USS Providence in Photos:
USS Providence SSN-719 moored at her home port of The First Navy Jack, which flew over ships of
Naval Submarine Base
flies on the jackstaff of all
during the Global War on Terror.
The Weapons Shipping Hatch, through which The command passageway, leading into the
torpedoes and Tomahawk cruise missiles Control
are loaded aboard ship, displays the ship’s crest.
Looking into Control from the forward door of the The Ballast Control Panel (BCP) and Ship’s Control Panel (SCP).
Ship’s Alarms; Yellow – General, Red – Collision, Ship’s dedication plaque.
Pink – Power Plant Casualty, Green – Diving,
Large Grey – Diving Klaxon.
Middle Level Passageway (MLPass). Officer’s Wardroom.
Key to the City of
hanging in the Wardroom.
Torpedo tube breech doors (port side). Encapsulated Tomahawk Cruise Missile (upper rack)
and MK48 ADCAP torpedo (lower rack) in the
Torpedo Room (starboard side).
Tomahawk missile is readied for Operation Iraqi Freedom. Missiles in the torpedo room during the strike missions
of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Ship’s Laundry. The Emergency Diesel in the Auxiliary Machinery
January 1997 – Port visit Ft Lauderdale,
1997 – Swim Call in the
1998 – USS Batfish SSN-681 (left) and
1998 – Port visit
USS Providence SSN-719 (right) in port at
Jebel’Ali, United Arab Emirates.
August 1998 – USS Providence returns home March 1999 – Full Dress Ship for Change of Command Ceremony.
from six month deployment to the
March 2000 – USS Providence steams down Submarine Centennial Jack, flown by all submarines
March 2003 – USS August in the
periscope) shortly before the start of
Operation Iraqi Freedom. USS Providence in the
missile launch in the
(VLC) showing all but one vertical tube empty.
for Operation Enduring Freedom (2001). for Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003).
July 2008 – The USS Providence makes a stop at the North Pole July 2008 –
en route to the Pacific. Photos by YN1/ss J. Thompson & trans-polar crossing by USS Nautilus SSN-571 in 1958. Photos by
ET1/ss Matthew D. Cabana. YN1/ss J. Thompson & ET1/ss Matthew D. Cabana.
Photos by YN1/ss J. Thompson & ET1/ss Matthew D. Cabana. qualified members of the crew at the North Pole. Photos by YN1/ss
J. Thompson & ET1/ss Matthew D. Cabana.