uss chancellorsville deployment schedule


May 24, USS Chancellorsville arrived in Sydney, Australia, for a five-day port visit; Brief stop in Apra Harbor on June 7 to embark "Tigers.". From November 20-24, the Chancellorsville participated in exercise Pacific Vanguard with the ROKS Choe Yeong (DDH 981), HMCS Ottawa (FFH 341), HMAS Stuart (FFH 153), HMAS Parramatta (FFH 154), HMAS Hobart (DDG 39) and one Australian Collins-class submarine, while underway in the Philippine Sea; Returned home on Nov. 26. February 23, The guided-missile cruiser is currently at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, participating in a Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield 2011, an annual antiterrorism and force protection exercise that is conducted on all continental U.S. naval installations. June 24, The guided-missile cruiser pulled into Changi Naval Base, Singapore, for a scheduled port visit. May 19, USS Chancellorsville departed San Diego for a scheduled deployment with the Reagan Carrier Strike Group. Gordon O. Dorsey relieved Capt. This work, USS Chancellorsville makes scheduled port visit to Goa, India [Image 6 of 6], by PO1 Joshua Scott, identified by DVIDS, must comply with the restrictions shown on https://www.dvidshub.net/about/copyright. The ship also visited Singapore in mid-February. Thomas S. Kennedy as CO of CG 62 during a change-of-command ceremony on board the ship at sea. On 27 May 2008, the group began an undersea warfare exercise in the waters off Hawaii which included two attack submarines. August 7, The Chancellorsville moored outboard the USS Antietam (CG 54) at Pier 15 in Manila South Harbor, Republic of the Philippines, for a four-day port visit; Transited the San Bernardino Strait northbound on Aug. 12; Conducted a replenishment-at-sea with the USNS Richard E. Byrd (T-AKE 4) on Aug. 13. September 18, The Chancellorsville conducted a replenishment-at-sea with the USNS Carl Brashear (T-AKE 7), while underway in the Philippine Sea; Participated in a PHOTOEX with the USS Ronald Reagan, USS Boxer (LHD 4), USS Antietam and USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG 108), while underway in the South China Sea on Oct. 6; Conducted a replenishment-at-sea with the USNS Rappahannock (T-AO 204) on Oct. 9; Conducted a replenishment-at-sea with the USNS John Ericsson on Oct. 14. April 9, The guided-missile cruiser anchored off the coast of Phuket, Thailand, for a five-day port visit. From July 6-10, the guided-missile cruiser was underway for local operations; Underway again from July 14-16, 28-30 and Aug. 3-6. Dec. 24 (UPI) --The Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group began its scheduled deployment this week after completing a sustainment exercise, the Navy announced. May 15, CG 62 moored at Berth 7 on Fleet Activities Yokosuka after a four-day underway for carrier escort duties; Underway for routine training on May 19; Moored at HMP West on May 23; Day-long underway on May 25. From March 1-3, the guided-missile cruiser participated in Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) qualifications off the coast of Okinawa; Moored at Naval Base Guam from March 6-8.? UPI News. Welcome to the Chief of Naval Operations official website for Navy Awards. The USS Chancellorsville Family Readiness Group provides the family members of our Sailors with information and emotional support. By Christen McCurdy. Paul M. Allgeier relieved Capt. December 2, USS Chancellorsville departed Yokosuka in support of carrier escort duties for USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72); Conducted a replenishment-at-sea with the USNS Big Horn (T-AO 198), while underway in the South China Sea, on Dec. 7; Transited the Strait of Singapore westbound on Dec. 9; Transited the Malacca Strait southbound from Dec. 22-23. June 16, The Chancellorsville conducted Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) qualifications off Farallon de Medinilla Island, approximately 45 n.m. northeast of Saipan. November 16, An MH-60R Seahawk, assigned to the Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 75 Det. USS Chancellorsville makes scheduled port visit to Goa, India [Image 4 of 6] INDIAN OCEAN 10.18.2008 Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Joshua Scott U.S. Navy Subscribe The Essex ARG/MEU team is currently conducting a regularly scheduled deployment. July 17, The Chancellorsville pulled into Fremantle, Australia, for a five-day visit to Perth; Port call to Sydney from July 28- Aug. 2; Brief stop at Pago Pago, American Samoa, to refuel on Aug. 6; Port call to Pearl Harbor rom Aug. 11-13. September 18, CG 62 arrived in Vladivostok, Russia, for a scheduled port call. April 13, The Chancellorsville pulled into Pearl Harbor for a brief port call before conducting routine training in the Hawaiian Op; Area. Inport Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, from Feb. 25-28. April 22, Capt. Gordon H. Rheinstorm is the prospective commanding officer. June 2, CG 62 arrived in Longview, Wash., for a brief stop to embark guests; Port visit to Portland, Ore., from June 3-8 to participate in Rose Festival; Ammo onload at NWS Indian Island from June 10-12; Port visit to Seattle, Wash., from June 12-15; Returned home on June 19. March 1, The Chancellorsville anchored off Lahaina, Maui, for a four-day liberty visit. Operating in the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean, the U.S. 7th Fleet is the largest of the forward-deployed U.S. fleets covering 52 million square miles, with approximately 50 ships, 120 aircraft and 20,000 Sailors and Marines assigned at any given time. Port call to Subic Bay, Philippines, from March 24-29. May 19, The Chancellorsville moored at Bravo Pier, Naval Air Station North Island for a brief stop to offload ammo; Underway for a Friends and Family Day Cruise on May 20. Ticonderoga class guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Erie (CG 70), along with embarked detachment from Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 49 “Monstars,” returned to its homeport of Naval Station San Diego following an independent deployment to the U.S. 3rd and 7th Fleet areas of operations, Nov 18. Gerald J. O'Donnell as CO of USS Chancellorsville during a change-of-command ceremony on board the ship. Area. From Nov. 27 through Dec. 12, USS Chancellorsville was underway for NSFS qualifications off Farallon de Medinilla; Port call to Apra Harbor from Dec. 5-9. February 4, Capt. September 17, USS Chancellorsville participated in a photo exercise (PHOTOEX) at the start of a biennial field training exercise Valiant Shield 2018, in the Guam Op. October 12, USS Chancellorsville moored at Berth 1 in Busan Naval Base, Republic of Korea, for a three-day port call. November 21, CG 62 moored at White Beach Naval Facility for a brief stop to take on fuel and supplies; Inport Sasebo, Japan, from Nov. 22-23 and Nov. 28- Dec. 2; Returned home on Dec. 4; Underway for UD from Dec. 12-13; Underway for INSURV assessment on Dec. 17. King H. Dietrich relieved Capt. May 26, CG 62 anchored at Man-O'-War Anchorage for a three-day visit to Singapore. August 11, USS Chancellorsville departed homeport in support of Counter Special Operations Forces Exercise (CSOFEX); Port call to Busan, ROK, from Aug. 14-17. 5.4K likes. From May 28-31, the guided-missile cruiser was underway for engineering training off the coast of southern California; Underway again for routine training from June 4-7 and 10-14th; Underway for local operations from July 15-19; Underway for MISSILEX from July 22-24; Underway for Seattle SeaFair Festival on July 27; Inport Port Hadlock, Wash., from July 30-31. September 24, The Chancellorsville arrived in Mazatlan, Mexico, for a three-day port visit; Returned home on Sept. 30. August 2, The Chancellorsville arrived in Qingdao, China, for a three-day port visit; Returned home on Aug. 12 after a 15-day underway period; Underway for TSTA III from Aug. 21-25 and FEP from Sept 6-8. Jonathan E. Will relieved Capt. October 15, The Chancellorsville moored at Hakata Port for a four-day visit to Fukuoka, Japan; Inport Chinhae, Republic of Korea, from Oct. 20-21 before participating in annual exercise Foal Eagle from Oct. 23-28; Port call to Busan, ROK, from Nov. 2-5; Participated in ANNUALEX 12G from Nov. 9-12; Anchored in Buckner Bay, Okinawa, from Nov. 15-16 before participating in MISSILEX 01-1; Returned to homeport on Nov. 20. November 19, CG 62 conducted Tomahawk Block III Operational Test Launch (OTL) off the coast of southern California. August 21, The Chancellorsville departed Port Klang, Malaysia, after a three-day visit to Kuala Lumpur. May 26, USS Chancellorsville anchored in Victoria Harbour for a five-day port visit to Hong Kong; Returned to Yokosuka on June 5. Area; Moored at Naval Base Guam from Sept. 24- Oct. 2.? Port visit to Vancouver, Canada, from Jan. 17-20; Anchored in Nanoose Harbour, B.C., for CNO project from Jan. 20-23; Port visit to Seattle, Wash., from Jan. 23-27; Ammo offload at NWS Indian Island, Wash., from Jan. 27-29; Returned home on Feb. 3; Underway for local operations from Feb. 24-28 and March 2-6; Moored at Broadway Pier for an "Open House" from Feb. 28- March 2. November 22, USS Chancellorsville arrived at its homeport of Naval Station San Diego in San Diego, Calif., after a 15-day transit from Pascagoula, MS. From Dec. 4-15, the Chancellorsville was underway for Refresher Training (REFTRA) in the SOCAL Op. May 1, The guided-missile cruiser anchored off the coast of Phuket for a four-day visit to Thailand. August 25, The guided-missile cruise arrived in Kagoshima, Japan, for a three-day port visit; Returned home on Aug. 30; Underway for ammo onload from Sept. 2-3; Unerway again on Sept. 22; Inport White Beach, Okinawa, from Sept. 30- Oct. 1; Anchored off Hong Kong from Oct. 4-8; Brief stop in Okinawa from Oct. 11-12; Returned home on Oct. 14; Underway again on Oct. 18. Plan. December 12, USS Chancellorsville returned to Yokosuka, Japan, after a seven-week Fall Patrol. May 4, The guided-missile cruiser pulled into Pearl Harbor for a two-day port call. October 21, USS Chancellorsville returned to San Diego after a five-month deployment. November 16, An BQM-74 aerial target drone crashed at USS Chancellorsville, approximatelly 1:14 p.m. local time, while the ship was underway for Combat Systems Ship's Qualification Trials (CSSQT) at the Point Mugu Test Range. Port visit to San Francisco from Nov. 11-16; Underway for a COMPTUEX 95-1B from Dec. 12-18. May 22, 1989 PCU Chancellorsville underway for the first time to conduct Builder's (Alpha "A") sea trials. USS Chancellorsville CG-62. The class, originally numbering twenty-seven, was born in a Cold War (1947-1991) requirement and continues in service with the United States Navy as a potent airspace-denial, land-attack, and warship/submarine-hunting platform - "multi-mission" by approach. 270 likes. From February 8-14, 2001, CG 62 was underway in support of the USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) sea trials. From January 14-16, 2003, the Chancellorsville was underway for ammo onload at A-12 anchorage. Inport Rodman Naval Base on Aug. 21, Sept. 9-12 and Sept. 18. Area, for escort duties; Participated in an air defense exercise (ADEX) from Sept. 23-24; Returned home on Oct. 1. From Nov. 29- Dec. 1, CG 62 was underway for FIREX II and spotter services off San Clemente Island; Ammo offload at NWS Seal Beach from Dec. 4-6; Underway for COMPTUEX as part of opposition forces from Dec. 11-15. January 15, 2016 USS Chancellorsville departed Yokosuka to conduct Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) qualifications off Okinawa, Japan. Underway for READIEX 91-1B from Jan. 9-23. April 2, The Chancellorsville departed Fleet Activities Yokosuka for routine training; Underway in Sagami Wan from April 2-3; Brief stop off White Beach Naval Facility, Okinawa, on April 8, 9 and 10th; Moored at Berth 6 on April 13; Underway again from May 4-8. January 22, The guided-missile cruiser recently moored at Navy Pier, White Beach Naval Facility for a routine port call and to embark Marines from the 1st Battalion, 3rd Regiment for transportation to Camp Fuji, Japan, to conduct exercise Fuji Viper 16-3; Returned home on Jan. 25. 5 and Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment (LEDET) 8, departed Naval Station San Diego for a counter-drug operations in the U.S. 4th Fleet Area of Responsibility. February 15th, DVIDS Hub works best with JavaScript enabled, USS Chancellorsville makes scheduled port visit to Goa, India [Image 6 of 6], Strategic May 29, USS Chancellorsville departed Yokosuka for a Summer Patrol as part of the USS Ronald Reagan CSG-5. May 4, The guided-missile cruiser pulled into Pearl Harbor for a two-day port call. Jonathan E. Will as the 9th CO of USS Chancellorsville. Two Navy Carriers Are About To Head Out On Grueling "Double Pump" Deployments The USS Theodore Roosevelt and USS Dwight D. Eisenhower will … February 6, USS Chancellorsville returned to San Diego after a three-month underway period in the U.S. 4th Fleet AoR. July 31, USS Chancellorsville pulled into Seattle, Wash., for a five-day port visit; Returned home on Aug. 8; Underway for practice engineering certification from Aug. 22-23; Underway for ECERT from Aug. 26-27; Underway for ECERT Preps. April ?, USS Chancellorsville entered the Dry Dock #6 at Yokosuka Naval Shipyard for a Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA). Kevin S.J. July 27, The guided-missile cruiser moored at Echo Fueling Pier in Apra Harbor, Guam, for a four-day port visit; Transited the Surigao Strait southbound on Aug. 3; Returned to Yokosuka on Aug. 13; Anchored at A-136 for ammo onload after underway for the second part of patrol on Aug. 31. From October 25 through Nov. 17, the Chancellorsville was underway for a COMPTUEX 95-1A. Ammo onload at Seal Beach from March 1-2; Underway for Material Inspection on March 14. Returned home on June 17; Underway for TSTA II from June 27- July 1, July 5-8 and 11-15th; Underway for OPPE from Aug. 3-4; Underway for a Career Orientation Training for Midshipmen (CORTRAMID) cruise from Aug. 8-9; Underway for TSTA III and "Leaders to Sea" program from Aug. 15-19; Underway for a Family Day Cruise on Aug. 27; Underway for TSTA III from Aug. 29- Sept. 1 and Final Evaluation Problem (FEP) from Sept. 12-16. Departed dry-dock on January 13, 1994; Underway for sea trials from Feb. 10-11; Underway for Type Training from March 15-18; Underway for CART II from March 24-25; Ammo onload at Seal Beach from April 4-7; Underway for TSTA I from May 2-6, 9-13 and 16-20th; Underway for COMPTUEX 94-9T on June 2; Inport Longview, Wash., from June 6-7. William J. Keating, Jr., relieved Capt. January 13, 1992 The guided-missile cruiser departed homeport for Naval Gunfire Support (NGFS) qualifications off San Clemente Island. December 14, Rear Adm. James R. Fitzgerald relieved Rear Adm. Philip M. Quast as Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Group (CCDG) 3, during a change-of-command ceremony aboard the USS Chancellorsville at Broadway Pier in downtown San Diego. NSailors stand watch on the bridge of the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG 62) as USS Antietam (CG 54), left, and Chancellorsville prepare to maneuver alongside the Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo and ammunition ship USNS Washington Chambers (T-AKE 11) prior to a replenishment-at-sea. September 26, Capt. August 27, USS Chancellorsville returned to Naval Station San Diego after a six-month deployment in the U.S. 5th and 7th Fleet Areas of Responsibility (AoR). January 29, 1990 USS Chancellorsville departed homeport for a Combat Systems Ship's Qualification Trials (CSSQT) in the Hawaiian OPAREA. November 6, USS Chancellorsville, with an embarked Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light (HSL) 47, departed Naval Station San Diego for a counter-narcotics deployment; Inport Naval Station Rodman to refuel from Nov. 14-15 before transiting Panama Canal; Anchored off Cartagena, Colombia, on Nov. 26 to refuel; Brief stop in Colon, Panama, on Dec. 2. Vincent J. Andrews as CO of the Chancellorsville during a change-of-command ceremony on board the ship. William A. Hesser, Jr., as the 14th commanding officer of Chancellorsville. She is the first guided-missile cruiser to receive the AWS Baseline 9A upgrade. From Dec. 7-14, the Chancellorsville was underway for READIEX 91-1A with the USS Nimitz (CVN 68) Battle Group. December 2, USS Chancellorsville moored outboard the USS Antietam at Berth 7, Fleet Activities Yokosuka following a three-month patrol. July 7, CG 62 departed San Diego, Calif., for a homeport change to Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, and to participate in exercise RIMPAC '98 off the coast of Hawaii; Inport Pearl Harbor from July 13-15, 20-23 and July 30- Aug 2. November 15, USS Chancellorsville moored at Berth 6 on Fleet Activities Yokosuka following a two-month patrol; Underway again on Nov. 18. January 26, 2018 USS Chancellorsville moored outboard the USS Mustin (DDG 89) at Berth 7 after a four-day underway for sea trials; Moored outboard the USS Shiloh at HMP East on Jan. 27; Underway again from Feb. 7-10 and Feb. 27; Anchored at A-12 for a brief stop to onload ammo before moored at HMP East on March 2. August 7, USS Chancellorsville collided with USNS Ponchatoula (T-AO 146) during refueling at night. It was flying over the Win Far which was captured by Somali pirates April 6. August 12, USS Chancellorsville, with an embarked Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light (HSL) 45 Det. August 9, The Chancellorsville pulled into Dubai for the fourth time for a 15-day port call to get tender support services. September 19, The Chancellorsville recently joined the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), in the Guam Op. February 12, The Chancellorsville is currently off the coast of southern California participating in a bilateral exercise Iron Fist 2012, between United States and the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) ships. September 24, The Chancellorsville moored at Berth 3, Tango Wharf in Apra Harbor, Guam, for a five-day port call after participated in at-sea phase of a biennial field training exercise Valiant Shield 2016. April 19, USS Chancellorsville pulled into Fleet Activities Sasebo, Japan, for a three-day port call. May 6, CG 62 moored at Sembawang shipyard in Singapore for a four-day port call. August 21, USS Chancellorsville moored at Berth 7 on Fleet Activities Yokosuka following an 80-day patrol in the U.S. 7th Fleet AoR; Underway again on Sept. 14. Capt. March 20, USS Chancellorsville arrived at NASSCO shipyard for a two-month Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA); Underway for sea trials on May 13; Underway again on May 26. January 22, 1996 USS Chancellorsville commenced a two-month Planned Restricted Availability (PRAV); Underway for sea trials from March 20-21; Underway for "Leaders to Sea" program from April 3-4; Ammo onload at NWS Seal Beach from April 9-10; Embarked "Leaders to Sea" via helicopter on April 11; Returned to homeport on April 12; Underway again on April 22. June 2, USS Chancellorsville departed Fleet Activities Yokosuka for a Summer Patrol, as part of the USS Ronald Reagan CSG. September 2, The Chancellorsville moored at Navy Pier, White Beach Naval Facility in Okinawa, Japan, for a brief stop. May 19, The Chancellorsville anchored off Manila, Republic of the Philippines, for a three-day port visit. Chancellorsvillewas commissioned at Ingalls Shipbuildingin Pascagoula, Miss, on 4 November 1989. Thomas S. Kennedy relieved Capt. Inport Naval Station Everett, Wash., for a port visit to Seattle from Oct. 17-21; Port visit to Vancouver, B.C., from Oct. 21-25; Returned home on Oct. 28; Underway for MISSILEX from Oct. 30- Nov. 3; Underway for local operatins from Nov. 8-10. From May 10-20, CG 62 participated in annual exercise Tandem Thrust, within Austalia's Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. November 18, CG 62 entered the dry-dock at the NASSCO shipyard in San Diego for a three-month Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA). Mrs. Sharron M. Martin, the wife of retired Vice Adm. Edward H. Martin, served as sponsor of the ship. March 29, Naval Sea Systems Command completed the first-ever Air Defense Cruiser Aegis Baseline 9 combat systems upgrade for USS Chancellorsville. Returned to Naval Base San Diego on Aug. 23. July 5, USS Chancellorsville moored outboard the USS William P. Lawrence (DDG 110) at Wharf 1, Container Terminal in Port of Brisbane, Australia, for a five-day liberty visit. from Sept. 9-13; Underway again for ECERT from Sept. 23-27; Underway for FEP rehearsal on Oct. 1; Ammo onload at Seal Beach from Oct. 3-4; Underway for Final Evaluation Period (FEP) from Oct. 8-10; Underway for a Friends and Family Cruise from Nov. 1-2. She deployed from 1 March 1991 to 27 August 1991 to the Arabian Gulf in support of Operation DESERT STORM. February 20, 2005 CG 62 is currently undergoing a nine-week Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA) period at Yokosuka Naval Shipyard. August 20, USS Chancellorsville returned to Fleet Activities Yokosuka after a three-month underway period in support of Talisman Saber 2005, the third annual Orange Crush and Joint Air and Sea Exercise (JASEX) 2005. August 28, Capt. April 20, The chancellorsville arrived in Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands, for a 10-day port visit. USS Chancellorsville B-Roll. The collision ripped off the port hurricane bow, damaged the sonar dome and bent the centerline anchor. February 13, 2015 USS Chancellorsville moored at Berth 1, Pier 8 on Naval Base San Diego after underway for routine training; Underway again from March 31- April ? July 1, Rear Adm. James Stark relieved Rear Adm. Archie Clemins as Commander, U.S. Pacific Training Command, during a change-of-command ceremony on board the Chancellorsville. November 18, USS Chancellorsville moored at Berth 7 on Fleet Activities Yokosuka following a two-and-a-half month patrol. December 13, The Chancellorsville entered the Dry Dock #5 at Yokosuka Naval Shipyard for a Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA). June 15, An SH-60B, assigned to Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light (HSL) 47 Det. April 28, USS Chancellorsville departed homeport for a scheduled deployment. October 22, CG 62 anchored off the east coast of Busan, Republic of Korea, to participate in ROK Navy’s Fleet Review on Friday; Participated in ADEX from Oct. 26-29. Eyer relieved Capt. August 12, Capt. Port visit to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, from Nov. 17-19. From October 22 through Nov. 10, CG 62 was underway with the Kitty Hawk BG for exercises Foal Eagle '99 and ANNUALEX 11G; Ammo offload at A-12 anchorage from Nov. 15-17. May 30, USS Chancellorsville anchored in Makham Bay, Thailand, for a four-day visit to Phuket. This website provides online access to Navy Awards information and assistance. USS Essex Concludes CARAT with Port Visit to Malaysia The amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2) and embarked 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) arrived in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia for a port visit after participating in Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Malaysia 2018, August 19. File:US Navy 080619-N-5961C-004 The guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG 62), left, and the guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur (DDG 73) are moored at the foot of Victoria Peak in … August 12, The Chancellorsville arrived in Hong Kong for a four-day port call; Inport Apra Harbor, Guam, from Aug. 21-2?. avy Photography August 25, USS Chancellorsville returned to homeport after a nearly six-month deployment in the U.S. 5th and 7th Fleet AoR. Entered the Arabian Gulf on June 11; Port call to Dubai, U.A.E., from June 12-14; Anchored off Bahrain for Inchop brief with NAVCENT from June 15-16; Inport Dubai from July 2-6; Upkeep in Dubai from July 22-31. September 9, USS Chancellorsville returned to San Diego after a seven-month deployment in the U.S. 5th and 7th Fleet Areas of Responsibility (AoR). Inport White Beach, Okinawa, Japan, from Nov. 3-4 before participating in a MISSILEX 04-1. Her keel was laid down on June 24, 1987, at the Litton - Ingalls Shipbuilding shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss., and she was launched on July 15, 1988. October 2?, 2002 USS Chancellorsville departed Yokosuka for a seven-week Fall Patrol with the Kitty Hawk BG; Participated in ANNUALEX 14G in November. November 13, Capt. August 3, Capt. April 5, USS Chancellorsville anchored off the coast of Pattaya, Thailand, for a four-day port visit. October 12, The Chancellorsville anchored off Chinhae, Republic of Korea, for International Fleet Review (IFL) in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary celebration of the ROK Independence; Port call to Busan from Oct. 13-15 before participating in exercise Foal Eagle; Participated in ANNUALEX 10G from Nov. 5-12; Returned home on Nov. 13. Chancellorsville Celebrates 120 Years of Care The U.S. Navy has hospital corpsmen on all of its vessels to treat the crew if any medical emergency, injury or illness occurs. February 10, 2012 Capt. Two sailors were treated for minor burns; Returned home for damage assessment on Nov. 17. Michael A. Hegarty as CO of the CG 62. February 19, 1993 USS Chancellorsville departed San Diego for a surge deployment as part of the USS Nimitz BG. March 19, The guided-missile cruiser pulled into Apra Harbor, Guam, for a two-day port call before participating in exercises MTX '99 and Tandem Thrust; Inport Apra Harbor again from April 2-6; Class "A" fire in the uptakes of the forward gas turbines on April 16; Entered the Arabian Gulf on April 20. November 23, USS Chancellorsville entered the Dry Dock #5 at Yokosuka Naval Shipyard for a Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA). Escorts for the deployment included USS Chancellorsville (CG-62), USS Gridley (DDG-101), USS Howard (DDG-83), USS Decatur (DDG-73) and USS Thach (FFG-43). Every night the ship moved outside the park to pump-and-dump trash and waste. Wilson D. Marks as the 16th CO of Chancellorsville during a change-of-command ceremony on board the ship. Story Number: NNS110213-01 2/13/2011. From December 15-17, the Chancellorsville was underway for sea trials and returned to Naval Station San Diego. November 4, USS Chancellorsville was commissioned during a ceremony at Pascagoula, Mississippi. October 2, The Chancellorsville arrived in Sydney, Australia, for a six-day port visit; Brief stop in Pago Pago to refuel on Oct. 13; Inport Pearl Harbor from Oct. 19-21. October 2, USS Chancellorsville departed Yokosuka, Japan, for a Fall Patrol with the Kitty Hawk BG. The guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville departed from San Diego for Yokosuka, Japan, where the ship will join U.S. 7th Fleet's Forward Deployed Naval Forces. November 21, USS Chancellorsville anchored at Kellett Anchorage #1 in Victoria Harbour for a four-day liberty port visit to Hong Kong to celebrate the Thanksgiving Day; Anchored off Yokosuka for ammo offload on Nov. 30. June 15, USS Chancellorsville, along with the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), USS Antietam (CG 54), USS Benfold (DDG 65), USS Oklahoma City (SSN 723), JS Ise (DDH 182), JS Suzunami (DD 114), JS Fuyuzuki (DD 118), JS Soryu (SS 501), INS Sahyadri (F49), INS Kamorta (P28) and INS Shakti (A57), participated in a PHOTOEX east of Saipan, as part of a trilateral exercise Malabar 2018. The Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG 62) breaks away from the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln … Departed dry-dock on June 23; Returned to Naval Station San Diego on Aug. 20; Underway for sea trials from Aug. 21-23; Magnetic deperming at Naval Submarine Base Point Loma from Aug. 27-29; Underway for local operations on Sept. 17; Ammo onload at NWS Seal Beach from Sept. 20-24; Inport Naval Air Station North Island from Sept. 28- Oct. 5; Underway for routine training from Oct. 15-19, Oct. 29- Nov. 2, Nov. 5-10 and 13-16th; Underway for Operational Propulsion Plant Examination (OPPE) from Nov. 27-29. March 24, The guided-missile cruiser entered the Southwest Marine Shipyard in San Diego for a nine-month Regular Overhaul (ROH); In dry-dock from April 1 to June 25. 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