A British Apache AH-64 Longbow gunship firing rockets during a training exercise. The Longbow version of the Apache can be distinguished by the presence of the huge radar dome on top of the rotors. Copyright MoD.
USS Ohio (SSGN 726) is in dry dock undergoing a conversion from a Ballistic Missile Submarine (SSBN) to a Guided Missile Submarine (SSGN) designation. Ohio has been out of service since Oct. 29, 2002 for conversion to SSGN at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. Four Ohio-class strategic missile...
Sailors from the fast attack submarine USS Hampton (SSN 767) await the arrival of the Peruvian submarine BAP Angamos at Norfolk Naval Station. The Angamos crew will take part in a joint exercise with the U.S. Navy while visiting the Hampton Roads area.
The USS Hampton (SSN 767) departs Souda harbor following a brief port visit to Souda Bay, Crete. Hampton, homeported in Norfolk, Va. is the 17th improved submarine in the Los Angeles class and the 25th ship of that class built by Newport News Shipbuilding.
USS Hampton (SSN 767) crewmembers prepare to get underway following a brief port visit in Souda Bay, Crete. Hampton, homeported in Norfolk, Va. is a Los Angeles class submarine built by Newport News Shipbuilding.
Family members watch as USS Greeneville (SSN 772) departed on deployment as part of Expeditionary Strike Group One (ESG-1). An ESG constitutes a new naval strike force designed to equip amphibious forces with added firepower and operational capabilities. The seven ships of ESG-1 include, USS...
The attack submarine USS Albuquerque (SSN 706), attached to the USS Enterprise (CVN 65) Carrier Strike Group, steams through the Atlantic Ocean. The Enterprise Strike Group is underway participating in a Comprehensive Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) in preparation for a Mediterranean Deployment.
Attack submarine USS Minneapolis Saint Paul (SSN 708) gets under way to avoid the arrival of Hurricane Isabel at the Norfolk Naval Station. The submarine was one of 40 ships ordered to sea to avoid damage from the pending storm