USS Curts Refueling at sea 

USS CURTS sailors, including ENS Manchion, BM1 Bailey, BM3 Hatcher, BMSN Johns, BMSN Shackelford, SN Keeton, HN Tiner, OSSA Johnson, OSSA Woolery, SA Rogers, and SA Church execute a refueling at sea.
USS CURTS Completes Visit to NWS Seal Beach 
 
USS CURTS Enters Seal Beach HarborDecember 10th, 2010 - USS CURTS has returned to homeport San Diego after an ammunition offload at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach.
USS CURTS sailors were hard at work in a total team effort to offload the vast amounts of shells, bullets, canisters, and all other forms of ammunition that she carried throughout her 2010 Western Pacific Deployment. Skillful ship handling was on display as the USS CURTS sailors deftly maneuvered their ship into the narrow confines of the Seal Beach Harbor and moored to the pier. USS CURTS steaming outbound of San Diego Harbor
After completing the ammunition offload, USS CURTS was again underway for some intense Anti-Submarine Warfare training off the Southern California Coast. As the sun was breaking over the horizon on the morning of December 10th, the USS CURTS sailors were already awake and preparing to refuel alongside the USNS HENRY J. KAISER. Again, USS CURTS performed a flawless refueling at sea and returned to home port.
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