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Detroit

Detroit (LCS 7)


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"Detroit, The Ship"     -    "Detroit, The People"


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Detroit 143k 17 September 2014: Detroit, Mich. - Rear Adm. John E. Jolliffe, deputy commander of U.S. 3rd Fleet, meets with Detroit Deputy Mayor Isaiah Mckinnon to discuss the upcoming commissioning of the littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Detroit (LCS 7) and other Navy community outreach efforts in the area. Jolliffe was in the metro Detroit area 15-17 Sept. conducting executive outreach meetings and presentations with civic leaders, local organizations and schools.  (U.S. Navy photo # 140917-N-VO219-001 by MC1 Joseph R. Wax from the Navy News Stand) Navsource
Detroit 161k 24 August 2015: Detroit, Mich. - Lt. Max Long, assigned to the littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Detroit (LCS 7), poses for a picture with a child during a Caps for Kids event at the Children's Hospital of Michigan as part of Detroit Navy Week. Navy Weeks focus a variety of assets, equipment and personnel on a single city for a week-long series of engagements designed to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects, in cities that don't have a large naval presence.  (U.S. Navy photo #150824-N-CI175-038 by MC1 Jon Rasmussen from the Navy News Stand)
Detroit 274k 25 August 2015: Detroit, Mich. - Fire Controlman 1st Class Jeremiah Stellpflug, a defensive systems operator assigned to the littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit Detroit (LCS 7), provides landscape maintenance during a community service project at the Ronald McDonald House as part of Navy Week Detroit. Stellpflug has been selected for advancement to chief petty officer. Navy Weeks focus a variety of assets, equipment and personnel on a single city for a week-long series of engagements designed to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects, in cities that don't have a large naval presence.  (U.S. Navy photo #150825-N-ZZ999-049 by MC1 David Wyscaver from the Navy News Stand)
Detroit 460k 29 August 2015: Monroe, Mich. - Cdr. Michael Desmond, prospective commanding officer of the littoral combat ship USS Detroit (LCS 7), Crew 103, speaks to fellow sailors and locals about the capabilities of Detroit at the River Raisin Battlefield Park in Monroe, Mich., as part of Navy Week Detroit. Navy Weeks focus a variety of assets, equipment and personnel on a single city for a week-long series of engagements designed to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects, in cities that don't have a large naval presence.  (U.S. Navy photo #150829-N-ZZ999-095 by MC1 David Wyscaver from the Navy News Stand)
Detroit 149k 23 October 2016: Detroit, Mich. - Benjamin Andrew Spilling, son of USS Detroit (LCS 7) crew member Lt.(jg) Andrew Spilling and Mrs. Melissa Spilling is christened. Benjamin was made an honorary plank owner and was christened using the ship's bell containing water from both the Detroit River and the Jordan River in Israel.   (U.S. Navy photo #161023-N-VP310-033 by MC1 Richard Hoffner from the Navy News Stand)
Detroit 208k 24 October 2016: Windsor, Ontario - Sailors assigned to Detroit visit with students at the General Brock Public School in Windsor, Ontario during a community service project. The sailors visited elementary school classrooms, answering questions about life in the Navy and the capabilities of the recently commissioned USS Detroit. Detroit was commissioned 22 October 2016.
(U.S. Navy photo #161024-N-VP310-042 by MC1 Richard Hoffner from the Navy News Stand)
Detroit 166k 23 January 2017: Jacksonville, Fla. - Culinary Specialist Chief Matthew Nordquest, assigned to Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Crew 103 aboard USS Detroit (LCS 7), serves as an example of a flexible sailor as the crew's galley leading chief petty officer, helicopter control officer, a search and rescue swimmer and the ships only qualified barber.
(U.S. Navy photo #170123-N-TP832-037 by MC3 Michael Lopez from the Navy News Stand)
Detroit 361k 18 March 2017: North Island, Calif. - Families of sailors assigned to the littoral combat ship Crew 103 welcome their returning sailors during a homecoming celebration at Naval Air Station North Island. Crew 103 was relieved by Crew 111 aboard the Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Detroit (LCS 7). The ship is a fast and agile warship tailor made to patrol the region's littorals and work hull-to-hull with partner navies, providing the fleet with the flexible capabilities it needs now and in the future.
(U.S. Navy photo #170318-N-KT595-328 by MC2 Chad M. Butler from the Navy News Stand)
Detroit 305k 18 March 2017: North Island, Cal. - Cmdr. Michael Desmond, the commanding officer of littoral combat ship Crew 103, hugs a family member during a homecoming celebration at Naval Air Station North Island, Calif. Crew 103 was relieved by Crew 111 aboard the Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Detroit (LCS 7).
(U.S. Navy photo #170318-N-KT595-464 by MC2 Chad M. Butler from the Navy News Stand)

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