His ship is kinda big.
I’m not sure who it is that thinks that the end of a deployment is all down hill. It’s more like a 89° hill that you have to heard marbles up and it ends with a sudden precipice that we all stumble over like happy crazed lemmings.
Like any of the other colors?
Anchor piece now available in my Etsy shop and in my Society6 along with a bunch of other goodies. Free shipping on most items in my Society6 shop through the 12th, but only with the link on this post!
I love this. *toots own horn*
Buy it here.
Reblogging this because well… that’s my husband. lol So random for this to show up on my dash.
Off to get my mother fucking honey. =D I made this for him for today in honor of him coming home from deployment.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The U.S. Navy says an amphibious assault ship and a replenishment tanker collided in the Pacific Ocean but there were no injuries and no fuel spills.
A Third Fleet public affairs statement says the collision between the assault ship USS Essex and the oiler USNS Yukon occurred at midmorning Wednesday approximately 120 miles off Southern California.
The Navy says an apparent steering malfunction occurred as Essex approached the Yukon for replenishment while under way.
Neither ships’ fuel tanks or systems were compromised, but the Navy says a full assessment of any damage is continuing.
The Essex is due to return to San Diego on Thursday after 12 years based in Sasebo, Japan.
The guided-missile destroyer USS Chafee (DDG 90), front, and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyers JS Yamayuki (DD-129) and JS Yamagiri (DD-152) conduct formation drills during a passing exercise.
You know that you’ve been on tumblr too long and that your sailor husband has been gone far far far too long when the first thought that pops into your head when you see this is “Unf, come this way.”… WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME?
While I was at the mall shopping today I happened to talk to a fellow Navy wife who worked in one of the stores. She said she was still getting a hang of things in the Navy, like what the ranks are and who’s job is what. She also mentioned that she was still trying to figure out who was and wasn’t supposed to salute her.