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HOME PORT. The port where the owner of a ship resides; this is a relative term.

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The BIW-BAE Systems team has previously performed four PSAs for Arleigh Burke-class destroyers homeported in Norfolk and two PSAs for destroyers homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
He will serve aboard USS Port Royal (CG 73), homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
The 570-foot-long ship was commissioned in September 1967 and is homeported in San Diego.
An intelligence officer, he has served in a variety of afloat and ashore assignments throughout the Pacific and most recently was the intelligence officer on the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier strike group, which is homeported in Japan.
Mercy, homeported in San Diego, surge deployed on Jan.
Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command to support Mine Countermeasures (MCM) Class Ships homeported in Ingleside, Texas and forward deployed to Bahrain and Japan.
With the deployment of the Carnival Fascination - the newest and largest ship ever homeported in Jacksonville on a year-round basis - Carnival is expected to carry 170,000 guests annually from JAXPORT.
Since O'Kane is a Pearl Harbor homeported ship, they rely heavily on FISC to provide integrated logistics support in the areas of Material Management, Terminal Services, Contracting, Fuels, Personal Property and Mail.
These availabilities were tentatively scheduled for the Company's fiscal years 2006 and 2007 but given the option nature of the contract and the previous deactivation or reassignment of the three other AOE's homeported in Puget Sound, the Company had expected this decision by the Navy.
9 million modification to a previously awarded contract to perform Post Shakedown Availability (PSA) maintenance, repair and upgrade work for two Arleigh Burke- class Aegis destroyers homeported in Norfolk, Va.
As the Leading Petty Officer in FISC's Shipyard Supply Department, SK1 Taal has a vital role in ensuring the material and combat readiness of Pearl Harbor's 29 homeported ships and submarines.
NAVSEA, the contracting facility, awarded the contract for work on 10 Arleigh Burke-class destroyers homeported in Norfolk.