On The Cover

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USS Henry M. Jackson (SSBN-730) arrives at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance facility for a 27 month overhaul and TRIDENT D5 conversion. The sail is manned by (clockwise from top right) the ship’s former CO, Cmdr. Paul McHale, a civilian pilot, the lookout, the Junior Officer of the Deck, and the Officer of the Deck, Lt. George Howell.

This photo is the winner of UNDERSEA WARFARE’s 8th Annual Photo Contest.

Photo by Wendy Hallmark


On The Back

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USS Pogy (SSN-647) is seen here surfaced in the Arctic. During SCICEX-96 (Scientific Ice Expeditions 1996), Pogy surfaced multiple times in the Arctic to collect water samples. Pogy was commissioned in May of 1971 and was
decommissioned in January 1999.

Robert Malin, a self-taught artist with no formal training, was born in Tauranga, New Zealand to an American father and British mother. Mr. Malin enlisted in the Navy one week after coming to the United States in 1993. His previous assignments include USS Frank Cable (AS-40), USS Detroit (AOE-4), and Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.


A Sailor assigned to the Los Angeles-class submarine USS Jefferson City (SSN-759), makes his way topside to greet family and friends after returning from a six-month deployment. Jefferson City recently returned from a deployment conducting operations in the Western Pacific.


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