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Fort Worth (LCS 3)


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Fort Worth 176k 06 June 2012: Marinette, Wis. - Cmdr. Nathan Schneider, second from left, assigned to the Navy's Supervisor of Shipbuilding, reviews the official document that will formally transfer ownership of the littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Fort Worth (LCS 3) from builder Lockheed Martin to the Navy, during a delivery ceremony at the Marinette Marine Corp. shipyard in Marinette, Wis. LCS-3 is the 2nd ship of the LCS class to be built at Marinette, and the 3rd ship of the class. (U.S. Navy photo #120606-O-ZZ999-002 from the Navy News Stand) Navsource
Fort Worth 113k 18 August 2012: The Atlantic Ocean - Sonar Technician (Surface) 1st Class Brandon Greer participates in a fresh water wash down aboard the Freedom-class littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Fort Worth (LCS 3). (U.S. Navy photo #120818-N-CT127-018 by MC2 Josue L. Escobosa from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 116k 18 August 2012: The Atlantic Ocean - Lt. Cavell Thomas stands watch on the bridge of the Freedom-class littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #120817-N-CT127-081 by MC2 Josue L. Escobosa from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 87k 17 September 2012: Galveston, Tex. - Sailors raise the Navy Jack aboard the Freedom-class littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Fort Worth as the ship arrives in Galveston, Texas, for her commissioning ceremony 22 September. Fort Worth will proceed to her homeport in San Diego following commissioning. (U.S. Navy photo #120917-N-DH124-146 by MC2 Rosalie Garcia from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 157k 18 September 2012: Galveston, Tex. - A child gives Sonar Technician (Surface) 1st Class Matthew Bizjak a high-five during a tour of the Freedom-class littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Fort Worth. Fort Worth is scheduled to be commissioned 22 September in Galveston, Texas. Bizjak is assigned to the anti-submarine warfare detachment of the ship. (U.S. Navy photo #120918-N-DH124-139 by MC2 Rosalie Garcia from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 177k 18 September 2012: Galveston, Tex. - Lt. Rich Sealy, Gold crew operations officer of the Freedom-class littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Fort Worth, gives visitors a tour of Fort Worth. Fort Worth is scheduled to be commissioned 22 September in Galveston, Texas. (U.S. Navy photo #120918-N-DH124-069 by MC2 Rosalie Garcia from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 255k 20 September 2012: Galveston, Tex. - Commander Randy Blankenship, blue crew commanding officer of the Freedom-class littoral combat ship PCU Fort Worth, speaks with media on the bridge of the ship in Galveston, Texas. Fort Worth will be commissioned in Galveston Saturday, Sept. 22 and will proceed to her homeport in San Diego following commissioning. (U.S. Navy photo #120920-N-DH124-119 by MC2 Rosalie Garcia from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 255k 22 September 2012: Galveston, Tex. - Sailors assigned to the Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth stand in formation during her commissioning in Galveston, Texas. Fort Worth will proceed to her homeport in San Diego next week. (U.S. Navy photo #120922-N-MM874-001 by MC2 Mike James from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 310k 22 September 2012: Galveston, Tex. - Sailors assigned to the Freedom-class littoral combat ship Fort Worth run aboard to bring the ship to life during her commissioning in Galveston, Texas. Fort Worth will proceed to her homeport in San Diego next week. (U.S. Navy photo #120922-N-MM874-003 by MC2 Mike James from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 281k 22 September 2012: Galveston, Tex. - Sailors assigned to the Freedom-class littoral combat ship Fort Worth run to man the ship and bring her to life during the commissioning ceremony. (U.S. Navy photo #120922-N-DH124-375 by MC2 Rosalie Garcia from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 321k 19 August 2014: San Diego, Cal. - Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michelle Howard talks to Lt. j.g. Sean Lewis, navigator aboard the littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth (LCS 3), about the ship's autopilot system. Littoral combat ships have the ability to deploy manned and unmanned vehicles to execute missions. (U.S. Navy photo #140819-N-IC565-099 by MC3 Bradley J. Gee from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 203k 20 November 2014: The Pacific Ocean - Aviation Electronics Technician 1st Class Michael McDowell, Lt. Robert Bower, Aviation Electronics Technician 3rd Class Tanja Sterling and Aviation Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Jesus Ramirez, assigned to Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 35, Detachment 1, use a maintenance portable electronic display device to trouble shoot navigation systems for an MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned autonomous helicopter aboard the littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth (LCS 3). HSM-35 is the Navy's first composite expeditionary helicopter squadron. Fort Worth departed its homeport of San Diego Nov. 17 for a 16-month rotational deployment to Singapore in support of the Navy's strategic rebalance to the Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo #141120-N-DC018-018 by MC2 Antonio P. Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 242k 24 November 2014: Pearl Harbor, Hi. - Officers and enlisted sailors aboard the littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth observe ship's mooring operation as it arrives to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled port visit. Fort Worth is deployed for a scheduled 16-month rotational deployment to Singapore in support of the Navy's strategic rebalance to the Pacific. Fort Worth is the first littoral combat ship to deploy under the 3-2-1 manning concept, swapping fully trained crews roughly every four months and extending the littoral combat ship forward presence. (U.S. Navy photo #141124-N-WF272-084 by MC2 Diana Quinlan from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 320k 25 November 2014: Pearl Harbor, Hi. - U.S. Pacific Fleet Master Chief Marco Ramirez learns about the readiness control operator aboard the Freedom class littoral combat ship Fort Worth from Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Electrical) 1st Class Cody Street during a ship visit while the ship is in Hawaii. Fort Worth departed its homeport in San Diego 17 Nov. for a 16-month rotational deployment to Singapore in support of the Navy's strategic rebalance to the Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo #141125-N-QF605-001 by MC1 Amanda Dunford from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 384k 22 December 2014: Jakarta, Indonesia - Cmdr. Kendall Bridgewater, commanding officer of Crew 104 of the littoral combat ship Fort Worth, is welcomed by Indonesians following Fort Worth's arrival in Jakarta, Indonesia. This is the ship's first port visit in Southeast Asia during its 16-month rotational deployment in support of the Asia-Pacific rebalance. (U.S. Navy photo #141222-N-EE855-003 by Lt. Lauryn Dempsey from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 261k 01 January 2015: Changi Naval Base, Singapore - Cmdr. Mark Haney, USS Fort Worth (LCS 3) Crew 104 executive officer, listens as Navy Diver 2nd Class Daniel Clarke, left, and Navy Diver 2nd Class Daniel Soulliard, right, both assigned to Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit (MDSU) 1, discuss the capabilities of the Tow Fish side scan sonar system. Fort Worth will deploy the Tow Fish system in support of Indonesian-led efforts to locate missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501. (U.S. Navy photo #150101-N-YU572-127 by MC1 Jay C. Pugh from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 249k 03 January 2015: at sea off Indonesia - Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Adam Garnett signals an MH-60R Sea Hawk helicopter from Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 35 on the flight deck of Fort Worth. Fort Worth is currently on station conducting helicopter search and recovery operations as part of the Indonesian-led efforts to locate missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501. (U.S. Navy photo #150103-N-DC018-072 by MC2 Antonio P. Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 128k 03 January 2015: at sea off Indonesia - Logistics Specialist 3rd Class Norrik Hodge stands watch on the bridge wing of Fort Worth. Fort Worth is currently on station conducting helicopter search and recovery operations as part of the Indonesian-led efforts to locate missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501. (U.S. Navy photo #150103-N-DC018-128 by MC2 Antonio P. Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 242k 04 January 2015: The Java Sea - Sailors aboard the littoral combat ship Fort Worth make preparations to launch a Tow Fish side scan sonar system from the ship's 11-m rigid hull inflatable boat. Fort Worth, in the background, is currently on station in the Java Sea supporting Indonesian-led efforts to locate missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501. (U.S. Navy photo #150104-N-DC018-125 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 171k 04 January 2015: The Java Sea - Navy Diver 2nd Class Daniel Soulliard, left, and Navy Diver 2nd Class Daniel Clarke, right, both assigned to Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit (MDSU) 1, prepare to operate a Tow Fish side scan sonar system from littoral combat ship Fort Worth's 11-m rigid hull inflatable boat. Fort Worth is currently on station in the Java Sea supporting Indonesian-led efforts to locate missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501. (U.S. Navy photo #150104-N-DC018-220 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 309k 27 January 2015: Changi Naval Base, Singapore - Cmdr. Kendall Bridgewater, commanding officer of the littoral combat ship Fort Worth, gives an overview of the ship's bridge equipment to Puneet Talwar, assistant secretary of state for the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs. (U.S. Navy photo #150127-N-DC018-066 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 187k 29 January 2015: Changi Naval Base, Singapore - Chief Machinist Mate Benjamin Carnes starts the main engines aboard the littoral combat ship Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150129-N-DC018-003 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 144k 29 January 2015: Changi Naval Base, Singapore - Engineman 2nd Class Cheng Lee takes a water sample in preparation to start the main engines aboard Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150129-N-DC018-135 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 141k 29 January 2015: Changi Naval Base, Singapore - Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 1st Class Johnathan Hovinga stands watch in an engineering space aboard Fort Worth prior to starting the main engines. (U.S. Navy photo #150129-N-DC018-244 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 252k 29 January 2015: Changi Naval Base, Singapore - Chief Machinist Mate Benjamin Carnes and Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 1st Class Johnathan Hovinga make final inspections in preparation to start the main engines on Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150129-N-DC018-342 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 295k 02 February 2015: The Java Sea - Chief Quartermaster Brian Morris, left, Command Master Chief Clayton Hartley, and Senior Chief Engineman Eric Gilbert stand bridge watches aboard Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150203-N-DC018-336 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 121k 05 February 2015: Changi Naval Base, Singapore - Chief Fire Controlman Beth Simpson-Fuchs moves 57 mm rounds aboard Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150205-N-DC018-034 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 282k 08 February 2015: Coronado, Cal. - Aviation Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Paul Krajilek, from Toledo, Ohio, assigned to Crew 103 of the littoral combat ship Fort Worth, says goodbye to his wife and son before departing from Naval Air Station North Island to meet Fort Worth in Singapore. LCS Crew 103 and Detachment Two from the Magicians of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 35 are relieving LCS Crew 104 as part of a 16-month rotational deployment. (U.S. Navy photo #150208-N-JO908-029 by MC3 Kory Alsberry from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 454k 12 February 2015: Sembawang, Singapore - Sailors assigned to Surface Warfare Mission Package, Detachment 1, inventory equipment with sailors from Surface Warfare Mission Package, Detachment 2, during the first crew turnover aboard Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150212-N-DC018-004 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 261k 12 February 2015: Sembawang, Singapore - Engineman 2nd Class Jennifer Ordenana, left, from Queens, N.Y., assigned to the littoral combat ship Fort Worth, LCS Crew 104, inventories equipment with Engineman 2nd Class Kandice Edel, from Baycliff, Texas, assigned to LCS Crew 103, during the first crew turnover aboard Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150212-N-DC018-026 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 267k 16 February 2015: Sembawang, Singapore - Cmdr. Kendall Bridgewater, commanding officer of the littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth, guides a tour of Fort Worth for U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan and members of the House Ways and Means Committee. Fort Worth is on a 16-month rotational deployment in support of the Asia-Pacific Rebalance. (U.S. Navy photo # 150216-N-DC018-040 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 372k 17 February 2015: Sembawang, Singapore - Cmdr. Kendall Bridgewater, LCS Crew 104 commanding officer, right, transfers command of Fort Worth to Cmdr. Matthew Kawas, LCS Crew 103 commanding officer, at a change of command ceremony overseen by Capt. Fred Kacher, commodore of Destroyer Squadron 7 commodore. Fort Worth is on a 16-month rotational deployment in support of the Asia-Pacific Rebalance. (U.S. Navy photo #150217-N-VO234-012 by MC2 Conor Minto from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 134k 18 February 2015: San Diego, Cal. - Lt. j.g. Travis Schallenberger, assigned to the Magicians of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 35, Detachment One, greets his daughter during the detachment's homecoming celebration at Naval Air Station North Island. Detachment One completed the first four months of a 16-month rotational deployment aboard Fort Worth in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility in support of America's strategic rebalance to the Asia Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo #150218-N-DZ075-013 by MC3 Ryan Harper from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 220k 18 February 2015: San Diego, Cal. - Electronics Technician 1st Class David Miller, assigned to the littoral combat ship Fort Worth Crew 104, holds his wife and son during Crew 104's homecoming at Naval Air Station North Island. Crew 104 completed the first four months of a 16-month rotational deployment aboard Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150218-N-DZ075-021 by MC3 Ryan Harper from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 147k 22 February 2015: South China Sea - Lt. j.g. Lawrence Brazin, a helicopter control officer, communicates with the bridge of Fort Worth from the helicopter control tower as an MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned aircraft system from Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 35 Detachment 2, takes off from the flight deck of Fort Worth during flight operations. (U.S. Navy photo #150222-N-VO234-243 by MC2 Conor Minto from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 375k 26 February 2015: South China Sea - Gunner's Mate 1st Class Thomas Culbertson, right, from Media, Pa., a search and rescue swimmer assigned to Surface Warfare Mission Package, Detachment 1, embarked aboard Fort Worth, performs a cross chest carry on Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class James Rutherford, from Galveston, Texas, a search and rescue swimmer assigned to Fort Worth, during a training exercise. (U.S. Navy photo #150226-N-VO234-027 by MC2 Conor Minto from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 212k 09 April 2015: Da Nang, Vietnam - Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus speaks with sailors aboard the littoral combat ship Fort Worth during Naval Engagement Activity (NEA) Vietnam 2015. In its sixth year, NEA Vietnam is designed to foster mutual understanding, build confidence in the maritime domain and strengthen relationships between the U.S. Navy, Vietnam People's Navy and the local community. (U.S. Navy photo # 150409-N-VO234-013 by MC2 Conor Minto from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 775k 26 May 2015: Sembawang, Singapore - The littoral combat ship Fort Worth Crews 103 and 102 stand at attention during a change of command ceremony aboard Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #150526-N-MK881-036 by MC2 Joe Bishop from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 347k 20 June 2015: South China Sea - Sailors conduct a mass casualty drill in the airborne mission zone of the littoral combat ship Fort Worth. On a 16-month rotational deployment in support of the Indo-Asia-Pacific Rebalance, Fort Worth is a fast and agile warship tailor-made to patrol the region's littorals and work hull-to-hull with partner navies, providing the U.S. 7th Fleet with the flexible capabilities it needs now and in the future. (U.S. Navy photo #150619-N-MK881-820 by MC2 Joe Bishop from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 164k 16 July 2015: Singapore - Gunner's Mate 1st Class Christopher Steele, assigned to Surface Warfare Mission Package, Detachment 4, embarked aboard the littoral combat ship Fort Worth, and Sailors from the Republic of Singapore navy compete in tug-of-war during Sports Day as part of Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Singapore 2015. CARAT is an annual, bilateral exercise series with the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and the armed forces of nine partner nations. (U.S. Navy photo #150716-N-MK881-329 by MC2 Joe Bishop from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 591k 23 July 2015: South China Sea - Lt. j.g. Hasenbank, center, mentors new ensigns as he stands his last officer of the deck watch aboard the littoral combat ship Fort Worth during a Singapore Strait transit. Hasenbank was one of the first assigned ensigns to the LCS program and the first ensign to earn a Surface Warfare Officer pin on an LCS. Currently on a 16-month rotational deployment in support of the Indo-Asia-Pacific-Rebalance, Fort Worth is a fast and agile warship tailor-made to patrol the region's littorals and work hull-to-hull with partner navies, providing the U.S. 7th Fleet with the flexible capabilities it needs now and in the future. (U.S. Navy photo #150723-N-IH037-001 by Lt. James Arterberry from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 176k 01 August 2015: South China Sea - Engineman 2nd Class Changxuan Zhou, left, receives training from Chief Engineman Robert Carter on the combined contaminated fuel detector, which determines the quantity of solid contamination present in fuels, aboard the littoral combat ship Fort Worth. Fort Worth is on a 16-month rotational deployment in support of the Indo-Asia-Pacific Rebalance. (U.S. Navy photo #150801-N-MK881-332 by MC2 Joe Bishop from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 432k 27 September 2015: Andaman Sea - Sailors pass food down a working party into the airborne mission zone of Fort Worth during a vertical replenishment. Currently on a 16-month rotational deployment in support of the Indo-Asia-Pacific Rebalance, Fort Worth is a fast and agile warship tailor-made to patrol the region's littorals and work hull-to-hull with partner navies, providing U.S. 7th Fleet with the flexible capabilities it needs now and in the future. (U.S. Navy photo #150926-N-MK881-201 by MC2 Joe Bishop from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 373k 12 November 2015: South China Sea - Chief Gunner's Mate Daniel Bieber and Fire Controlman 2nd Class Nicholas Darnell hook a pallet to a MH-60R Seahawk helicopter, from Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM 35), aboard USS Fort Worth during a vertical replenishment with Military Sealift Command dry cargo/ammunition ship USNS Richard E. Byrd (T-AKE-4). Currently on a 16-month rotational deployment in support of the Asia-Pacific Rebalance, Fort Worth is a fast and agile warship tailor-made to patrol the region's littorals and work hull-to-hull with partner navies. (U.S. Navy photo #151112-N-DC018-008 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 110k 28 December 2015: Strait of Malacca - Gunner's Mate 1st Class Anthony Rizzardini, a member of the small caliber action team (SCAT), stands watch during a straits transit aboard the littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth. Currently on a rotational deployment in support of the Asia-Pacific Rebalance, Fort Worth is a fast and agile warship tailor-made to patrol the region's littorals. (U.S. Navy photo #151228-N-DC018-015 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 595k 31 December 2015: Thailand - Sailors from USS Fort Worth move rocks and soil while helping to complete construction of a retaining wall to prevent a nearby river from eroding the landscape at Home & Life Orphanage Foundation. Currently on a rotational deployment in support of the Asia-Pacific Rebalance, Fort Worth is a fast and agile warship tailor-made to patrol the region's littorals . (U.S. Navy photo #151231-N-DC018-067 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 491k 31 December 2015: Thailand - Sailors from Fort Worth move rocks and soil while helping to complete construction of a retaining wall to prevent a nearby river from eroding the landscape at Home & Life Orphanage Foundation. (U.S. Navy photo #151231-N-DC018-148 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 353k 12 January 2016: Changi, Singapore - Sailors from Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM-35) Detachment 1 lift a workbench onto a conex box to be secured for sea aboard Fort Worth. Currently on a rotational deployment in support of the Asia-Pacific Rebalance, Fort Worth is a fast and agile warship tailor-made to patrol the region's littorals and work hull-to-hull with partner navies, providing 7th Fleet with the flexible capabilities it needs now and in the future. (U.S. Navy photo #160112-N-DC018-226 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 152k 13 January 2016: Changi, Singapore - Hull Maintenance Technician 1st Class James Strotler secures a bolt in place for the retractable bit for towing aboard Fort Worth. Currently on a rotational deployment in support of the Asia-Pacific Rebalance, Fort Worth is a fast and agile warship tailor-made to patrol the region's littorals and work hull-to-hull with partner navies, providing 7th Fleet with the flexible capabilities it needs now and in the future . (U.S. Navy photo #160113-N-DC018-069 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)
Fort Worth 277k 13 January 2016: Changi, Singapore - Fire Controlmen 1st Class Cody Core and Nicholas Darnell clean the rolling airframe missile system aboard Fort Worth. (U.S. Navy photo #160112-N-DC018-342 by MC2 Antonio Turretto Ramos from the Navy News Stand)

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