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|Vietnamese Counteroffensive-Phase V
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|Vietnam Summer-Fall 1969
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|74k||USS Camden (AOE-2), date and location unknown,
US Navy photo.
|359k||USS Camden (AOE-2) departs after being alongside USS America (CVA-66) during a replenishment at sea in WESTPAC during 1968. Photo taken from USS English (DLG-22)||John Spivey|
|158k||Line handlers on board USS Boston (CA-69) bring across a fuel hose from USS Camden (AOE-2) during underway replenishment operations in the Gulf of Tonkin, July 1968.
US Navy photo # USN 1134232 by PH2 Gardner, from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.
|US Naval Historical Center|
|86k||USS Camden (AOE-2) underway alongside the guided missile cruiser USS Chicago (CG-11) during the Vietnam war. The image shows Camden's refueling hose being hauled across to Chicago. Photo taken by Thewellman (name unknown).||Robert Hurst|
|153k||USS Camden (AOE-2), en route to Vietnam, South China Sea||Photo by William P Jones, MD
Medical Officer USS Niagara Falls (AFS-3)
|197k||USS Camden (AOE-2), date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|Dennis Stephenson SMC USN Ret|
|79k||USS Camden (AOE-2) conducting an underway replenishment with USS Intrepid (CVS-11), WESTPAC, second half of 1968.||Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.|
|104k||USS Camden (AOE-2), with USS Hollister (DD-788) alongside during Vertrep and refueling operations off the coast of South Vietnam in 1969. Photo taken from Iwo Jima (LPH-2) by H.R. Adams CSC USN||Larry Lee|
|63k||USS Camden (AOE-2) at anchor at Subic Bay, P.I., in February 1969,
US Navy photo.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|3327k||USS Camden (AOE-2) in the harbor at Wellington, New Zealand, 14 August 1979.||Photo from the Chris Howell collection with copyright|
|84k||USS Camden (AOE-2) mooring at Pier 38 San Francisco Service Engineering Co., 2 October 1981 to begin an extensive overhaul. The overhaul was scheduled to be completed by Todd Shipbuilding, Oakland, CA. by November 1982.||Tommy Trampp|
|98k||USS Camden (AOE-2), bows on view in port San Diego, at NAS North Island, circa February 1987. Photo taken from the USS Coronado (AGF-11).||Lacy L Lee Jr, RM1 USN Ret|
|95k||USS Camden (AOE-2) underway, date and location unknown.||Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.|
|347k||USS Camden (AOE-2) underway, date and location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|94k||USS Camden (AOE-2) underway, date and location unknown.||Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.|
|61k||USS Camden (AOE-2) underway off the coast of California, 24 February 1989.
Photo by Karsten Petersen
|188k||USS Camden (AOE-2) with USS Cook (FF-1083) alongside, 1 June 1990, at Diego Garcia.
US Navy photo DVID # DN-SC-93-01106
An aerial view of Battle Group 94 underway near Australia, circa July 1994.
The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) is shown with some of the
accompanying ships of the Battle Group. Clockwise from the left: the nuclear-powered attack submarine
USS Asheville (SSN-758), the nuclear-powered
guided missile cruiser USS Arkansas (CGN-41), the fast combat support ship USS Camden (AOE-2), the guided missile frigate USS Reuben James (FFG-57), and the guided missile cruiser USS Antietam (CG-54).
|434k||USS Camden (AOE-2) is assisted by tugs into the Port of Valdez, Alaska city terminal in support of the Alaskan Command exercise "Northern Edge 2002.
US Air Force photo # 220424-F-5789F-001 PORT OF VALDEZ, (24 April 2002) by TSGT. Steve Faulisi, USAF
|61k||USS Camden (AOE-2) moored pierside at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA., July 2004.||Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.|
|52k||USS Camden (AOE-2) underway during a replenishment at sea with USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), 24 January 2005.
US Navy photo # 050124-N-8623G-017 from the Navy NewsStand web site
|30k||USS Camden (AOE-2) holds her station as an unidentified DDG breaks away and USS Mustin (DDG-89) prepares to come alongside for replenishment at sea. Week of 13 February 2005.||Photo by Ens. Brandon M. Booher USS Mustin, submitted by John VanGiesen USS Camden|
|45k||USS Camden (AOE-2) holds her course as USS Mustin (DDG-89) comes alongside for replenishment at sea. Week of 13 February 2005. Good close-up view of USS Camden's stern area.||Photo by Ens. Brandon M. Booher USS Mustin, submitted by John VanGiesen USS Camden|
|55k||USS Camden (AOE-2) and USS Mustin (DDG-89) about to begin a replenishment at sea. Week of 13 February 2005.||Photo by Ens. Brandon M. Booher USS Mustin, submitted by John VanGiesen USS Camden|
|36k||USS Camden (AOE-2)'s greeting to ships that come alongside for replenishment at sea. Week of 13 February 2005.||Photo by Ens. Brandon M. Booher USS Mustin, submitted by John VanGiesen USS Camden|
|125k||USS Camden (AOE-2) separates from her position alongside the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) in the Philippine Sea, 17 February 2005. The AOE has the speed and armament to keep up with the Carrier Strike Groups and has the capability to carry more than 177,000 barrels of oil, 2,150 tons of ammunition, 500 tons of dry stores and 250 tons of refrigerated stores. Lincoln and embarked Carrier Air Wing Two (CVW-2) are currently deployed to the Western Pacific Ocean.
US Navy photo # 050217-N-6074Y-108, by PH3 M. Jeremie Yoder.
|129k||USS Camden (AOE-2) transits through the Suez Canal, while operating with the Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group, deployed to the 6th Fleet area of operations (AOR), 8 July 2005. .
US Navy photo # 050708-N-5275P-005 by PHAN Sherry Louise Peck.
|204k||Ex-USS Camden (AOE-2) in the Panama Canal, 14 August 2007, while enroute to ESCO Marine, Brownsville, TX., for scrapping.||Photo by Capt. Peter, Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico|
|218k||Ex-USS Camden (AOE-2) in the Panama Canal, 14 August 2007, while enroute to ESCO Marine, Brownsville, TX., for scrapping.||Photo by Capt. Peter, Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico|
|222k||Ex-USS Camden (AOE-2) moored at ESCO Marine, Brownsville, TX., while being dismantled.||Photo by Michael Martin, Brownsville, TX.|
|1086k||Ex-USS Camden (AOE-02) moored forward of ex-USS Sacramento (AOE-01) at ESCO Marine during scrapping operations. USS Camden (AOE-2) has a fire on board while being cut up by the scrappers torches. Photo by © Michael Martin, Brownsville, TX.||TJ Tropea|
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