Senior Chief Petty Officer Demetrius Fitts of Jacksonville, Florida, a culinary specialist, reads remarks on the flight deck aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS New York during a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony as the ship prepares for potential humanitarian relief efforts off the coast of Florida on Sept. 11, 2017. Part of the ship was forged from steel taken from New York City’s destroyed World Trade Center.
Senior Chief Petty Officer Demetrius Fitts of Jacksonville, Florida, a culinary specialist, reads remarks on the flight deck aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS New York during a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony as the ship prepares for potential humanitarian relief efforts off the coast of Florida on Sept. 11, 2017. Part of the ship was forged from steel taken from New York City’s destroyed World Trade Center. MC1 SHAMIRA PURIFOY U.S. NAVY
Senior Chief Petty Officer Demetrius Fitts of Jacksonville, Florida, a culinary specialist, reads remarks on the flight deck aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS New York during a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony as the ship prepares for potential humanitarian relief efforts off the coast of Florida on Sept. 11, 2017. Part of the ship was forged from steel taken from New York City’s destroyed World Trade Center. MC1 SHAMIRA PURIFOY U.S. NAVY

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