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CNO Stresses Versatility of Independence Class LCS
USS Independence Departs San Diego for Florida
SECNAV Visits USS Independence
Special Operations Forces, USS Independence Train Together
LCS Mission Module Navy Reservists Train for and Serve aboard USS Independence
LCS 2 Tests 57 mm Gun in Preparation for RIMPAC
USS Independence (LCS 2)
The first of class littoral combat ships USS Freedom , rear, and USS Independence maneuver together during an exercise.
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USS Independence (lcs 2)
Mexican Navy Adm. Jaime Mejia Michel Visits USS Independence.
USS Independence (LCS 2) prepares to exit the Gatun Lock during the ship’s first Panama Canal transit.
USS Independence (LCS 2) steams through the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida.
Sailors from USS Independence use a chalk line to mark a stud behind the wall of a Habitat for Humanity project house.
LCS 2  Reception for SECNAV Mabus and CNO Greenert
USS Independence (LCS 2)
USS Independence (LCS 2)
Navy Establishes Program Executive Office for Littoral Combat Ships
SECDEF delivers the oath of enlistment to BM1 Nathan Ellsworth during his visit aboard USS Independence (
The littoral combat ship USS INDEPENDENCE (LCS 2) visited Naval Station Newport.
The littoral combat ship USS Independence (LCS 2) arrives at BAE Systems Ship Repair in Norfolk, Va.
Lt. Cmdr. Adam Cheatham observes operations from the bridge of the littoral combat ship USS Independence (LCS 2).
Lt. Cmdr. Adam Cheatham observes operations from the bridge of the littoral combat ship USS Independence (LCS 2).
The littoral combat ship Independence (LCS 2) underway during builder's trials.
The new littoral combat ship, USS Independence (LCS 2) is pier side during her commissioning ceremony.
The littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) Independence (LCS 2) pulls away from the pier for her acceptance trials at
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