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    USS Kearsarge (LHD 3)      

    Norfolk, VA, US  

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    USS Kearsarge action

    USS Kearsarge action

    03.16.2016 | Photo by Ryre Arciaga
    160315-N-KW492-054 GULF OF ADEN (March 15, 2016) U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Andrew Borges, from Trumbull, Conn., attached to the 26th Marine...
    USS Kearsarge

    USS Kearsarge

    03.20.2016 | Courtesy Photo
    160320-N-XJ778-003 RED SEA (March 20, 2016) A U.S. Marine, attached to the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), fires an M4 assault rifle during...

    Recent Videos

    USS Kearsarge - Replenishment at Sea

    USS Kearsarge - Replenishment at Sea

    10.11.2017 | Courtesy Video
    The amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) conducts a replenishment-at-sea with the dry cargo and ammunition ship USNS William McLean...

    Recent News Stories

    Kearsarge Builds Better Leaders

    Leadership skills are formally taught in the Navy to personnel after achieving certain ranks, through programs like the Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Training Course and Chief Petty Officer 365. But there is an absence of continuous, structured leadership training available to all ranks, all year. On the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3), a pilot program is aiming to change that.

    Assistance from the seas

    10.13.2017 | Courtesy Story
    The LHD, Amphibious Assault Ship (Multipurpose), is a highly versatile and capable warship. USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) proved this during the multi-hurricane events in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico while conducting Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) and Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA).

    Life on a generator

    10.05.2017 | Courtesy Story
    What happens when the lifelines of an island’s lifelines fail? After Hurricane Maria passed over Puerto Rico, leaving behind the bare, broken bones of nature and an island without power, at least 51 hospitals were left running on generators. Blocked roads and silenced phones made communication with help nearly impossible for many medical centers.

    Like father, like son

    10.04.2017 | Story by Petty Officer 3rd Class Dana Legg
    The crew aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) had less than 36 hours in port to take on supplies and personnel to assist with relief efforts in the Gulf region in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Somewhere in between the working parties and standing watch, they had a few hours of liberty to pack their sea bags and say goodbye to their families for an undetermined amount of time.