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North atlantic seas pound up a stir
North atlantic seas pound up a stir
Description: ATLANTIC OCEAN Nov. 6, 2007 Rough seas pound the hull of Military Sealift Command fast combat support ship USNS Arctic TAOE 8 as she sails alongside Nimitz class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman CVN 75 while preparing for a replenishment at sea. Truman is a part of Carrier Strike Group CSG 10 and is en route to the Central Command area of responsibility as part of the ongoing rotation to support maritime security operations in the region. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Joshua A. Moore

Date Taken: 11/20/2007
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City: north atlantic
*Camera: NIKON D2X
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State: maryland
Country: United States
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I just checked on line from the bow to water line is 36 feet now look how high this wave is hitting the ship. -- jodimiller
Jodi I think your wrong here. The waves are only about 5 to 6 feet if that. Your saying that the waves are over 36 feet no way. Ron was in the navy lets have him answer this one, which he should of by this time. -- karentoth
No matter I feel sea sick -- frosty
Jodi is about right on this one. That one wave is about 15-20 feet above deck, and that's about right for the North Atlantic for that time of year. But consider that the biggest factor is the resistance that ship is giving the wave, which is what's blowing the wave over the deck. Ex-Navy Mo -- moshar
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