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170505-N-ZO915-025 
SEATTLE (May 5, 2017) Capt. Greg

170505-N-ZO915-025 SEATTLE (May 5, 2017) Capt. Greg

 
 
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170505-N-ZO915-025
SEATTLE (May 5, 2017) Capt. Greg Huffman, commanding officer of USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74), Capt. Scott Miller, John C. Stennis’ executive officer and John C. Stennis’ Command Master Chief Benjamin Rushing pose for a picture with the Mariners Moose, the official mascot of the Seattle Mariners, before a Mariners baseball game. Prior to the game, Huffman threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Safeco Field as part of "John C. Stennis Family Night" hosted by the Mariners and John C. Stennis' Morale, Welfare, and Recreation department. John C. Stennis is conducting a planned incremental availability (PIA) at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, during which the ship is undergoing scheduled maintenance and upgrades. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jackson G. Brown / Released)

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