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|202k||Launching of the fast attack submarine Annapolis (SSN-760), at the Electric Boat Div., General Dynamics Corp, Groton, CT.,18 May 1991. The boomer on the left hand side of the Annapolis with two of her hatches open is the Nebraska (SSBN-739), which would not be launched until 15 August 1992.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|29k||Commemorative post mark on the occasion of the launching of the Annapolis (SSN-760), at the Electric Boat Div., General Dynamics Corp, Groton, CT.,18 May 1991.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|100k||Annapolis (SSN-760) underway probably during her Alpha sea trials off the coast of New England, Summer 1991.||USN photo courtesy of the American Federation of Scientists.|
|68k||Oil on canvas by the artist Tom Freeman entitled "Homecoming, Annapolis Commissioning." |
The Annapolis (SSN-760) was commissioned 11 April 1992 at the Electric Boat Div., General Dynamics Corp, Groton, CT.
Courtesy of USNI.
|73k||Annapolis (SSN-760), tied to the wharf at Groton CT., 1996.||Courtesy of Ken Hart.|
|87k||Helmsman of the Watch Fireman Apprentice Darrell Rogers (left) Diving Officer of the Watch Machinist Mate Chief (center) and Planesman of the Watch Yeoman 3rd Class Rocky Bolin (center right) comprise the boats steering team as they maneuver the nuclear powered fast attack submarine Annapolis (SSN-760) on 29 Nov 1997. Annapolis is operating in the Persian Gulf as part of the aircraft carrier George Washington (CVN-73) battle group and is enforcing UN sanctions against Iraq in support of Operation Southern Watch.||USN photo # DN-SD-00-03507 by Lt Jg Marc Boyd, from the Department of Defense Still Media Collection, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|41k||Torpedoman 1st (TM1) Class Scott Freyer checks a weapons fire control panel aboard the nuclear powered fast attack submarine Annapolis (SSN-760) on 29 November 1997.||USN photo # DN-SD-01-03479 by Lt Jg Marc Boyd, from the Department of Defense Still Media Collection, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|7||272k||Electronic Technician 3rd Class Donny Scroggins, from Groton, CT, checks navigational charts aboard the nuclear powered fast attack submarine Annapolis (SSN-760) on 29 Nov 1997.||USN photo # N-5745B-003 by Lt.j.g. Marc Boyd, courtesy of navy.mil.|
|270k||The guided missile cruiser Port Royal CG-73, and the nuclear powered submarine Annapolis (SSN-760) steam in formation with the nuclear powered aircraft carrier Nimitz (CVN-68) on 15 December 1997. The Nimitz battle group is currently deployed to the North Persian Gulf in support of Operation Southern Watch.||USN photo # N-9785M-462 by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Matthew J. Magee, submitted by Bernard A. Cardali, courtesy of navy.mil.|
|199k||The Annapolis (SSN-760) prepares to arrive pierside in Manama, Bahrain for a brief port visit, 25 October 2005. Annapolis is currently on a regularly scheduled deployment conducting maritime security operations (MSO).||USN photo # N-9288T-001 by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Brandon A. Teeples, courtesy of navy.mil.|
|185k||Electronics Technician 1st Class Jay Miller, left, and Chief Electronics Technician Erick Encarnacion work on an assembly piece for the Stern Plane Angle Indicator aboard the Annapolis (SSN-760) while pierside in Manama, Bahrain.||USN photo # N-9288T-112 by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Brandon A. Teeples, courtesy of navy.mil.|
|459k||Crew members remove a shore power cable from the Annapolis (SSN-760) in preparation to depart the pier following a routine port visit at Souda Bay, Crete, Greece 16 February 2006. Annapolis is assigned to Commander Submarine Group Two, homeported in Groton, Connecticut. Annapolis is currently on a regularly scheduled deployment in support of the Global War on Terrorism.||USN photo # N-0780F-001 by Mr. Paul Farley, courtesy of navy.mil.|
|281k||A member of the "A-team" marine guard aboard the Annapolis (SSN-760) provides security as the boat prepares to depart the pier following a routine port visit.||USN photo # N-0780F-002 by Mr. Paul Farley, courtesy of navy.mil.|
|381k||The Annapolis (SSN-760) prepares to exit the harbor following a routine port visit.||USN photo # N-0780F-004 by Mr. Paul Farley, courtesy of navy.mil.|
|450k||A MK 48 ADCAP torpedo is unloaded from the fast-attack submarine Annapolis (SSN-760) by Sailors from the Submarine Base New London weapons department during a snowstorm on 15 January 2009.||USN photo # N-8467N-003 by Mr. John Narewski courtesy of navy.mil. & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|1.30k||Members of the Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station clear ice from the hatch of the submarine Annapolis (SSN-760) after the sub broke through the ice while participating in Ice Exercise 2009 in the Arctic Ocean, 21 March 2009. Annapolis and the attack submarine Helena (SSN-725) are participating in ICEX to operate and train in the challenging and unique environment that characterizes the Arctic region.||USN photo # N-8273J-350 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tiffini M. Jones courtesy of navy.mil.|
|370k||Personnel from the Applied Physics Lab Ice Station watch the aurora borealis light up the night sky over the camp in the Arctic Ocean on 21 March 2009. Two submarines, Helena (SSN-725) and Annapolis (SSN 760), will participate in the exercise with researchers from the University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory and personnel from the Navy Arctic Submarine Laboratory.||USN photo # 090321-N-8273J-011 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tiffini M. Jones courtesy of navy.news.mil.|
|359k||Annapolis (SSN-760) breaks through three feet of ice while participating in Ice Exercise 2009.||USN photo # N-8273J-240 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tiffini M. Jones courtesy of navy.mil.|
|420k||From left to right: Vice Adm. Mel Williams Jr., Commander, U.S. Second Fleet, Rear Adm. Bruce E. Grooms, Commander Submarine Group Two, Dr. S. Allen Counter, Director of the Harvard Foundation, and Cmdr. Michael Brunner, Commanding Officer of Annapolis (SSN-760), hold a glass case of memorabilia on 23 April 2009 commemorating the historic expedition of Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary and Matthew A. Henson to the top of the world. |
Annapolis took the case of memorabilia to the North Pole in April to commemorate the centennial of the expedition by Peary and Henson, which took place on 6 April 1909. The commemorative case, compiled by Harvard University, contained an American flag and bible, similar to ones taken during the original expedition and books by Peary and Henson. The crew of Annapolis returned the case to a group of Harvard University staff, alumni and students, who traveled from Boston to Naval Submarine Base New London to take the case to Harvard, where it will be placed in the university archives "for present and future generations, to be used for scholarly and educational purposes." Dr. Counter spearheaded the Harvard North Pole Discovery Centennial Commemorative Project to celebrate the expedition and clarify the historic record.
|Official USN photo courtesy of the Commander U.S. Second Fleet Maritime Headquarters via Bill Gonyo.|
|331k||The attack submarine Annapolis (SSN-760) departs the Thames River for a scheduled deployment on 3 January 2012.||USN photo # N-AW342-054 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Virginia K. Schaefer, courtesy of navy.mil.|
|341k||Annapolis (SSN-760) arrives in her new homeport at Naval Base Point Loma. She arrived after two years of extensive maintenance at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine and three months operating at sea.||USN photo # 180202-N-TW634-020 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Derek Harkins, courtesy of navy.mil.|
Photo added 02/06/18.
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