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USS Coronado crew to be relieved after nine-month stint

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first_img View post tag: USS Coronado Authorities View post tag: LCS March 29, 2017 The crew of the U.S. Navy’s Singapore-based littoral combat ship USS Coronado will be welcoming relief in April after spending nine months embarked on the ship.Littoral Combat Ship Crew 203 departed San Diego March 27 and will relieve Crew 204 in mid-April.Crew 204, the original Coronado crew which deployed with the ship in June last year was supposed to return home in October. Recent changes to the LCS training and certification program and a lack of trimaran LCS hulls for Crew 203 pre-deployment work up resulted in Crew 204 staying in Singapore almost half a year longer than planned, according to Navy Times.Prior to deploying, Crew 203 completed multiple off-hull simulator and on-hull underway opportunities to include engineering, aviation launch and recovery certifications; Integrated Ship Aviation Team Training (ISATT) and Mission Package workups.“The training and certification process is extensive and necessary to ensure our crews are fully prepared for the demands of deployment,” said Capt. Jordy M. Harrison, commander, Littoral Combat Ship Squadron ONE.“I am proud of Crew 203 and our entire LCS team for their dedication and hard work to implement recent changes to LCS on-hull training opportunities following last September’s LCS Review. These changes in the LCS program will ensure we provide the Fleet with crews trained and prepared to execute the mission sets,” said Harrison.Forward-deployed Coronado is outfitted with the surface warfare (SUW) mission package, comprised of two 11-meter rigid hull inflatable boats; two visit, board, search, and seizure boarding teams; two 30mm machine guns; two MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicles, and an MH-60S Seahawk helicopter.Coronado arrived in Singapore in October 2016, marking the first deployment of an Independence-variant littoral combat ship to Southeast Asia and the third overall LCS deployment following USS Freedom (LCS 1) and USS Fort Worth (LCS 3). Operating from Singapore, Coronado has participated in multiple exercises with allied and partner navies across the region during her deployment.To date, Coronado has completed a passing exercise with the Royal Brunei Navy, and conducted counter piracy operations and flight operations in the South China Sea. Additionally, Coronado was the first LCS to launch a Harpoon anti-ship missile during the 2016 Rim of the Pacific exercise. USS Coronado crew to be relieved after nine-month stint Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Coronado crew to be relieved after nine-month stint View post tag: US Navylast_img read more

Phil Lesh Welcomes Chris Robinson, John Scofield & More For Outdoor Celebration [Watch]

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first_imgJust a few weeks ago, Phil Lesh marked the opening of his Terrapin Crossroads venue with a soul’d-out Friends performance that featured the entirety of Soulive, Jackie Greene and more. Yesterday, Lesh put that outdoor space to good use once again, throwing a “Spring Fling” that included performances from Colonel & The Mermaids, Lorin Rowan’s Rattlebox, and, of course, Phil Lesh & Friends.This particular Leshian ensemble included some all-star talent, including John Scofield, Chris Robinson, Scott Law, Jason Crosby and Tony Leone. The group jammed their way through a number of folk and Grateful Dead classics, opening up with Hank Ballard’s “Let’s Go Let’s Go Let’s Go” before dusting off favorites like “Mr. Charlie” and “Bertha.”Watch some of “Bertha” below, courtesy of Matthew Kahn:The band also worked in the classic Otis Redding song “Hard To Handle,” a tune that was repopularized by Robinson in the Black Crowes. Check out the joyous blues cover below.The show ended with a rockin’ “New Minglewood Blues,” with each band member taking turns delivering some crisp leads. Check ito ut below, via lowplainsdrifter on YouTube:You can see the full setlist below, courtesy of PhilZone.Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends at Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA – 5/21/16Set 1: Let’s Go Let’s Go Let’s Go, Mr. Charlie, Jesse James, Bertha, I’m a Hog For You Baby, Brown Eyed Women, Mason’s Children plSet 2: Shakedown Street > Hard To Handle, What’d I Say, She Belongs To Me, New Speedway Boogie, St. Stephen pl sl > Franklin’s Tower pl, Turn On Your LovelightEncore: New Minglewood Blueslast_img read more