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Aerial view of the waterfront with the service pier (foreground), followed by the Keyport-Bangor Dock, Delta Pier, Marginal Wharf and Explosives Handling Wharf

Aerial view of the waterfront with the service pier (foreground), foll...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Submarine Base, Bangor State: Washington (WA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: John Gray Release Status: Rel... More

A colorful welcome home banner hangs dockside as the US Navy (USN) Sturgeon Class; Attack Submarine USS PARCHE (SSN 683), gets assistance from a commercial tugboat, as the ship returns to port for the final time at the Marginal pier at Naval Base Kitsap, Washington (WA). The USS Parche, the last active Sturgeon Class submarine, is due to be decommissioned after serving the fleet for over thirty-years

A colorful welcome home banner hangs dockside as the US Navy (USN) Stu...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Base, Kitsap (BANGOR) State: Washington (WA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Brian Nokell, CIV Release Stat... More

The US Navy (USN) Sturgeon Class; Attack Submarine USS PARCHE (SSN 683), gets assistance from a commercial tugboat, as the ship returns to port for the final time at the Marginal pier at Naval Base Kitsap, Washington (WA). USS Parche, the last active submarine of its class, is due to be decommissioned after serving the fleet for over thirty-years

The US Navy (USN) Sturgeon Class; Attack Submarine USS PARCHE (SSN 683...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Base, Kitsap (BANGOR) State: Washington (WA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Brian Nokell, CIV Release Stat... More

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