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Visit by Deputy Prime Minister Caps Busy Port Visit for USS Asheville in Australia
March 16, 2023
HMAS STIRLING, Australia (March 16, 2023) - Australian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles shakes hands with Lt. j.g. Michael Nix, assigned to the Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Asheville (SSN 758), before going onboard for a tour, March 16. Asheville conducted multiple tours for distinguished visitors during a routine port visit to HMAS Stirling, Western Australia to enhance interoperability and communication, and strengthen relationships with the Royal Australian Navy. (Courtesy photo by Australian Department of Defence)

French submarine deployment to Western Pacific presents rare training opportunity for Guam-based boat
December 18, 2020
WATERS OFF GUAM (Dec. 11, 2020) The French Navy Rubis-class nuclear powered submarine (SSN) Émeraude steams off the coast of Guam during a photo exercise with the Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Asheville (SSN 758). Asheville and Émeraude practiced high-end maritime skills in a multitude of disciplines designed to enhance interoperability between maritime forces. Asheville is one of four forward-deployed submarines assigned to Commander, Submarine Squadron 15. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kelsey J. Hockenberger)

Submarine Force U.S. Pacific Fleet 2015 Sailors of the Year Announced
February 12, 2016
SAN DIEGO (Feb. 11, 2016) Commander, Submarine Force U.S. Pacific Fleet (COMSUBPAC) Sailors of the Year (SOY) pose for a group photo with Rear Admiral Frederick Roegge, COMSUBPAC, and COMSUBPAC Force Master Chief Russ Mason at the conclusion of SOY Week. The week of events is designed to honor the finalists' contributions to their respective commands and local communities, while also evaluating their military bearing, professional performance and leadership skills as they compete to become Sailor of the Year for their type command. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Derek A. Harkins/Released)