Visiting Ships

Active U.S. Navy ships visit every LA Fleet Week and include ship tours as part of the event.

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2019 Visiting Ships

USCGC Alert

USCGC Alert

The ALERT is at all times prepared to serve her country. Whether it is Maritime Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Drug Interdiction, Fisheries Enforcement, Search and Rescue, Marine Safety and Environmental Protection, Helicopter Operations or Damage Control, the USCGC ALERT is Semper Paratus! USCGC ALERT’s primary missions are reflected by her motto, “Rescue, Enforce, Defend.” Coast Guard...

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USCGC Forrest Rednour

USCGC Forrest Rednour

The 154-foot Sentinel class cutters are able to deploy independently to conduct the service's missions such as port, waterway and coastal security; fishery patrols; drug and illegal immigrant law enforcement; search and rescue; and national defense operations. The 154-foot Sentinel class is a key component of the Coast Guard's recapitalized fleet and is critically needed to replace the aging...

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USS Scout (MCM-8)

USS Scout (MCM-8)

Scout was laid down on 8 June 1987 at Peterson Builders in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Launched on 20 May 1989, she was commissioned on 15 December 1990. The Avenger-class ships were designed to have very low acoustic and magnetic signatures to avoid detonating mines. While most modern warships have steel hulls, the Avengers have wooden hulls with an external coating of fiberglass. They are...

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USS Tulsa (LCS 16)

USS Tulsa (LCS 16)

Tulsa was constructed by Austal USA in Mobile, Alabama. A keel laying ceremony, which usually signifies the startìng of ship construction, was held at the Austal shipyards in Mobile on 11 January 2016, but because the ship was assembled from prefabricated modules, Tulsa was already 60 percent complete at the time. Kathy Taylor, former mayor of Tulsa, served as ship's sponsor. Tulsa was...

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USS Spruance (DDG 111)

USS Spruance (DDG 111)

USS Spruance (DDG 111) "Launch the Attack" MOTTO "Launch the Attack" is the succinct but powerful order ADM Spruance issued to his staff when the first of four Japanese aircraft carriers were located on the morning of the Battle of Midway on June 4th, 1942. ADM Spruance was a tactical genius whose advanced planning, forethought, and general guidance to his staff, combined with complete trust in...

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USS Comstock (LSD 45)

USS Comstock (LSD 45)

USS Comstock (LSD 45) "Teamwork - Drive - Courage" USS COMSTOCK (LSD 45) is the second ship to be named after the Comstock Lode, an early American pioneer mining site near Virginia City, Nevada. The Comstock Lode, founded in 1859, has become indelible in the history of our American West; it produced more than $500,000,000 in gold and silver. Equally important as the riches the mineproduced, were...

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Presenting Sponsors

Supporting Sponsors

Chevrolet

Howard & Marilyn Levine Foundation

Greens Hill Memorial Park

Navy Federal Credit Union

Valero

CTS Cement / Rapid Set

Paramount

Phillips 66

AltaSea

Cabrillo Way Marina

Business Contingency Group

Crowne Plaza

County of Los Angeles Supervisor Janice Hahn

Pacific Harbor Line