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|87k||ST Petersburg (AOT-9101) underway, overhead view, date and location unknown.
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|96k||Stern view of ST Petersburg (AOT-9101) in Pohang Harbor, Republic of Korea, 20 October 1998, while waiting to deploy a single-anchor leg mooring system (SALM).
US Navy photo # 981020-F-5789F-505 by SSGT Steve Faulisi, from the collections of the Defense Information Visual Center.
|144k||A Utility boat passes ST Petersburg (AOT-9101) in Pohang Harbor, Republic of Korea, 20 October 1998, as she prepares to deploy a single-anchor leg mooring system (SALM). Once deployed, the SALM provides a semipermanent platform for continued fuel discharge operations.
US Navy photo # 981020-F-5789F-503 by SSGT Steve Faulisi, from the collections of the Defense Information Visual Center.
|151k||The attack submarine USS Houston (SSN-713), of
Submarine Squadron 15 (SUBRON 15) gets a periscope reading on ST Petersburg (AOT) 9101), 22 June,2006 during the Pacific Command's joint exercise Valiant Shield 2006.
US Navy Photo. # unknown.
|2115k||ST Petersburg (AOT) 9101) lists 10 degrees on her starboard side as the ship launches its single anchor leg mooring system
during Arctic Expeditionary Capabilities Exercise (AECE) 2019. Approximately 3,000 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps personnel participate in AECE 2019, a joint training
exercise that tests expeditionary logistical capabilities in the Arctic and Southern California regions and prepares joint forces to respond to crises across the
US Navy Photo. # 190917-N-MW964-1081 POINT LOMA, Calif. (Sept. 17, 2019) by EA1 Heather Salzman
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