On The Cover

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An SH-60 assigned to the “Indians” of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (HS) 6 hoists Brig. Gen. Simeon Trombitas, commander of the Combined Special Operations Command Joint Task Force Korea, from the deck of the guided-missile submarine USS Ohio (SSGN- 726). Ohio is on a one year deployment to the 7th Fleet area of responsibility.

Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Barry Hiramaya


 

On The Back

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“Conning Tower.” There is no surcease in the vigilance aboard a submarine. Vulnerable to depth charges and bombs, eternally a “lone wolf” on a mission, the submarine must be ready to crash-dive at an instant’s notice. The skipper and executive of “old 204” augment the regular lookouts on the conning tower between submerging.

Schreiber, born in Brussels in 1904, began painting and drawing at an early age and went on to study art formally in Berlin, London, Rome, Paris, and Florence. He came to New York in 1928 and stayed for nine months before settling there permanently in 1933. In 1943, Schreiber produced several submarine themed works for the Abbot Collection of Submarine Paintings, collaborating with Thomas Hart Benton.


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Petty Officer 1st Class Jason Cook and Petty Officer 2nd Class Mark Cygnarowicz, assigned to the fast-attack submarine USS Alexandria (SSN-757) explain the sub’s weapons system to country music star Aaron Tippin. Tippin toured the submarine before performing a free concert at Naval Submarine Base New London as part of the Spirit of America Tour.

Photo by John Narewski

 

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