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Jackson

Jackson (LCS 6)


"Victoribus Spolia"
(To The Victors, The Spoils)

"Jackson, The Ship"     -    "Jackson, The People"

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Jackson 262k 27 August 2013: San Diego, Cal. - Commander Mike Davies, commanding officer of the Independence-class littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Jackson (LCS 6), removes the veil from the ships crest an unveiling ceremony at Mariner's Park Amphitheater, Naval Base San Diego. Jackson is under construction in Mobile, Ala., by Austral USA. A keel laying ceremony was held in October 2012, and it is expected that the ship will be commissioned in 2015.
(U.S. Navy photo #130827-N-YQ852-043 by MC2 Shawnte Bryan from the Navy Newstand)
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Jackson 422k 27 August 2013: San Diego, Cal. - Sailors parade the colors during the Independence-class littoral combat ship PCU Jackson (LCS 6) crest unveiling ceremony at Mariner's Park Amphitheater, Naval Base San Diego. Jackson is under construction in Mobile, Ala., by Austral USA.
(U.S. Navy photo #130827-N-YQ852-020 by MC2 Shawnte Bryan from the Navy Newstand)
Jackson 174k 27 August 2013: San Diego, Cal. - Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Andrea Coleman recites the meaning of the PCU Jackson (LCS 6) crest during a crest unveiling ceremony at Mariner's Park Amphitheater, Naval Base San Diego. Jackson is under construction in Mobile, Ala., by Austral USA. A keel laying ceremony was held in Oct. 2012, and it is expected that the ship will be commissioned in 2015.
(U.S. Navy photo #140322-N-PM781-001 by MC2 Shawnte Bryan from the Navy Newstand)
Jackson 63k 22 March 2014: Mobile, Ala. - Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus delivers remarks during the christening ceremony for the future USS Jackson (LCS 6). During his speech, Mabus spoke about the littoral combat ship's capabilities as well as its namesake.
(U.S. Navy photo #130827-N-YQ852-055 by MC1 Arif Patani from the Navy Newstand)
Jackson 222k 22 March 2014: Mobile, Ala. - Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, left, speaks with Fire Controlman 1st Class Robert Callow after a christening ceremony for the Littoral Combat Ship, the future USS Jackson.
(U.S. Navy photo #140322-N-PM781-004 by MC1 Arif Patani from the Navy Newstand)
Jackson 166k 06 September 2016: The Panama Canal - Chief (Select) Engineman Melissa Werle mans the port side gun mount while Independence-variant littoral combat ship, USS Jackson (LCS 6) transits through Gatun Lock of the Panama Canal. Jackson is the third ship in Independence-variant class and will be home ported in San Diego.
(U.S. Navy photo #160906-N-OX321-048 by MC1 Kegan E. Kay from the Navy Newstand)
Jackson 156k 08 June 2017: Portland, Ore. - A Sailor assigned to the Independence-class littoral combat ship Jackson prepares to cast out line during the ship's arrival in Portland for the Rose Festival and Fleet Week Portland. The festival and Fleet Week Portland are a celebration of the sea services with Sailors, Marines, and Coast Guard members from the U.S. and Canada.
(U.S. Navy photo #170608-N-DA434-434 by MC3 Alana Langdon from the Navy Newstand)
Jackson 263k 09 June 2017: Portland, Ore. - Commander David W. Walton, Jr., executive officer of the littoral combat ship Jackson, conducts a tour of his ship for members of the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forestry Service, Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, during the Rose Festival and Fleet Week Portland. The festival and Fleet Week Portland are a celebration of the sea services with Sailors, Marines, and Coast Guard members from the U.S. and Canada making the city a port of call.
(U.S. Navy photo #170609-N-LQ926-166 by MC2 Alex Van'tLeven from the Navy Newstand)

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