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Puget Sound Naval Shipyard PSNS

PSNS was originally established in 1891 as a Naval Station and was designated Navy Yard Puget Sound in 1901.,PSNS and the Naval Intermediate Maintenance Facility consolidated into one maintenance activity, creating PSNS & IMF.

Location: Bremerton, WA
Veterans: 9
Latest Activity: Jan 25, 2019

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Comment by peter joseph bono on January 25, 2019 at 2:39pm

i was on the uss rabnger in the yards at bremerton wash during sept 1984 till april 1985 i got married in bremerton me and my filipina baby cynthia, we were ealking down main street one day and we saw the court house we went inside and got our marriage certificate and three days later we got married by judge billy jones and two witnesses on 09 aug 1984 great day after the wedding we went AND BOUGHT TWO ICE CREAM CONES AND WENT HOME AND MADE BABY CHRISTINA BORN 11 SEP 1985 GREATEST DAY OF MY LIFE.

Comment by Robert Bruce Brantner on February 20, 2018 at 4:21am

I finished my tour on the USS Holland AS-32 when she was in dry dock in 1974- 1975. I was Honorably Discharged June 23,1975 and went to work at PSNS the very next day. Had all my papers in and had been interviewed before I had even been discharged. Even had my Shipyard ID already taken so the next day I could go to work. Worked in the Metalurgy  Lab and the Foundry. Sorry that it closed in 1994. Happy that they made a historical site in 2017 and they are preserving it this year.

Comment by David Freeman on December 25, 2011 at 12:59pm

I also had a "tour" of the Long Beach in dry dock in 1976. It is interesting that it is the only place where one can not only walk all around a ship, under the keel and over the deck but also all the way around from bow, to port side, aft to starboard. It was kind of weird. I agree it is kind of creepy standing, well squatting under the keel of a heavy cruiser knowing the only thing keeping me from becoming a smear on the dry dock bottom is some wood blocks.

After "touring" Long Beach I kind of wanted to go under the Kitty Hawk which was also in the docks but didn't get the chance.

Comment by Steve Routh on December 5, 2011 at 4:13pm

We were in drydock on the Long Beach CGN-9. The thing that I'll never forget is being taken to the bottom of the dock and looking up at the bottom of the ship. That was one of the few times I ever really got nervous anyplace.

Comment by Martin George Gnandt on November 3, 2011 at 7:37pm
I was part of the SurgeMain team from NOSC Akron that supported the Shipyard.
Comment by Mark E Walton on October 27, 2011 at 9:04pm
The picture is of the Delta Pier at Sub Base Bangor, WA...I was stationed at TTF from 85 to 87 and at Bremerton on board the USS Carl Vinson 91/92.

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