Full list of Navy ships being sent to Haiti

[/caption] I put together a list of Navy vessels being sent to Haiti.  Quite an armada. USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) USS Bataan (LHD 5) USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43) USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) USS Underwood (FFG 36) USS Kearsarge USNS Comfort (T-AH-20) USS Higgins (DDG-76) USS Normany (CG-60) USCG Forward USCG Valiant USCG Mohawk USCG Tahoma [caption id="attachment_2721" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Damage to the ports in Haiti"][/caption] Canadian Navy HMCS Athabaskan HMCS Halifax]]>

44 thoughts on “Full list of Navy ships being sent to Haiti”

  1. I just heard the USS Grasp is on it’s way to Port au Prince to help clear the harbor.
    Has the USNS Comfort been removed from public tracking by satellite?
    Douglas….Los Angeles

  2. I just heard the USS Grasp is on it’s way to Port au Prince to help clear the harbor.
    Has the USNS Comfort been removed from public tracking by satellite?
    Douglas….Los Angeles

  3. I just heard the USS Grasp is on it’s way to Port au Prince to help clear the harbor.
    Has the USNS Comfort been removed from public tracking by satellite?
    Douglas….Los Angeles

  4. I just heard the USS Grasp is on it’s way to Port au Prince to help clear the harbor.
    Has the USNS Comfort been removed from public tracking by satellite?
    Douglas….Los Angeles

  5. You Missed the Uss Bunkerhill, out of sandiego. They have been there days already making fresh water and providing needed assistance.

  6. You Missed the Uss Bunkerhill, out of sandiego. They have been there days already making fresh water and providing needed assistance.

  7. You Missed the Uss Bunkerhill, out of sandiego. They have been there days already making fresh water and providing needed assistance.

  8. You Missed the Uss Bunkerhill, out of sandiego. They have been there days already making fresh water and providing needed assistance.

  9. Here is the list of the ships from the Navy as of 1/20/10
    Carl Vinson,
    USS Normandy (CG 60),
    USS Bunker Hill (CG 52),
    USS Higgins (DDG 76),
    USS Underwood (FFG 36),
    USNS Grasp (T-ARS 51),
    USNS Big Horn (T-AO-198) and the
    USS Bataan (LHD 5) Amphibious Ready Group (ARG). Bataan ARG consists of the embarked 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard Bataan,
    USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43),
    USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) and
    USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44).

  10. Here is the list of the ships from the Navy as of 1/20/10
    Carl Vinson,
    USS Normandy (CG 60),
    USS Bunker Hill (CG 52),
    USS Higgins (DDG 76),
    USS Underwood (FFG 36),
    USNS Grasp (T-ARS 51),
    USNS Big Horn (T-AO-198) and the
    USS Bataan (LHD 5) Amphibious Ready Group (ARG). Bataan ARG consists of the embarked 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard Bataan,
    USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43),
    USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) and
    USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44).

  11. USS Nassau and two amphibious dock ships – the Mesa Verde and the Ashland are now on their way to Haiti. [They were on their way to the Middle East but were diverted.]
    This was announced today Jan 20, from Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base.

  12. USS Nassau and two amphibious dock ships – the Mesa Verde and the Ashland are now on their way to Haiti. [They were on their way to the Middle East but were diverted.]
    This was announced today Jan 20, from Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base.

  13. USS Nassau and two amphibious dock ships – the Mesa Verde and the Ashland are now on their way to Haiti. [They were on their way to the Middle East but were diverted.]
    This was announced today Jan 20, from Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base.

  14. USS Nassau and two amphibious dock ships – the Mesa Verde and the Ashland are now on their way to Haiti. [They were on their way to the Middle East but were diverted.]
    This was announced today Jan 20, from Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base.

  15. Scheduled for Haiti the following:
    Two Newport News-based crane ships, Gopher State and Cornhusker State. They can load and unload cargo in ports where facilities are damaged.
    The SS Cape May, a sea barge clipper class based in Norfolk. It carries large objects, such as 110-foot U.S. Coast Guard boats and 90-foot long causeways.
    Also in Norfolk for Haiti is the Huakai, a high-speed ferry owned by MARAD. Also, the OPDS Petersburg, and an oil tanker based in California, is scheduled.

  16. Scheduled for Haiti the following:
    Two Newport News-based crane ships, Gopher State and Cornhusker State. They can load and unload cargo in ports where facilities are damaged.
    The SS Cape May, a sea barge clipper class based in Norfolk. It carries large objects, such as 110-foot U.S. Coast Guard boats and 90-foot long causeways.
    Also in Norfolk for Haiti is the Huakai, a high-speed ferry owned by MARAD. Also, the OPDS Petersburg, and an oil tanker based in California, is scheduled.

  17. Scheduled for Haiti the following:
    Two Newport News-based crane ships, Gopher State and Cornhusker State. They can load and unload cargo in ports where facilities are damaged.
    The SS Cape May, a sea barge clipper class based in Norfolk. It carries large objects, such as 110-foot U.S. Coast Guard boats and 90-foot long causeways.
    Also in Norfolk for Haiti is the Huakai, a high-speed ferry owned by MARAD. Also, the OPDS Petersburg, and an oil tanker based in California, is scheduled.

  18. Scheduled for Haiti the following:
    Two Newport News-based crane ships, Gopher State and Cornhusker State. They can load and unload cargo in ports where facilities are damaged.
    The SS Cape May, a sea barge clipper class based in Norfolk. It carries large objects, such as 110-foot U.S. Coast Guard boats and 90-foot long causeways.
    Also in Norfolk for Haiti is the Huakai, a high-speed ferry owned by MARAD. Also, the OPDS Petersburg, and an oil tanker based in California, is scheduled.

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