagle is an 1800-ton steel hull, three-masted sailing ship with more than 21,000 square-feet of sail and more than five miles of rigging. The 295-foot Eagle is the only active commissioned sailing vessel in the U.S. military service and is home ported at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn. Coast Guard photo/ PA1 Bobby Nash.

The Coast Guard Cutter Eagle, known as "America's Tall Ship," sails past Fort Sumter as it departs Charleston, S.C., Monday afternoon, June 26, 2009, to continue its participation in Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009. The Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009 is a trek around the North Atlantic Ocean of more than 7,000 nautical miles following the traditional route taken by sailing ships of the past. Eagle is an 1800-ton steel hull, three-masted sailing ship with more than 21,000 square-feet of sail and more than five miles of rigging. The 295-foot Eagle is the only active commissioned sailing vessel in the U.S. military service and is home ported at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn. Coast Guard photo/ PA1 Bobby Nash.