USS Ingraham Leaves Everett For Six Month Deployment

September 27, 2011

Everett

Operations Specialist Seaman Jacob Roy waits to unmoor the USS Ingraham yesterday. Photo courtesy US Navy

The guided missile frigate USS Ingraham left Naval Station Everett yesterday for a six month deployment in the Caribbean and Latin America. Naval Station Everett Public Affairs Officer Kristin Ching says the 200 member crew is led by commander Kristin Stengel and will be assigned to the U.S. Southern Command. A portion of their time will be spent countering illicit trafficking operations in the Caribbean and off the coast of Latin America. The Ingraham and crew are expected to return to Naval Station Everett next spring.

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