The U.S. Navy’s USNS Spearhead (T-EFTP 1), crewed by civilian mariners from Military Sealift Command, returns to the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story in Norfolk, Virginia looking a little rough around the edges but all-in-all in pretty good shape. The return marks the completion of a five-month deployment in support of Africa Partnership Station 2016.
Perhaps someone can educate us as to why the ship is turning green by commenting on social media.
Here’s is the January 2016 towards the beginning of the deployment:
Now here’s the ship pictured in Honduras in September 2014 looking even more green:
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