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| USS Trenton (LPD-14)
|438k||Launching of Trenton (LPD-14) 3 August 1968, at Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction, Seattle, WA.||Dale Hargrave|
|363k||Trenton (LPD-14) under way, 18 January 1971, while running builders trials probably in Puget Sound. Note the small collapsible hangar extended onto her flight deck.
Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Co. photo from "U.S. Amphibious Ships and Craft: An Illustrated Design History" by Norman Friedman.
|263k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) underway, port broadside view, in Puget Sound, Washington, January 1971.
US National Archives Catalog No. USN 1147097, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|91k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|18k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|466k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) moored pierside at Marseille, France, date unknown.||Photo by Philippe Gonzales|
|48k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) and USS Guam (LPH-9) off Barcelona, Spain, the afternoon of 16 January 1977.||Photo by Fabio Peņa|
|94k||USS Trenton (LPD 14) at Barcelona, Spain, 23 January 1977. This photo and the next photo (Number 5) provide a good view of the ship's deck and superstructure layout, with the original four twin 3"/50 gun mounts, one Mk.56 and two Mk.63 gun directors, a telescoping hangar and two landing spots.||Photo by Fabio Peņa|
|92k||USS Trenton (LPD 14) at Barcelona, Spain, 23 January 1977. This photo and the above photo (Number 4) provide a good view of the ship's deck and superstructure layout, with the original four twin 3"/50 gun mounts, one Mk.56 and two Mk.63 gun directors, a telescoping hangar and two landing spots.||Photo by Fabio Peņa|
|231k||Starboard bow view of USS Trenton (LPD 14) moored at Barcelona, Spain, 23 January 1977.||Photo by Fabio Peņa|
|160k||In the early hours 17 January 1977, an LCM(6) from the USS Trenton, carrying marines and sailors back from shore leave, collided with a merchant vessel which was entering the port, and capsized. Forty-nine servicemen were killed in the accident. Shortly afterwards a small monument was erected nearby. The memorial reads;
"In memory of the members of the US Navy and US Marine Corps serving on the USS Guam and the USS Trenton who perished in this port on 17 January 1977, and in gratitude to the citizens, officials and rescue teams of Barcelona for their cooperation with the US Forces".
|Photo by Fabio Peņa|
|75k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) and USS Austin (LPD-4) at Norfolk, VA., circa 1980s.||Edward Cleary|
|187k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) moored pierside in the port of Brindisi, Italy, in June 1994.||Photo by Michele Florio (with permission)|
|243k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) moored pierside at Genoa, Italy, 9 March 1996.||Photos by Carlo Martinelli|
|268k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) (front) and the fleet oiler USS Merrimack (AO-179) (astern) steaming in formation, 17 July 1996. Both ships were part of the George Washington Battle Group. The "GW" battle group returned to homeport 23 July after completing a scheduled six-month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea, which included sustained operations in support of the NATO-led peace keeping in Bosnia and UN sanctions against Iraq in the Arabian Gulf.
US Navy photo # 960717-N-9975P-001 ATLANTIC OCEAN (17 July 1996) by PH1 (AW) Greg Pinkley.
|Robert M. Cieri|
|87k||USS Trenton (LPD-14)'s crew "man the rail" as a harbor tug pushes them to the pier at Port Everglades, FL,, for Fleet Week 2004, 26 April 2004.
US Navy # 040426-N-2038L-005 by JO2 William Lovelady.
|1891k||US Navy and Spanish Navy ships maneuver through the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, 25 September 2004, while participating in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Exercise Standing Naval Force Atlantic (SNFL). The Standing Naval Force is a squadron of eight to ten destroyers and frigates from different nations in the NATO organization. Pictured foreground-to-background: The Spanish Navy Santa Maria Class Frigate, Navarra (F-85); USS Trenton (LPD-14); the Tarawa Class Amphibious Assault Ship, USS Saipan (LHA-2), and the Oliver Hazard Perry Class Frigate, USS Simpson (FFG-56).
US Navy photo # 040925-N-8327M-001 by PH3 Mark A. Martinez, USN
|93k||USS Trenton (LPD-14) prepares to moor at Naval Station Norfolk after a successful deployment, 21 September 2006. Trenton responded to Joint Task Force Lebanon while deployed, assisting over 3500 American citizens evacuate the war torn country. This is the last deployment for Trenton, after 35 years of active service, before she is decommissioned and transferred to the Indian Navy in January.
US Navy # 060921-N-5055G-012 by MC 2nd Class Joshua Glassburn.
| INS Jalashwa (L41)
|115k||Indian sailors raise their national flag aboard ex-USS Trenton (LPD 14), which was decommissioned after 35 years of naval service. The Indian navy assumed immediate ownership of Trenton renaming her INS Jalashwa (L41).
US Navy # 070117-N-1924T-115 Norfolk, Va. (Jan. 17, 2007) by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Leslie Tomaino - US Navy Newsstand.
|88k||India's national flag flies from the fantail of the recently decommissioned USS Trenton (LPD 14). Trenton was decommissioned after 35 years of naval service. The Indian navy assumed immediate ownership of Trenton and renamed her INS Jalashwa (L41).
US Navy # 070117-N-1924T-143 Norfolk, Va. (Jan. 17, 2007) by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Leslie Tomaino - US Navy Newsstand.
|201k||INS Jalashwa (L41) with six SH-3 Sea King ASW helicopters on deck, heading for her homeport of Visakhapatnam.
Indian Navy photo.
|342k||INS Jalashwa (L41) entering Visakhapatnam harbor, 12 September 2007.
Indian Navy photo.
|33k||INS Jalashwa (L41) moored pierside, date and location unknown.
Photo from the Matterson Marine Collection.
|John Huard Sr.|
|44k||INS Jalashwa (L41) departs Mumbai enroute to Libya for the evacuation of Indian citizens stranded in the country, 26 February 2014.
Indian Navy photo.
|01||CAPT. Thiele, Karl Revere, USN (USNA 1948-B)||6 March 1971 - 13 December 1972|
|02||CAPT. McCormick III, Daniel G. :RADM||13 December 1972 - 5 April 1974|
|03||CAPT. Winnefeld, James Alexander (USNA 1951) :RADM||5 April 1974 - 31 October 1975|
|04||CAPT. Anderson, Alden B.||31 October 1975 - 23 July 1977|
|05||CAPT. Atwood Jr., Henry Clayton||23 July 1977 - 8 July 1980|
|06||CAPT. Hannah Jr., Elmore Kline||8 July 1980 - 13 August 1982|
|07||CAPT. Whitby Jr., Ralph Earl||13 August 1982 - 8 January 1984|
|08||CAPT. Cooper, Robert Lee||8 January 1984 - 24 February 1986|
|09||CAPT. Reader, Robert James||24 February 1986 - 5 February 1988|
|10||CAPT. Nutwell, Robert Michael :RADM||5 February 1988 - 18 August 1989|
|11||CAPT. Curtis, James A.||18 August 1989 - 29 January 1991|
|12||CAPT. Ries, Stephen Hamilton, USN (USNA 1968)||29 January 1991 - 8 September 1992|
|13||CAPT. Baucom, Larry Clifford, USN (USNA 1970)||8 September 1992 - 9 February 1994|
|14||CAPT. Lennon Jr., Gerard Tom||9 February 1994 - 31 August 1995|
|15||CAPT. Zaperach, Ronald W.||31 August 1995 - 28 March 1997|
|16||CAPT. Curtis, Stephen Patrick||28 March 1997 - 18 September 1998|
|17||CDR. Murdoch, James Alan :RADM||18 September 1998 - 4 April 2000|
|18||CDR. Goulding, Brian Anthony||4 April 2000 - 7 March 2002|
|19||CDR. Irelan, Robert Patrick||7 March 2002 - 5 September 2003|
|20||CDR. Holland, Steven Wayne||5 September 2003 - 21 April 2005|
|21||CDR. Norton, Samuel Reginald Murr||21 April 2005 - 17 January 2007|
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