USS City of Corpus Christi Visits Yokosuka

Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS City of Corpus Christi (SSN 705) arrived at Fleet Activities Yokosuka Jan. 11 as part of its Indo-Asia-Pacific deployment.

City of Corpus Christi has conducted a multitude of missions and maintains proficiency in the latest capabilities of the submarine fleet.

“Every Westpac (Western Pacific) submariner expects to come here at some point during their time in the theater, and it is always a much anticipated visit,” said Cmdr. Travis Petzoldt, commanding officer.

“It is great to meet the hardworking staff of Submarine Group 7 and thank them for their outstanding support during our deployment,” Travis said. “Further, I know we will also receive a very warm and sincere welcome from our friends and allies in the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force.”

This visit will be the final foreign port visit for City of Corpus Christi as the boat wraps up its final deployment.

“This port is a first for many of the men on my crew and I know they are in for a real treat!” said Master Chief Machinist Mate Richard Magee, chief of the boat. “We have been out doing important work since our last visit and we are ready for a much needed break.”

USS City of Corpus Christi (SSN 705) is capable of supporting a multitude of missions, including anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface ship warfare, strike, surveillance and reconnaissance.

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