Marine Deck Officer or Chief mate on deck of vessel or ship
RFR1G5CHMarine Deck Officer or Chief mate on deck of vessel or ship
Marine engineer reading contract on tablet near vessel in background.
RF2D9J900Marine engineer reading contract on tablet near vessel in background.
160916-M-TM809-819 PACIFIC OCEAN (Sept. 16, 2016) Chief Aviation Electrician’s Mate Sean Almond, from New Harmony, Indiana, places a cover on Chief Hospital Corpsman Claudette Arenas, from Las Vegas, during the chief pinning ceremony on the flight deck of hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). Four hospital corpsman attached to Mercy were promoted to the rank of chief petty officer. Deployed in support of Pacific Partnership 2016, Mercy is sailing to her homeport of San Diego. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Brittney Vella/Released)
RMP2FFDY160916-M-TM809-819 PACIFIC OCEAN (Sept. 16, 2016) Chief Aviation Electrician’s Mate Sean Almond, from New Harmony, Indiana, places a cover on Chief Hospital Corpsman Claudette Arenas, from Las Vegas, during the chief pinning ceremony on the flight deck of hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). Four hospital corpsman attached to Mercy were promoted to the rank of chief petty officer. Deployed in support of Pacific Partnership 2016, Mercy is sailing to her homeport of San Diego. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Brittney Vella/Released)
U.S. Navy Sailor Petty Officer 1st Class Roy Brown, an aviation boatswain's mate aboard the USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3), directs an MV-22B Osprey flown by U.S. Marines attached to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command, during a deck landing qualification exercise in the Arabian Gulf, March 24, 2019. A Marine Air Ground Task Force is specifically designed to be capable of deploying aviation, ground, and logistics forces forward at a moment’s notice. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Binion)
RMT37M34U.S. Navy Sailor Petty Officer 1st Class Roy Brown, an aviation boatswain's mate aboard the USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3), directs an MV-22B Osprey flown by U.S. Marines attached to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command, during a deck landing qualification exercise in the Arabian Gulf, March 24, 2019. A Marine Air Ground Task Force is specifically designed to be capable of deploying aviation, ground, and logistics forces forward at a moment’s notice. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Binion)
Chief Petty Officer Scott Smith poses for a photo in front of landing craft air cushion hovercraft in the well deck of USS Carter Hall (LSD-50) Dec. 12, 2016 at sea. Smith is A Sergeant Bluff, Iowa native and the chief gunner’s mate with Detachment D, Assault Craft Unit 4. LCACs act as vital transport vehicles in ship-to-shore operations, capable of carrying up to 60 tons of cargo, inflating a large skirt beneath them to move fluidly at sea and on beaches. Smith is participating in Amphibious Ready Group Marine Expeditionary Unit Exercise, a three-week training evolution intended to build upon
RMMXWH71Chief Petty Officer Scott Smith poses for a photo in front of landing craft air cushion hovercraft in the well deck of USS Carter Hall (LSD-50) Dec. 12, 2016 at sea. Smith is A Sergeant Bluff, Iowa native and the chief gunner’s mate with Detachment D, Assault Craft Unit 4. LCACs act as vital transport vehicles in ship-to-shore operations, capable of carrying up to 60 tons of cargo, inflating a large skirt beneath them to move fluidly at sea and on beaches. Smith is participating in Amphibious Ready Group Marine Expeditionary Unit Exercise, a three-week training evolution intended to build upon
151031-N-AX638-398 MEDITERRANEAN SEA (Oct. 31, 2015) Chief Warrant Officer 2 Mike Hayden, from Weymouth, Massachusetts, Gunner of the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3), fires an M-500 shotgun while Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Kyle Orr, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, acts as line coach during a small arms live-fire exercise on the flight deck aboard Kearsarge (LHD 3), Oct. 31, 2015. Kearsarge, deployed as part of the Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group, is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe. (U.S. Navy Pho
RMFTDHN2151031-N-AX638-398 MEDITERRANEAN SEA (Oct. 31, 2015) Chief Warrant Officer 2 Mike Hayden, from Weymouth, Massachusetts, Gunner of the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3), fires an M-500 shotgun while Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Kyle Orr, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, acts as line coach during a small arms live-fire exercise on the flight deck aboard Kearsarge (LHD 3), Oct. 31, 2015. Kearsarge, deployed as part of the Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group, is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe. (U.S. Navy Pho
U.S. Navy Sailor Petty Officer 1st Class Roy Brown, an aviation boatswain's mate aboard the USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3), directs an MV-22B Osprey flown by U.S. Marines attached to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command, during a deck landing qualification exercise in the Arabian Gulf, March 24, 2019. A Marine Air Ground Task Force is specifically designed to be capable of deploying aviation, ground, and logistics forces forward at a moment’s notice.
RMT4EXN3U.S. Navy Sailor Petty Officer 1st Class Roy Brown, an aviation boatswain's mate aboard the USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3), directs an MV-22B Osprey flown by U.S. Marines attached to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command, during a deck landing qualification exercise in the Arabian Gulf, March 24, 2019. A Marine Air Ground Task Force is specifically designed to be capable of deploying aviation, ground, and logistics forces forward at a moment’s notice.
Marine Deck Officer or Chief mate on deck of vessel or ship
RFR0GED0Marine Deck Officer or Chief mate on deck of vessel or ship
Marine engineer talking by VHF walkie talkie, holding papers near vessel in background.
RF2CWB1G1Marine engineer talking by VHF walkie talkie, holding papers near vessel in background.
U.S. Navy Sailor Petty Officer 2nd Class Onyx Ashe, an aviation boatswain's mate aboard the USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3), directs an MV-22B Osprey flown by U.S. Marines attached to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command, during a deck landing qualification exercise in the Arabian Gulf, March 24, 2019. A Marine Air Ground Task Force is specifically designed to be capable of deploying aviation, ground, and logistics forces forward at a moment’s notice. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Binion)
RMT37M35U.S. Navy Sailor Petty Officer 2nd Class Onyx Ashe, an aviation boatswain's mate aboard the USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3), directs an MV-22B Osprey flown by U.S. Marines attached to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command, during a deck landing qualification exercise in the Arabian Gulf, March 24, 2019. A Marine Air Ground Task Force is specifically designed to be capable of deploying aviation, ground, and logistics forces forward at a moment’s notice. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Binion)
Chief Petty Officer Scott Smith poses for a photo in front of landing craft air cushion hovercraft in the well deck of USS Carter Hall (LSD-50) Dec. 12, 2016 at sea. Smith is A Sergeant Bluff, Iowa native and the chief gunner’s mate with Detachment D, Assault Craft Unit 4. LCACs act as vital transport vehicles in ship-to-shore operations, capable of carrying up to 60 tons of cargo, inflating a large skirt beneath them to move fluidly at sea and on beaches. Smith is participating in Amphibious Ready Group Marine Expeditionary Unit Exercise, a three-week training evolution intended to build upon
RMMXY1YXChief Petty Officer Scott Smith poses for a photo in front of landing craft air cushion hovercraft in the well deck of USS Carter Hall (LSD-50) Dec. 12, 2016 at sea. Smith is A Sergeant Bluff, Iowa native and the chief gunner’s mate with Detachment D, Assault Craft Unit 4. LCACs act as vital transport vehicles in ship-to-shore operations, capable of carrying up to 60 tons of cargo, inflating a large skirt beneath them to move fluidly at sea and on beaches. Smith is participating in Amphibious Ready Group Marine Expeditionary Unit Exercise, a three-week training evolution intended to build upon
ATLANTIC OCEAN (Dec. 13, 2017) --  Chief Boatswain's Mate Benjamin Hansen, assigned to USS Gerald R. Ford's (CVN 78) deck department, receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Capt. Richard McCormack, Ford's commanding officer, during an awards at quarters in the ship's forecastle. Ford is underway conducting test and evaluation operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Cat Campbell)
RMMDX0B3ATLANTIC OCEAN (Dec. 13, 2017) -- Chief Boatswain's Mate Benjamin Hansen, assigned to USS Gerald R. Ford's (CVN 78) deck department, receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Capt. Richard McCormack, Ford's commanding officer, during an awards at quarters in the ship's forecastle. Ford is underway conducting test and evaluation operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Cat Campbell)
U.S. Navy Sailor Petty Officer 2nd Class Onyx Ashe, an aviation boatswain's mate aboard the USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3), directs an MV-22B Osprey flown by U.S. Marines attached to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command, during a deck landing qualification exercise in the Arabian Gulf, March 24, 2019. A Marine Air Ground Task Force is specifically designed to be capable of deploying aviation, ground, and logistics forces forward at a moment’s notice.
RMT4EXN4U.S. Navy Sailor Petty Officer 2nd Class Onyx Ashe, an aviation boatswain's mate aboard the USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3), directs an MV-22B Osprey flown by U.S. Marines attached to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command, during a deck landing qualification exercise in the Arabian Gulf, March 24, 2019. A Marine Air Ground Task Force is specifically designed to be capable of deploying aviation, ground, and logistics forces forward at a moment’s notice.