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|92k||Cheyenne (SSN-773), under construction at Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock, Newport, VA.||Federation of American Scientist,(fas.org).|
|321k||An aerial starboard quarter view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773) resting on the building ways in front of the Module Outfitting Facility building at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation. Behind the Cheyenne is a commercial ferry boat under construction. The Cheyenne is the sixtieth and last Los Angeles class submarine to be built. The ship is decked out in bunting and is ready for christening and launch, 1 April 1995.||Official USN photo # DN-SC-95-01536, by Robert J. Sitar, from the Department of Defense Still Media Collection, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
|379k||An aerial starboard quarter view (135 degrees off centerline) of the nuclear-powered attack submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773) decked out in bunting as the ship is readied for christening and launching at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation facility on the James River.||Official USN photo # DN-SC-95-01535, by Robert J. Sitar, from the Department of Defense Still Media Collection, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
|380k||An aerial starboard quarter view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773) resting on the building ways in front of the Module Outfitting Facility building at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation. Behind the Cheyenne is a commercial ferry boat under construction.||Official USN photo # DN-SC-95-01537, by Robert J. Sitar, from the Department of Defense Still Media Collection, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
|300k||PCU Cheyenne (SSN-773) conducting sea trials off the Atlantic coast.||Photo courtesy of the Northrup Grumman Corporation via Bill Gonyo.|
|82k||On April Fool's Day, 10,000 onlookers watched as the last Los Angeles class submarine was christened the Cheyenne (SSN-773), by Mrs. Ann Simpson (wife of Senator Alan K. Simpson of Wyoming). This night-time christening was ended with a laser-light and fireworks show.||Photo by Judi Baldwin, courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, VA. Text courtesy of seawolves.org.|
|3.48k||Fifteen page PDF Christening Pamphlet for the Cheyenne (SSN-773) on 1 April 1995.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|92k||Christening Ceremony of the Cheyenne (SSN-773), at Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock, Newport, VA., 1 April 1995.||Photo by Jim Hemeon, courtesy of General Dynamics Electric Boat.|
|92k||Ending of the festivities featuring the Cheyenne (SSN-773), at her Christening ceremony at Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock, Newport, VA on 1 April 1995.||Photo by Judi Baldwin, courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, VA.|
|128k||The Cheyenne (SSN-773) at Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Newport News, VA., on launching day, 16 April 1995.||USN photo.|
|570k||Cheyenne (SSN-773), finished product.||Photo courtesy of usmilitaryart.com|
|837k||Eighteen page PDF Welcome Aboard pamphlet the Cheyenne (SSN-773) on March 1997.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|451k||Sign of the times for Cheyenne (SSN-773).||S Navy photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com|
|128k||The submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773) displays the flag as she departs on her first deployment on 3 February 1999.||Official USN photo # DN-SD-03-12133, from the Department of Defense Still Media Collection, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
|111k||Cheyenne (SSN-773), maneuvers through the choppy waters of Apra Harbor as she approaches the island of Guam.||USN photo # N-9885M-002 by PH2 Alan D. Monyelle USN, courtesy of US Navy Chinfo Ship Images.|
|328k||Cheyenne (SSN-773) maneuvers into formation with 20 other warships participating in RIMPAC 2000 off the west coast of the island of Oahu, Hawaii on 18 June 2000.||USN photo # N-8421M-003 by PH2(NAC) David C. Mercil, courtesy of cpf.navy.mil., submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|491k||Off the coast of Hawaii on 20 June 2000, the Abraham Lincoln Battle Group steams alongside one another for a Battle Group Photo during RIMPAC 2000. Ships involved are Tucson (SSN-770) & Cheyenne (SSN-773), Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72), Shiloh (CG-67), Bunker Hill (CG-52), Fletcher (DD-992), Paul Hamilton (DDG-60), Cromlin (FFG-37) and Camden (AOE-2).||USN photo by PH2 Gabriel Wilson, courtesy of cpf.navy.mil., submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|91k||A crewman aboard the Cheyenne (SSN-773) checks the loading arm of the torpedo loader while underway during RIMPAC 2000. RIMPAC is the largest maritime exercise in the Asia-Pacific region, bringing together military forces from seven different nations.||USN photo # N-1126V-049 by PH1 John Valente. Photo and caption cleared for release by CDR McWhorter, COMTHIRDFLT PAO & & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|106k||A phone talker logs notes aboard Cheyenne (SSN-773) while underway during RIMPAC 2000.||USN photo # N-1126V-031 by PH1 John Valente. Photo and caption cleared for release by CDR McWhorter, COMTHIRDFLT PAO & & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|96K||Cheyenne's (SSN-773) commanding Officer CDR William Stacia, JR., from Richmond, VA., sites the target ship while performing a live fire exercise during RIMPAC 2000.||USN photo # N-1126V-029 by PH1 John Valente. Photo and caption cleared for release by CDR McWhorter, COMTHIRDFLT PAO & & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|117k||Petty Officer Cyr checks various gauges while Cheyenne (SSN-773) is submerged off the coast of Hawaii during RIMPAC 2000.||USN photo # N-1126V-038 by PH1 John Valente. Photo and caption cleared for release by CDR McWhorter, COMTHIRDFLT PAO & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|70k||The Dive Officer monitors depth gages while submerging during RIMPAC 2000.||USN photo # N-1126V-033 by PH1 John Valente. Photo and caption cleared for release by CDR McWhorter, COMTHIRDFLT PAO & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|144k||Captain Charles Doty graduated from Penn State University in 1983 with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Physics and received his commission from Navy Officer Candidate School. He obtained a Masters of Science in strategic Intelligence from Defense Intelligence College and a Masters of Strategic Studies while attending Air War College. At sea, he has served on Haddock (SSN-621) where he completed a 24 month overhaul and was Combat Systems Officer for a six month Western Pacific deployment. He completed four strategic deterrent patrols as Engineer Officer on Vallejo (SSBN-760), and then served as the Submarine Operations Officer for Cruiser-Destroyer Group 12 where he completed Saratoga's (CV-62) last Mediterranean Deployment and embarked on Wasp (LHD-1) for Haiti Operations “Uphold and Support Democracy. Captain Doty was the Executive Officer aboard the Indianapolis (SSN-687) and was awarded the Navy Unit Citation for the ship's final Western Pacific deployment. He relieved as Commanding Officer, Cheyenne (SSN-773) in February 2002. During his tour, Cheyenne completed a nine month extended Western Pacific deployment and was "First to Strike" during Operation Iraqi Freedom. The ship received the Navy Unit Citation for Fifth Fleet operations, the Meritorious Unit Citation for Seventh Fleet operations, the 2003 Submarine Squadron Seven Battle Efficiency 'E', and the 2003 Pacific Fleet Arliegh Burke Award. Captain Doty was presented the Jack Darby Award for Inspirational Leadership as Commanding Officer from the Navy Submarine League.||USN photo submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|80k||Cheyenne (SSN-773), the broom on the mast "clean sweep" (all missiles on target, no duds or failures following Operation Iraqi Freedom., April 2003.||Photo by Robert Schumacher ET1(SS).|
|134k||Cheyenne (SSN-773), returning from the Western Pacific to Pearl Harbor, April 2003.||Photo by Robert Schumacher ET1(SS).|
|291k||Rear Adm. John B. Padgett III, Commander Submarine Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, speaks during the Submarine Squadron Seven change of command ceremony held aboard the Cheyenne (SSN-773) on 30 May 2003. At the ceremony, Capt. Dennis J. Murphy relieves Capt. Glen A. Niederhauser as Commanding Officer.||USN photo #vN-7833F-016 by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Adan Fabela III via Bill Gonyo.|
|264k||Sailors aboard the Los Angeles class attack submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773) wave to family members as the submarine pulls into port at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 24 April 2003 returning from deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.||USN photo # N-5376G-025 by Photographer's Mate Airman Benjamin D. Glass.|
|357k||The Los Angeles class attack submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773) passes the Arizona Memorial as she returns to Pearl Harbor 24 April 2003 after nearly nine months at sea. Cheyenne is the first Pacific Fleet warship to return home following Operation Iraqi Freedom.||USN photo # N-3228G-010 by Photographer's Mate 1st Class William R. Goodwin.|
|180k||Cheyenne (SSN-773), at Pearl Harbor, 2003.||Photo P7310011, courtesy of csp.navy.|
|224k||Chefs de Cuisine and the galley -- this seems almost like an oxymoron. But through the steps taken by the Navy this is becoming reality.|
Recently during the week of 9 January 2004. Chef Trevor Hamilton has volunteered to help the Culinary Specialists (CS) aboard Cheyenne (SSN-773) 'tighten up' their meals.
Hamilton, a native of Ontario, Canada, has been a chef for 26 years. This year he is spending 26 days giving a helping hand to Navy cooks. He has been onboard Bremerton (SSN-698), Lake Erie (CG-70) and is currently on board Cheyenne.
As a part of the Commander Submarine Force U.S. Pacific Fleet's (COMSUBPAC) sponsored 'Adopt-a-Ship' program, he has been sharing his skills with Sailors since 1999. COMSUBPAC's Force Culinary Specialist, Senior Chief Joseph Demeule handles the paperwork to have Hamilton sponsored every year.
'Hamilton has done a phenomenal job. The CSs get first hand industry knowledge. They learn more in a day with a professional chef than they do in a two week class,' said Demeule.
During Hamilton's five years of voluntary service he has spent 122 days at sea, with seven of those days underway on board a submarine.
'I came to volunteer my time to the cooks in the fleet,' said Hamilton. 'I want to show them the difference between fleet and civilian cooking venues. However, I am not here to teach them how to cook. I am here just to show them different ways of improving recipes.'
The CSs on board Cheyenne took advantage of having Hamilton onboard and decided to cook up some new ideas. 'Chef Trevor gave us a lot of insight and suggestions. He helped us learn how to spice up the meals,' said Culinary Specialist 3rd Class Wesley Clark.
|USN photo by JO3 Corwin Colbert, courtesy of csp.navy.|
|419k||A Machinist's Mate on board Cheyenne (SSN-773), dons a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) on 16 April 2004.Cheyenne is the fourth Pearl Harbor-based submarine to be equipped with the new firefighting gear.||USN photo by JO3 Corwin Colbert, courtesy of csp.navy.|
|180k||Commemorative post mark honoring the Cheyenne (SSN-773), with logo emblem crest mailed as "FREE" mail on 11 July 2004 when submarine return to home port folowing deployment OIF.||Photo & text submitted by Jack Treutle (of blessed memory).|
|252k||Family members say "aloha" to loved ones as Cheyenne (SSN-773), gets underway for a six-month Western Pacific deployment on 8 October 2004.||Photo # IM041008, by JO3 Corwin Colbert, courtesy of csp.navy.|
|366k||The Cheyenne (SSN-773) at Yokuska, Japan, February 2005.||USN photo by STSCS(SS) Robert Carlin.|
|415k||The Cheyenne (SSN-773) is tied up to the dock in the beautiful turquoise waters of Saipan, March 2005.||USN photo by STSCS(SS) Robert Carlin.|
|96k||Cheyenne (SSN-773) crew members eagerly sample some of the tasty offerings from the 2008 Capt. Edward F. Ney Award-winning food service division. The Ney award was created in 1958 to recognize Food Service Excellence.||USN photo # N-9486C-001 by Photo by MC1(SW) Cynthia Clark, courtesy of Bill Gonyo.|
|217k||U.S. Navy Cmdr. M.J. Tesar, commanding officer of the attack submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773) conducts a triple reenlistment ceremony aboard the Bowfin museum 14 November 2008, at Pearl Harbor Memorial Park in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Machinist Mate 2nd Class Anthony O’Hare, Machinist Mate 3rd Class Caleb Clonts and Machinist Mate 2nd Class Timothy Griffin each reenlisted for six more years of naval service and received a total combined reenlistment bonus of $247,000.||USN photo # N-1126V-038 by MCSN Luciano Marano & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|294k||Captain Christopher Kaiser, Commander, Submarine Squadron Seven, presents the Squadron’s 2009 Deck Seamanship Excellence Award to the crew of the Cheyenne's (SSN-773) Deck Department. This award recognizes distinguished Sailors for outstanding performances in their department, ultimately contributing to mission readiness.||USN photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ronald Gutridge & submitted by Bill Gonyo.|
|837k||The guided-missile destroyers Russell (DDG-59) and Chung-Hoon (DDG-93), the guided-missile frigate Reuben James (FFG-57), the Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Guadalupe (T-AO-200) and the attack submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773) transit during exercise Koa Kai off the coast of the Oahu on 13 November 2010. Koa Kai is the primary integrated training event for Mid-Pacific surface combatant units designed to achieve deployment certifications and training.||USN photo #N-3666S-049 by Mass Communication 2nd Class Robert Stirrup courtesy of navy.news.mil.|
|253k||A teal ribbon banner representing Sexual Assault Awareness Month is displayed on the Submarine Escape Training Tank above the Cheyenne (SSN-773) at the submarine Piers at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on 27 April 2012. The banner, which was unfurled 25 April emphasizes that sexual assault prevention is everyone's duty while promoting Sexual Assault Awareness Month.||USN photo # 120427-N-UK333-002 USN photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ronald Gutridge courtesy of navy.news.mil.|
|1.38k||With the mooring of the Los Angeles class submarine Bremerton (SSN-698) on April 16, Apra Harbor now has seven submarines in port. This is the highest number of submarines in the harbor since the re-establishment of Commander, Submarine Squadron (SUBRON) 15 in 2001. The submarines are conducting maintenance prior to continuing their deployments. The submarines include (from top left, clockwise), the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force submarine JS Hakuryu (SS-503), the Los Angeles class submarines Cheyenne (SSN-773), Bremerton, and Charlotte (SSN-766), Ohio (SSGN-726), the Los Angeles class submarines Oklahoma City (SSN-723), and Key West (SSN-722), and the submarine tender Frank Cable (AS-40) on 17 April 2013.||USN photo 130417-N-LS794-001 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jeffrey Jay Price.|
Photo added 04/21/19.
|1.44k||PACIFIC OCEAN (28 July 2016): Fast-attack submarine Cheyenne (SSN-773), Republic of Korea Chang Bogo-class submarine ROKS Lee Eokgi (SS-71), and fast-attack submarine's Tucson (SSN-770), and Santa Fe (SSN-763) transit in close formation as four of 40 ships and submarines representing 13 international partner nations during Rim of the Pacific 2016. Twenty-six nations, more than 40 ships and submarines, more than 200 aircraft, and 25,000 personnel are participating in RIMPAC from 30 June to 4 August in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California.||Combat Camera photo # 160728-N-SI773-2313 by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ace Rheaume, courtesy of news.navy.mil. via Ron Reeves (of blessed memory).|
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