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ABE3 Fabio Perez stows emergency barricades after flight deck drills aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72).


Photo by MC2 James R. Evans

HT2 William Clark performs a braze qualification test in the machine shop of USS Nimitz (CVN 68).


Photo by MC3 Joseph Pol Sebastian Gocong

Sailors assigned to the visit, board, search and seizure team aboard USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) approach the ship in a rigid-hull, inflatable boat during a training evolution.


Photo by MC2 Byron C. Linder

USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) damage controlmen shield their faces as water erupts through their marlin wrapping in the pipe patching event during the Damage Control Olympics held at the Navy's Farrier Fire Fighting School, Norfolk.


Photo by MC2 Kristopher S. Wilson
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Title Annotation:SEA CONTROL
Publication:All Hands
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 1, 2008
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