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Pacific Fleet, North Island, California; Commander, Navy Personnel Command, Millington, Tennessee; Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; USS Independence (CV 62); Naval Supply Systems Command, Arlington, Virginia; Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, San Diego, California; and USS Norfolk (SSN 714).
USS Independence (LCS 2) conducted near-simultaneous helicopter and small boat launches for the first time during maritime interdiction operations with two Chinese warships during July's RIMPAC 2014 exercise.
At presently, on the US Navy's USS Independence (LCS 2) and USS Coronado (LCS 4), the SeaRAM missile rolled out and intended to strengthen inner-layer battle-space range of Phalanx against emerging anti-ship missiles, rotary and fixed-wing aircraft, and other threats.
Cyr worked for many years as a security guard for a casino and also served his country aboard the USS Independence Aircraft Carrier in the United States Navy.
25 October 1983: USS Guam (LPH 9), USS Independence (CV 62), and numerous other Navy vessels support the landing of Marines and Soldiers on Grenada.
General Dynamics' USS Independence (LCS-2) class is based on an aluminum trimaran design, built by Austal USA, in Mobile, Ala.
USS Independence (LCS-2), laid down by General Dynamics in 2005, will be completed later this year.
The keel for the first Littoral Combat Ship, to be named USS Freedom (LCS 1), was laid on June 3, 2005, and the second, to be named USS Independence (LCS 2), on Jan.