USS Reuben James
Decommissioned July 18, 2013 
 
What's Happening on the USS REUBEN JAMES 
Sailors of USS Reuben James 
 

EM2 Jacob Alicuben Between Games with the All Armed Forces Softball team. (Picture by EM2 Alicuben)

“This was such an amazing experience,” said EM2 Alicuben, “I really appreciate everyone who made this possible, especially my shipmates who kept things running smoothly while I was gone.”

SR Nicholas Kamau – Now a U.S. Citizen (Picture by BMC Degan)

“To be present and witness SR Kamau’s citizenship ceremony was a true honor. Here is a man that signed on to Protect and defend our constitution, wear the cloth of our Nation and be part of what makes all Americans free, the Armed Forces,” Said NCCS Gonzales, REUBEN JAMES’ Command Senior Chief, “This same man can now say that he is a United States Citizen! He is the perfect example of our American values and what our country stands for. I am proud to have been part of his moment in American history.”

After the ceremony, SR Kamau celebrated the occasion with his shipmates and friends.

 
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