RMMD2B8ENavy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, ascends at the end of a dive in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas. (U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alfred A. Coffield)
RM2BCTRY3U.S. Navy sailors assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt who have tested negative for COVID-19 are transported from Naval Base Guam to Government of Guam secured lodging April 3, 2020 in Apra Harbor, Guam. The sailors will be required to remain in quarantine for at least 14 days. Previously the ships commanding officer Capt. Brett Crozier was relieved of duty March 31, 2020 after pleading for help to stem the spread of COVID-19 cases on his ship.
RMMNNH1GNavy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, ascends at the end of a dive in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas.
RMMD2B8HNavy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, right, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, assists Dr. Lee Shannon, a marine ecologist with Naval Facilities Engineering Command Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, as they monitor and document the progress of transplanted corals in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas. (U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alfred A. Coffield)
RM2BCTTEDA U.S. Navy sailor delivers food to hotel rooms where sailors from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt who have tested negative for COVID-19 are quarantined April 3, 2020 in Tamuning, Guam. The sailors will be required to remain in quarantine for at least 14 days. Previously the ships commanding officer Capt. Brett Crozier was relieved of duty March 31, 2020 after pleading for help to stem the spread of COVID-19 cases on his ship.
RMMNNH0MDr. Lee Shannon, left, a marine ecologist with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, identifies different types of coral with Navy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas.
RMMD2B9FDr. Lee Shannon, left, a marine ecologist with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, identifies different types of coral with Navy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas. (U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alfred A. Coffield)
RM2BCTT6NA U.S. Navy sailor delivers food to hotel rooms where sailors from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt who have tested negative for COVID-19 are quarantined April 3, 2020 in Tamuning, Guam. The sailors will be required to remain in quarantine for at least 14 days. Previously the ships commanding officer Capt. Brett Crozier was relieved of duty March 31, 2020 after pleading for help to stem the spread of COVID-19 cases on his ship.
RMMNNH18Dr. Lee Shannon, left, a marine ecologist with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, signals to Navy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, as they ascend at the end of a dive in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas.
RMMD2B8PDr. Lee Shannon, left, a marine ecologist with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, signals to Navy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, as they ascend at the end of a dive in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas. (U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alfred A. Coffield)
RMMNNH0DNavy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, right, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, assists Dr. Lee Shannon, a marine ecologist with Naval Facilities Engineering Command Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, as they monitor and document the progress of transplanted corals in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas.
RMMD2B8FNavy Diver 2nd Class Nicholas Barcia-Dimeo, left, assigned to the Naval Base Guam Dive Locker, assists Dr. Lee Shannon, a marine ecologist with Naval Facilities Engineering Command Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, as they monitor and document the progress of transplanted corals in Apra Harbor near Naval Base Guam, March 14, 2018. The transplant is part of an effort by the Navy to promote positive environmental stewardship throughout Joint Region Marianas. (U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alfred A. Coffield)
RMPACCTJNAVAL BASE GUAM (March 14, 2016) The Arleigh Burke-Class guided-missile destroyer USS McCampbell (DDG 85) exits the bay. McCampbell is on patrol in the 7th Fleet area of operations in support of security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Bryan Jackson/Released)