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US Navy photo # 120826-O-ZZ999-001 WASHINGTON (Aug. 26, 2012), courtesy NASA.
|Robert M. Cieri|
|373k||An artist's rendering of the Armstrong-class auxiliary general oceanographic research vessel (AGOR), R/V Neil Armstrong (AGOR-27). AGOR ships are modern oceanographic research platforms capable of satisfying a wide range of research activities in oceanographic research. The ships will join the US Academic research fleet, supporting critical naval research throughout the world's oceans.
US Navy photo #120924-N-ZZ999-101 WASHINGTON (Sept. 24, 2012)
|253k||Keel authentication and dedication of R/V Neil Armstrong (AGOR-27) at Dakota Creek Industries Inc., Anacortes, WA., 17 August 2012.
US Navy photo 120817-N-DX364-235 by MC1 Joan E. Jennings.
|198k||Carol Armstrong, ship's sponsor for the Auxiliary General Oceanographic Research (AGOR) research vessel (R/V) Neil Armstrong (AGOR-27), breaks a bottle of Champagne across bow during a christening ceremony at Dakota Creek Industries, Inc. shipyard in Anacortes, WA. Joining Armstrong on the platform are Rear Adm. Matthew Klunder, left, chief of naval research, Mr. Dick Nelson, president, Dakota Creek Industries, Inc., and Kali Armstrong, granddaughter of the late astronaut. The Navy, through the Office of Naval Research (ONR), has been a leader in building and providing large ships for the nation's academic research fleet since World War II.US Navy photo # 140329-N-PO203-336 ANACORTES, Wash. (Mar. 29, 2014) by John F. Williams.||Robert M. Cieri|
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