USS Cole - Images



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USS Cole (DDG-67) being transported by MV Blue Marlin for beginning of restoration at Litton Ingalls Shipbuilding, Pascagoula, Mississippi, 13 December 2000.
NHHC Photograph Collection, L-File, Ships.

USS Cole (DDG-67), underway in the late 1990s. NHHC Photograph Collection, L-File, Ships.

 

The Crew of the ARLIGH BURKE-class USS COLE (DDG 67), escort their wounded ship aboard Navy tug vessel, USNS CATAWBA, to a staging point in the Yemeni harbor of Aden awaiting transportation by the Norwegian-owned semi-submersible heavy lift ship MV BLUE MARLIN back to their homeport, during Operation DETERMINED RESPONSE, on October 29, 2000.
Photographed by Sgt. Don L. Maes, USMC. DOD Still Media photograph: 01029-M-0557M-011

 

Members of the US Air Force 86th Air Wing Honor Guard, who have just carried the remains of fallen sailors from USS COLE (DDG 67), from a C-17 globemaster III aircraft (not shown), return to the hangar at Ramstein Air Base, Germany on October 13, 2000. The sailors were caught in the explosion during the bombing of Cole in the Yemen port city of Aden.
Photographed by AC1 Marc McPherson. DOD Still Media Photograph: 001013-F-7920M-007

 

The United States Navy Ceremonial Guard honors fallen members from USS COLE (DDG 67) at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, as their remains are removed from a US Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft on October 14, 2000. The sailors were killed in an explosion resulting from a terrorist attack on the COLE in Yemen.
Photograped by John Sidoriak Jr., USAF, Civ. DOD Still Media Photograph: 001014-F-3958S-002
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The United States Navy Ceremonial Guard honors fallen members from USS COLE (DDG 67) at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, as their remains are removed from a US Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft on October 14, 2000. The sailors were killed in an explosion resulting from a terrorist attack on the COLE in Yemen.
Photographed by John Sidoriak Jr., USAF Civ. DOD Still Media Photograph: 001014-F-3958S-003

 




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