Greater Chattanooga Council Adopts USS Tennessee

July 2004
Sea Power;Jul2004, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p51
Highlights the quarterly meeting of the Greater Chattanooga Council in Tennessee held April 20, 2004. Formal adoption of the Ohio-class ballistic-missile submarines USS Tennessee; Acceptance of the adoption certificate on behalf of the Tennessee by the ship's commanding officer Cmdr. John A. Stewart.


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