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    USS Blue Ridge Anchor Drop [Image 1 of 3]

    USS Blue Ridge Anchor Drop

    USS BLUE RIDGE, PHILIPPINE SEA

    03.31.2020

    Photo by Seaman Sarah Eaton 

    USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19)

    200331-HR150-1064 PHLIPPINE SEA (March 31, 2020) - Boatswain Mate Seaman Andre Johnson, from Dallas, Texas (left), and Seaman Devon Willis, from Bronx, New York, operate the anchor windlass handbrake aboard U.S. 7th Fleet flagship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19). The anchor chain windlass handbrake is used to stop the anchor chain in place after it has been lowered or taken in. Blue Ridge is the oldest operational ship in the Navy and, as 7th Fleet command ship, actively works to foster relationships with allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Matt Hall)

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    Date Taken: 03.31.2020
    Date Posted: 03.31.2020 20:25
    Photo ID: 6156468
    VIRIN: 200331-N-HR150-1064
    Resolution: 4500x3000
    Size: 877.32 KB
    Location: USS BLUE RIDGE, PHILIPPINE SEA
    Hometown: BRONX, NY, US
    Hometown: DALLAS, TX, US

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