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Friday, March 17, 2006

USS Hartford Arrives At PNSY

USS Hartford (SSN 768) joined four other submarines (USS Pittsburgh, USS Jacksonville, USS Salt Lake City and USS Philadelphia -- SLC is undergoing deactivation) at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard earlier this week. Based on the timing and duration, they're probably there for a DMP.

The article from the Portsmouth Herald has a nice little 3 minute video of Hartford's arrival that you should check out; it's at the bottom of the article.


Anonymous Dennis O'Neill said...

Good job on the video! I worked at PNSY for about 18 mos. in 1970-71 as a Marine Machinist, Shop 38. I was on the refuelling team for George Bancroft and the initial fuelling of Sandlance. Tinosa, Jack and the 555 were all being worked at that time also.

3/31/2006 2:50 PM

Blogger Turtle said...

Hartford was in the Strait of Hormuz today. :(

3/20/2009 8:44 AM

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