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|61k||Christening ceremony of the Boise (SSN-764), 20 October 1990 at Newport News, VA.||Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of General Dynamics Electric Boat.|
|69k||Christening ceremony of the Boise (SSN-764), 20 October 1990 at Newport News, VA.||Photo by Chris Oxley, courtesy of General Dynamics Electric Boat.|
|29k||Postal cover issued on the occasion of the Christening ceremony of the Boise (SSN-764), 20 October 1990 at Newport News, VA.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|560k||A port bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine Boise (SSN-764) underway during sea trials on 12 July 1992.||USN photo # DN-SN-93-00662, by Mike Dillard of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Co, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
|578k||A port side view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine Boise (SSN-764) underway at high speed off the Virginia Capes on 12 July 1992. The ship is on sea trials.||USN photo # DN-ST-95-01640, by Mike Dillard of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Co, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
|201k||A starboard beam view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine Boise (SSN-764) underway during sea trials on 12 July 1992.||USN photo # DN-SN-93-00661, by Mike Dillard of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Co, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
|432k||A port side view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine Boise (SSN-764) passing Fort Wool, at Newport News, VA. as the ship returns from sea after waiting for Hurricane Felix to clear the area on 19 August 1995.||USN photo # DN-SC-95-02265, by Don S. Montgomery, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
|116k||Crewmen on the sail of Boise (SSN-764) stand by to receive a package being lowered to them on a rescue hoist from an SH-60F Seahawk assigned to the "Nightdippers" of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Five (HS-5), 28 May 2002. HS-5 is attached to Carrier Air Wing Seven (CVW-7), embarked aboard John F Kennedy (CVN-67).||USN photo # N-6492H-506 by Photographer's Mate 1st Class Jim Hampshire, courtesy of news.navy.mil.|
|176k||Boise (SSN-764) gets under way; Newport News (SSN-750), San Juan (SSN-751), and Providence (SSN-719) remain moored outboard Emory S. Land (AS-39), Souda Bay, Crete, 1 April 2003.||Photo Owned @ Copyrighted by James Gilly, RM1(SS), USN (ret).|
|248k||Cmdr. James M. Kuzma (left), Commanding Officer of the fast attack submarine Boise (SSN-764) is greeted by his wife Karen and Acting Secretary of the Navy, Hansford T. Johnson at Naval Station Norfolk, Va. 15 April 2003 as he and his crew return from a rapid response wartime patrol in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.||USN photo # N-2903K-003 by Journalist 3rd Class B. L. Keller, courtesy of news.navy.mil.|
|238k||Three commanding officers of Norfolk-based submarines congratulate each other after being awarded Bronze Stars in a ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk. 3 December 2003. From left to right, Boise (SSN-764) former Commanding Officer Cmdr. Jim Kuzma, Newport News (SSN-750) Commanding Officer Cmdr. Fred Capria, and Montpelier (SSN-765) Commanding Officer Cmdr. Bill Frarke received the awards for their roles in Operation Iraqi Freedom (O.I.F.). These three submarines were part of a naval force that conducted the largest-ever submarine-launched Tomahawk land-attack cruise missile strike during O.I.F.||Official USN photo # N-2903K-001 by Journalist 2nd Class B.L. Keller, courtesy of news.navy.mil.
Photo submitted by Bill Gonyo.
|426k||Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Joe Campa Jr., talks to the 1st class petty officers aboard the fast attack submarine Boise (SSN-764) about their concerns and promotion on 2 August 2006. MCPON Campa encouraged the Sailors to take every opportunity make themselves a better Sailor and a better person overall because the Navy is looking to promote those who are willing to go the extra mile. This is MCPON Joe Campa's first visit to a submarine as the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy.||USN photo # N-8655E-002 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Kelvin Edwards, courtesy of news.navy.mil.|
|122k||The Boise (SSN-764) is moored ahead of the Norfolk (SSN-714), with the sail of the Jacksonville (SSN-699) rising from the other side of the quay at Norfolk Naval Station, at pier 3, 17 October 2007.
||Photograph courtesy of John Hummel, USN (Retired).|
|79k||CO of Boise (SSN-764) receiving the Battle "E" plaque on behalf of his crew from the Commodore of SUBRON 8, CAPT Don Kelso, 4 January 2008.||Photograph courtesy of bubbleheads.blogspot.com.|
|223k||Lt. Cmdr Brad Terry, executive officer of the attack submarine Boise (SSN-764), embraces his children for the first time in six months after returning to Naval Station Norfolk following a six-month deployment on 23 December 2008. While deployed, Boise participated in five anti-submarine warfare exercises with several European Allies and performed two missions that supported Commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet objectives and national security interests of the United States.||USN photo # N-7705S-093 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Todd A. Schaffer.|
|290k||Republic of Korea Navy Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jung Ok-Keun and Lt. Cmdr Brad Terry, left, executive officer of the attack submarine Boise (SSN-764) cover their ears as Machinist's Mate 3rd class Michael Petersohn of Tacoma, Wash., demonstrates pressurizing a torpedo tube on 12 January 2009. Jung is visiting the Norfolk area for briefs and tours as an official guest of the Chief of Naval Operations.||USN photo # N-7705S-079 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Todd A. Schaffer.|
|1.91k||21 photo Welcome Aboard PDF of the Boise (SSN-764).||USN photos courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|568k||The Boise (SSN-764) arrives at Huntington Ingalls Industries Newport News Shipbuilding division to begin its 25-month extended engineering overhaul. |
The boat will undergo planned maintenance and repair activities pierside before it will be moved to a dry dock in January 2019. The extended engineering overhaul, which includes system upgrades, will take 25 months and is expected to be completed in 2021.
|Text courtesy of newsroom.huntingtoningalls.com.|
Photo by Ashley Cowan/HII.
Photo added 06/19/18.
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