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|MV 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (AK-3011) - MSC Charter
|59k||MV 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (AK-3011) at anchor, date and location unknown.
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|75k||MV 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (AK-3011) at anchor, date and location unknown.
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|85k||MV 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (AK-3011) at anchor, date and location unknown.||Nicholas Tiberio|
|70k||MV 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (AK-3011) operated by the Military Sealift Command and flagship for Maritime Prepositioning Squadron Three, anchors off the coast of Chuk Samet, Sattahip, Thailand, to offload Side Loading Warping Tugs (SLWT), lighterage, and other various equipment in support of Exercise Cobra Gold 2002, 1 May 2002. Cobra Gold 2002 is the 21st U.S. Pacific Command exercise conducted in Thailand demonstrating the ability of U.S. forces to deploy rapidly and conduct Joint-Combined Operations with the Thai and Singapore armed forces.
US Navy photo # 020501-N-9818S-005 by PH2 Jennifer A. Smith.005] May 1, 2002
|173k||MV 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (AK-3011) pulls into Pyongtaek Port, South Korea, 8 March 2004, to begin the unloading of equipment for annual training for the U.S. Marine Corps on the Korean Peninsula.
US Marine Corps photo # 040308-M-0000K-002 Pyongtaek Port, Republic of Korea (Mar. 8, 2004) by Lance Cpl. Chris Korhonen.
|USNS 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (T-AK-3011)
|456k||USNS 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (T-AK-3011) receives cargo from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. Marine Corps at Blount Island Command. USAID provided more than 120 pallets of relief supplies and 400 bottles of propane. The Marine Corps cargo included vehicles and heavy equipment to support the distribution of supplies, water production, water distribution and fuel distribution. The Marines also provided limited earth-moving equipment, electrical-producing equipment, limited lumber, building materials, and medical supplies. The ship and supplies are bound for Haiti as part of Operation Unified Response following a 7.0 magnitude earthquake near Port-au-Prince on Jan. 12, 2010.
US Navy photo # 100118-N-1522S-500 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Jan 18, 2010) by MC2 Leah Stiles.
|8075k||Sailors and Marines offload Humvees from USNS 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (T-AK-3011) onto a causeway ferry as they perform a
maritime prepositioning force offload during exercise Freedom Banner at Sattahip Naval Base.
US Marine Corps. photo # 110125-M-3989H-040 SATTAHIP, Thailand (Jan. 25, 2011) by Pfc. Nathaniel Henry.
|253k||USNS 1st. Lt. Jack Lummus (T-AK-3011) arrives at Subic Bay in preparation for exercise Balikatan 16. The exercise, in its 32nd
iteration, is scheduled to take place on the Philippine islands of Luzon, Palawan, and Panay and is an annual bilateral exercise that involves U.S. military and Armed
Forces of the Philippines personnel and subject matter experts from Philippine Civil Defense agencies.
US Navy. photo # 160329-N-IX266-001 OLONGAPO, Philippines (March 29, 2016) by Grady T. Fontana.
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