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|49k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) at anchor, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
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|252k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) arrives in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, - passing the Arizona Memorial - to load U.S. Army equipment to be used
in Exercise Turbo Patriot 00.
Photo by John Brady. MSC
|82k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) at anchor in the Bay of Gibraltar, 14 November 2001||Photo by Daniel Ferro|
|335k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) pierside while unloading cargo, 11 March 2002, location unknown.
Photo by Richard F. Olsen, United States Army
|281k||Five large, medium-speed, roll-on/roll-off ships, or LMSRs (left to right) moored in their lay berths at Newport News, VA., 2002. From left to right:
USNS Seay (T-AKR-302),
USNS Mendonca (T-AKR-303),
USNS Watkins (T-AKR-315),
USNS Gordon (T-AKR-296) and
USNS Gilliland (T-AKR-298).
Photo by Nobe Smith. MSC.
|165k||Army vehicles sit in position on an Army causeway for transport to the Native Atlas base camp in Kuwait after driving off of USNS Seay (T-AKR-302), circa February 2007. MSC photo by Larry Crutchfield.||Bill Gonyo|
|2104k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) conducts operations supporting Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore (JLOTS) exercises. JLOTS is a joint operation that consists of loading and unloading ships without fixed port facilities, in friendly or non-defended territories.
US Navy photo # 090615-N-6676S-102 CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (June 15, 2009) by MC2 John Stratton.
|434k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) drydocked at Boston, MA., April 2010
Photo by Gianpaolo.
|191k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) anchored in the Deer Island Anchorage, Boston Harbor, 21 May 2010.
Photo by jelpics, Flickr.
|418k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) moored at Detyens Shipyard, North Charleston, S.C. 5 September 2010.
Photo by Earl Stephens, Shipspotting.com
|1436k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) moored at Marine Corps Support Facility Blount Island, Jacksonville FL. in January 2011. The ship has been modified and now is in the Maritime Prepositioning Force under MSC PM-3. When deployed it will be assigned to MPSRON 2.||Photo by Lee Wahler|
4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division, drive an amphibious assault vehicle off the back of the USNS SEAY
(T-AKR-302) a Maritime Prepositioning Ship, at Blount Island in Jacksonville, FL., 13 August. 2014. The Reserve Marines of 4th AAV Bn. conducted the training to
increase proficiency in ship-to-shore operations and work on interoperability with the U.S. Navy.
US Marine Corps Photo # 140814-M-MH863-012 Jacksonville, FL. (Aug. 13, 2014) By: Lance Cpl. Sara Graham.
|236k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) drydocked at Boston Naval Shipyard, 10 June 2018.
Photo taken by Italianlancer08 (real name unknown).
|409k||USNS Seay (T-AKR-302) in Drydock No. 3, Boston, MA., date unknown.
Photo taken by Arnold Reinhold
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