Eye on the Fleet

080416-N-1226D-137 POINT LOMA, Calif. (April 16, 2008) Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Keith Davis kisses his wife Angie Davis during a homecoming for the Los Angels class fast-attack submarine USS Topeka (SSN 754) returning after a six-month deployment in the western Pacific. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Omar A. Dominquez (Released)

I’m guessing this was the First Kiss Winner?? What do you think?

I also want to say it was raining here today…..and a bit dreary. That San Diego blue sky sure looks wonderful! Someone was just asking a question about how to get those leis for the sail….anyone have any ideas??

2 Responses

  1. when our hubby’s came home, we tied plastic sacks toa rope to make a lei for the boat’s sail. i wasn’t in on the actual process, but heard that’s how the gals made it. also, if wouldn’t hurt to ask around the waterfront … another boat/frg may have one that they use repeatedly that they’d be willing to lend. hope that helps ya!

  2. We made a lei for the bow of the ship… the ship provided the rope and we bought red, white and blue garbage bags. It was a job, but we had a ton of fun making it!

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