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Eye on the Fleet is a monthly photo feature sponsored by the Chief of Information Navy Visual News Service. We are looking for high impact, quality photography from Sailors in the fleet to showcase the American Sailor in action.

Lt. Col. William "Chester" Waldron, Commanding Officer of the "Black Knights" of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron VMFA 314, performs a super sonic fly-by during filming for the upcoming motion picture production "Stealth," on board USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70).

Photo by PHAN Chris M. Valdez


A member of the U.S. Navy Parachute Team, the "Leap Frogs," jumps from an aircraft over San Diego's Brown Field.

Photo by PH1 Alan D. Monyelle


GM3 Andrew Smith watches as GMC Donald Watkins fires a .50 caliber machine gun off the fantail aboard USS George Washington (CVN 73). deployment.

Photo by PH1 Brian Aho


A student, under the watchful eye of LT Brendon Ewers, swims through a chamber that simulates the inside of an aircraft during the Aviation Water Survival Course. The Aviation Survival Training Center at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., trains and qualifies more than 8,000 military aviators each year in water survival and emergency egress techniques.

Photo by PH3 Katrina Beeler


AN Bryan Lopezzaldival inspects the intake of an F-14 Tomcat assigned to Fighter Squadron (VF) 211.

Photo by PHAn Jhi L. Scott


During a chemical, biological, and radiological drill, DC2 Jim Castillo simulates working in a contaminated environment aboard USS John C. Stennis.

Photo by PH2 Jayme Pastoric


A hose team of U.S. Coast Guardsmen prepare to advance and engage a fire at the firefighting trainer, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Fire School.

Photo by PH2 Michael Larson


AN Uriel Berganza cleans the canopy of an F-14 Tomcat before the morning flight operations begin aboard USS George Washington (CVN 73).

Photo by PH1 Brien Aho


EO2 John Flemming, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU)3 Det.1, San Diego, trains Kenyan EOD technicians on safe approach and inspection procedures for discovered ordnance.

Photo by PH1 Ted Banks


The Ohio class fleet ballistic missile submarine USS Michigan (SSBN 727) enters Puget sound naval shipyard for refueling and conversion front a fleet ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) to a guided missile submarine (SSG N).

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Publication:All Hands
Date:May 1, 2004
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