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USS Carr (FFG 52) St. Petersburg Port Visit

Carr Visits St. Petersburg, Russia
28 June - 4 July 2011


Photos this page are from Eugene Ivkin and the Defense Visual Information Center.
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Carr 130k 28 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - Sailors aboard the guided-missile frigate USS Carr (FFG 52) render honors to the Russian navy diesel-electric submarine St. Petersburg (677) as Carr enters the Port of St. Petersburg. Carr is on a scheduled three-month deployment supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo #110628-N-OM642-094 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand) Navsource
Carr 148k 28 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - Sailors aboard the guided-missile frigate USS Carr stand special sea and anchor detail as the ships enters the Port of St. Petersburg. Carr is on a scheduled three-month deployment supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo #110628-N-OM642-040 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand)
Carr 269k 28 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - Cmdr. Patrick E. Kulakowski, commanding officer of the guided-missile frigate Carr, speaks with Russian media during a press conference shortly after the ship arrived in St. Petersburg. (U.S. Navy photo #110628-N-OM642-399 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand)
Carr 122k 28 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - Cmdr. Patrick E. Kulakowski, commanding officer of Carr, speaks with Russian media during a press conference shortly after the ship arrived in St. Petersburg. (U.S. Navy photo #110628-N-OM642-411 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand)
Carr 143k 29 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - Cmdr. Patrick E. Kulakowski, commanding officer of Carr, lays a wreath with Consulate General of the United States Sheila Gwaltney during a wreath ceremony at the Piskarevskoye Cemetery. The ceremony honored the Russians killed in the siege of Leningrad during World War II. (U.S. Navy photo #110629-N-OM642-508 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand)
Carr 230k 29 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - Sailors assigned to Carr conduct a wreath laying ceremony at the Piskarevskoye Cemetery. The ceremony honored the Russians killed in the siege of Leningrad during World War II. (U.S. Navy photo #110629-N-OM642-525 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand)
Carr 103k 29 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - Chief Personnel Specialist Melvin Perry, assigned to Carr, paints a wall during a community service project at the Dom Miloserda children's boarding house. (U.S. Navy photo #110702-N-OM642-039 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand)
Carr 144k 29 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - A child from the Dom Miloserda children's boarding house in St. Petersburg, Russia, plays on a large toy ship he built with sailors from the guided-missile frigate Carr during a community service project at the Dom Miloserda children's boarding house. (U.S. Navy photo #110702-N-OM642-099 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand)
Carr 153k 29 June 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - Cmdr. James Sposato, executive officer of Carr, shows children from the Dom Miloserda children's boarding house the ships bridge during a community service project. (U.S. Navy photo #110702-N-OM642-112 by MC1 Gary Keen from the Navy News Stand)
Carr 160k 2 July 2011: St. Petersburg, Russia - A series of six photos taken by Eugene during Visitor's Open House aboard Carr. Eugene Ivkin
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