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Milwaukee (LCS 5)


"Strength - Freedom"


"Milwaukee, The Ship"     -    "Milwaukee, The People"

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Milwaukee 250k 13 September 2011: Milwaukee, Wis. - Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus gives Bob Uecker a USS Milwaukee (LCS 5) ball cap before throwing the ceremonial first pitch at a Milwaukee Brewers baseball game. Mabus is participating in events throughout the city to celebrate the naming of the fifth U.S. Navy littoral combat ship USS Milwaukee.

(U.S. Navy photo #110913-N-AC887-004 by MCC Sam Shavers from the Navy Newstand)
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Milwaukee 181k 14 May 2014: Milwaukee, Wis. - Cmdr. Michael Brasseur, PCU Milwaukee's commanding officer, throws out the first pitch at the Milwaukee Brewers game. A group of six PCU Milwaukee sailors visited their namesake city as part of Milwaukee's Armed Forces Week Celebration, May 11-16. (Official U.S. Navy photo).

(Official U.S. Navy photo from Naval Surface Warriors)
Milwaukee 350k 06 July 2016: Milwaukee, Wis. - Sailors assigned to USS Milwaukee, speak with chilrden from the LaVarnway Boys and Girls Club, during a visit to the facility in support of Milwaukee Navy Week, 06 July. 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 #160706-N-QH078-246 by MC2(SW/AW) Dominique J. Shelton from Navy Outreach)
Milwaukee 400k 07 July 2016: Milwaukee, Wis. - Sailors assigned to USS Milwaukee speak with patrons visiting the Milwaukee Public Museum during Kohls’ “Thank You Thursday” in support of Milwaukee Navy Week, 07 July.

(U.S. Navy photo #160707-N-QH078-385 by MC2(SW/AW) Dominique J. Shelton from Navy Outreach)
Milwaukee 407k 07 July 2016: Milwaukee, Wis. - Sailors assigned to USS Milwaukee pose for a picture with West Alice, Wis. native Cindy Albrecht while visiting the Milwaukee Public Museum during Kohls’ “Thank You Thursday” in support of Milwaukee Navy Week.

(U.S. Navy photo #160707-N-QH078-021 by MC2(SW/AW) Dominique J. Shelton from Navy Outreach)
Milwaukee 315k 08 August 2018: Milwaukee, Wis. - Gunner's Mate 2nd Class William Farnsworth, assigned to the Freedom-class littoral combat ship Milwaukee, gathers backpacks to distribute while volunteering at United Way's Johnson Controls Volunteer Center during Milwaukee Navy Week. The Navy Office of Community Outreach uses the Navy Week program to bring Navy sailors, equipment and displays to approximately 14 American cities each year for a week-long schedule of outreach engagements designed for Americans to experience firsthand how the U.S. Navy is the Navy the nation needs.

(U.S. Navy photo #180808-N-EH218-0032 by MC1 Ryan J. Batchelder from the Navy News Stand)
Milwaukee 138k 04 October 2018: Baltimore, Md. - Chief Fire Controlman Jacob Contois, from New Bedford, Mass., leads a tour aboard Milwaukee in Baltimore's Inner Harbor during Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore, 04 Oct. 2018. Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore is Baltimore's celebration of the sea services and provides an opportunity for the citizens of Maryland and the city of Baltimore to meet Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen, as well as see firsthand the latest capabilities of today's maritime services.

(U.S. Navy photo #181004-N-WX604-0122 by MC2 Joseph E. Montemarano from the Navy News Stand)
Milwaukee 351k 05 October 2018: Baltimore, Md. - Gunner's Mate 1st Class Chance Adams, from Brookings, Ore., left, and Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Justin Blucher, from Virginia Beach, Va., both assigned to the Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Milwaukee (LCS 5), salute the national ensign during Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore. Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore is Baltimore's celebration of the sea services and provides an opportunity for the citizens of Maryland and the city of Baltimore to meet Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen, as well as see firsthand the latest capabilities of today's maritime services.

(U.S. Navy photo #181005-N-XP344-1041 by MC2 Victoria Kinney from the Navy News Stand)
Milwaukee 298k 07 October 2018: Baltimore, Md. - Culinary Specialist 1st Class Jerald Lagae, from Superior, Wisc., assigned to the Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Milwaukee (LCS 5), runs in Baltimore's Inner Harbor during the Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore Fleet Week 5K.

(U.S. Navy photo #181007-N-XP344-1090 by MC2 Victoria Kinney from the Navy News Stand)
Milwaukee 223k 08 October 2018: Baltimore, Md. - Chief Engineman Michael Faz, from Del Rio, Texas, assigned to the Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Milwaukee (LCS 5), gives a tour to a Kenwood High school Baltimore County Junior ROTC student group aboard Milwaukee as a part of Maryland Fleet Week Air Show Baltimore.

(U.S. Navy photo #181008-N-AM903-1012 by MC3 Julio Martinez Martinez from the Navy News Stand)

"Milwaukee, The Ship"     -    "Milwaukee, The People"


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