C7F 75th Anniversary
One day closer to the U.S. 7th Fleet's 75th Anniversary. Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy sharing some birthday love to our #FDNF. We are looking forward to a big day tomorrow and another great 75 years! #MCPONShoutOut #7thFleet75Posted by U.S. 7th Fleet on Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Brisbane, Australia was the birthplace of U.S. 7th Fleet on March 15, 1943. But did you know it holds special significance to Submarine Group 7 as the location of the world's only "Submariners Walk," dedicated to Submariners of all nations who have given their service, and in many cases their lives, to the defense of freedom and the protection of the Indo-Pacific for the last 75 years. #7thfleet75, #heritage, COMSUBPAC
7th Fleet 75th Anniversary
This year the U.S. 7th Fleet celebrates 75 years of flying, sailing, operating and living in the Indo-Pacific region. Our Sailors and Marines serve across a wide range of platforms and missions promoting cooperation, stability and prosperity across 36 regional maritime nations.Check out this video showcasing some of our historic past.Posted by U.S. 7th Fleet on Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Just a month out from our 75th birthday. The U.S. 7th Fleet was established March 15, 1943 in Brisbane, Australia. Join us as we begin the celebration of our 75th anniversary and our commitment to #Partnerships, #Readiness, #Presence, and #Heritage.Posted by U.S. 7th Fleet on Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Congratulations to Lt. Alex Turco and his family for his achievement as SUBGRU 7 Junior Officer of the Year!
Ever want to know what life is like aboard a submarine? The crew of the Wyoming allowed cameras to capture a rare glimpse into the secret-squirrel lifestyle.Posted by Navy Times on Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Mississippi Visits Yokosuka for the 2nd Time during Current Deployment
Story by LT. j.g. Jordan Hamilton, USS Mississippi Public Affairs Officer
FLEET ACTIVITIES YOKOSUKA, Japan- The Virginia-class attack submarine USS Mississippi (SSN 782) arrived at Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Jan. 22 for a routine visit as part of its deployment to the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.
“It is great to be back in Yokosuka,” said, Cmdr. Eric J. Rozek, commanding officer.
After two months at sea, this port visit marks Mississippi’s 2nd time in Japan during its current deployment.
“Yokosuka is a great port to visit,” said Master Chief Machinists Mate (Auxiliary Equipment) Amanuel S. McMillan, Mississippi’s chief of the boat. “It provides an opportunity for the crew to get some great food and take in the sights. I am always pleased to see a port visit on the schedule so that my Sailors can get the time to call family members, shop at local stores, and relax after a long underway because they have earned it,”
Mississippi is one of the most technologically advanced and stealthiest submarines in the world and is capable of fulfilling a multitude of missions. Mississippi is home ported in Pearl Harbor.
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Welcome to Yokosuka USS Bremerton!
Welcome to Yokosuka USS Tucson!
Welcome to Yokosuka USS Key West!
Welcome to Yokosuka USS MIssissippi!
Congratulations Rear Adm. Correll on your promotion to rear admiral upper half!
Due to Super Typhoon 25W, only watchstanders will be required to report for duty on Monday 23 October. At this time, we anticipate Tuesday to be a normal working day.
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