US Navy Commissions LCS Crew 106

The littoral combat ship (LCS) rotational crew commissioning ceremony for Crew 106 was held at Mariner’s Park on board Naval Base San Diego, July 2.

The ceremony for the “Makos” of Crew 106 opened with the announcement of the newly commissioned crew and its plans for the future as part of the Navy’s littoral combat ship program.

In the weeks and months leading up to the ceremony, LCS Crew 106 Sailors spent long days becoming qualified through training and various professional schools in order to prepare for their duties as a rotational LCS crew.

Several Sailors received awards and recognition during the ceremony for their performance throughout the establishment process.

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