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Category:Images from US Navy, location Ketchikan, Alaska
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US Navy 050820-N-0793G-163 The amphibious transport dock USS Ogden (LPD 5) navigates the waters off the coast of Ketchikana, on her way to a scheduled port visit after successfully completing Northern Edge 2005.jpg
US Navy 050820-N-0793G-205 The amphibious transport dock USS Ogden (LPD 5) is assisted by tug boats as she arrives at Ketchikan for a three-day port visit after successfully completing Northern Edge 2005.jpg
US Navy 060822-N-2789G-013 A ribbon ceremony to announce upgrades made to Navy's Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility near Ketchikan.jpg
US Navy 060824-N-7676W-045 President, Alaska Ship and Drydock, Randy Johnson, left, and Chief of Naval Research, Rear Admiral William E. Landay, watch as U.S. Senator from Alaska, the Honorable Lisa Murkowski, offers remarks du.jpg
US Navy 060824-N-7676W-157 U.S. Senator from Alaska, the Honorable Lisa Murkowski, shows off a piece of steel with her welded name during a keel laying ceremony at Alaska Ship and Drydock.jpg
US Navy 061130-N-9486C-001 Fast attack submarine USS Los Angeles (SSN 688) is moored at the Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility Static Site in Ketchikan, Alaska, as part of Escape Exercise 2006.jpg
US Navy 061202-N-9486C-005 Fire Control Technician 2nd Class Gary Halsey emerges from the Northern Pacific as the first Navy Sailor to execute a tandem open ocean escape from a nuclear-powered submarine.jpg
US Navy 090807-N-0000X-001 The Office of Naval Research E-Craft, an experimental high-speed transformable hull form vessel, is under construction at Alaska Ship and Drydock in Ketchikan, Alaska.jpg
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