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Omaha (LCS 12)


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"Omaha, The Ship"     -    "Omaha, The People"


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Omaha 186k 19 January 2018: San Diego, Cal. Sailors assigned to the future littoral combat ship USS Omaha (LCS 12) drive the ship through San Diego Harbor to the ship's new homeport, Naval Base San Diego. Omaha will be commissioned in San Diego next month and is the sixth ship in the LCS Independence-variant class.

(U.S. Navy photo #180119-N-BL450-358 by Lt. Miranda Williams from the Navy Newstand)
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19 January 2019: San Diego, Cal.
1.) The daughter of a Sailor aboard the future USS Omaha holds a sign on the pier at Naval Base San Diego as she waits for the ship to arrive.
2.) Sailors assigned to the littoral combat ship the future USS Omaha wait to depart the ship as the ship arrives at its new homeport.                  
3.) Gunners Mate 1st Class Ryan Smith of the future USS Omaha holds his baby for the first time as the ship arrives at its new homeport.          
4.) Lt. Dustin Crawford, combat systems officer aboard the future USS Omaha, kisses his wife Angie as the ship arrives at its new homeport.     

(U. S. Navy photos #1. 180119-N-NI420-0079, 2. 180119-N-BL450-471, 3. 180119-N-NI420-0185, and 4 180119-N-NI420-0190,
by MC3 Molly DiServio from
the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service)
Omaha 160k 03 February 2018: San Diego, Cal. Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Brendon Braveboy sounds the setting of the first watch during the commissioning ceremony of the littoral combat ship USS Omaha (LCS 12) at Broadway Pier in downtown San Diego. Omaha is the 11th littoral combat ship to enter the fleet and the sixth of the Independence variant. The ship is named for the city of Omaha, Nebraska and is assigned to Naval Surface Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet.

(U.S. Navy photo #180203-N-RG360-0168 by MC1 Melissa K. Russell from the Navy Newstand)
Omaha 448k 22 June 2018: San Diego, Cal. Civilian employers of Reserve Sailors tour the littoral combat ship USS Omaha (LCS 12) during the Navy Employer Recognition Event, 22 June 2018. Selected employers were nominated by their Navy Reserve Sailor employees and invited to attend the one-day event that included a tour of Omaha, a static display of aircraft at Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VR) 57 and the demonstration of combined capabilities of SEAL Team 17, Naval Special Warfare Group (NSWG) 11 and Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 85.

(U.S. Navy photo #180622-N-MJ645-1138 by MC1 Marcus L. Stanley from the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service)
Omaha 230k 20 September 2018: San Diego, Cal. Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Russell Smith speaks at an all-hands call aboard the littoral combat ship USS Omaha (LCS 12). Smith visited the ship for a fleet engagement to collect feedback and shared guidance with San Diego-based Sailors.

(U.S. Navy photo #180920-N-YG104-0049 by MC1 Sarah Villegas from the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service)
Omaha 747k 07 December 2018: San Diego, Cal. Sailors assigned to USS Omaha (LCS 12) Blue Crew stand at attention during a change of command ceremony held aboard the littoral combat ship Omaha. During the ceremony, Cmdr. John Barrientos relieved Cmdr. Michael Toth as commanding officer of USS Omaha (LCS 12) Blue Crew. LCS vessels are high-speed, agile, shallow draft, mission-focused surface combatants designed for operations in the littoral environment, yet fully capable of open ocean operations.

(U.S. Navy photo #181207-N-LN093-0024 by MC2 Jasen Moreno Garcia from the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service)
Omaha 213k 07 December 2018: San Diego, Cal. Cmdr. John Barrientos and Cmdr. Michael Toth shake hands during a change of command ceremony held aboard the littoral combat ship USS Omaha (LCS 12). During the ceremony, Barrientos relieved Toth as commanding officer of Omaha Blue Crew.

(U.S. Navy photo #181207-N-LN093-0094 by MC2 Jasen Moreno Garcia from the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service)

"Omaha, The Ship"     -    "Omaha, The People"


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