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Summer Uniform Shift
Zone 1: 8 April 2024
Zone 2: 6 May 2024 

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The USS Oregon (SSN 793) conducts a supplies onload with tug boat John P. Wronowski in the mouth of Thames River in Groton, Conn., Oct. 6. The Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS Oregon and crew operate under Submarine Squadron (SUBRON) FOUR and its primary mission is to provide attack submarines that are ready, willing, and able to meet the unique challenges of undersea combat and deployed operations in unforgiving environments across the globe.
The recently commissioned Littoral Combat Ship USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul (LCS 21) pulled into Naval Submarine Base New London (SUBASE) to replenish supplies. Littoral Combat Ships are a fast, agile, mission-focused platform designed for operation in near-shore environments yet capable of open-ocean operation. It is designed to defeat asymmetric "anti-access" threats and is capable of supporting forward presence, maritime security, sea control, and deterrence. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Maxwell Higgins)
Aerial view of NSB New London
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Gilday departs from the Virginia Class submarine USS South Dakota (SSN 790), after a tour of the submarine. Gilday and Rep. Joe Courtney, of Connecticut’s 2nd Congressional District, visited the Naval Submarine Base New London waterfront and Naval Submarine School after touring nearby General Dynamics Electric Boat Shipyard submarine construction facilities.
The USS San Juan (SSN 751) transits the Thames River as the ship returns from routine operations to Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Conn., Sept. 2. The Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine USS San Juan and crew operate under Submarine Squadron (SUBRON) TWELVE and its primary mission is to provide attack submarines that are ready, willing, and able to meet the unique challenges of undersea combat and deployed operations in unforgiving environments across the globe. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Petty Officer Joshua Karsten)
 

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