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US Navy (USN) SENIOR CHIEF Navy Diver (NDCS) Michael Moser (left) and Quartermaster Second Class (QM2) Jason Tangalin (center) shows local visitors how diving operations are conducted from the fantail of the USN Safeguard Class Salvage Ship USS SALVOR (ARS 52) during their visit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (VNM). During their stay, the USN Sailors will interact with the Vietnamese people through a variety of events, including a community service project at a local orphanage. Visits to Vietnam by USN ships symbolize the continuation of relations between the two nations

US Navy (USN) SENIOR CHIEF Navy Diver (NDCS) Michael Moser (left) and Quartermaster Second Class (QM2) Jason Tangalin (center) shows local visitors how diving operations are conducted from the fantail of the USN Safeguard Class Salvage Ship USS SALVOR (ARS 52) during their visit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (VNM). During their stay, the USN Sailors will interact with the Vietnamese people through a variety of events, including a community service project at a local orphanage. Visits to Vietnam by USN ships symbolize the continuation of relations between the two nations

 
 

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Explorequartermaster second class

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