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Contributed by Loren Dixon.
Inspecting the screws while in drydock at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 38k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. Preble in drydock at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 39k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. Seeing double?  Nope, on the left is USS Berkeley (DDG-15) and USS Preble (DLG-15) on the right. Preble would later become DDG-46 (in 1975). Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 39k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. LTJG Dunn and BM3 Lancaster ferrying shipmates ashore for liberty in Shimoda, Japan. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 33k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. A pollywog in his natural state.  Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 73k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. A pollywog kissing the Royal Baby's belly.  Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 50k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. A pollywog looking out of the coffin. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 50k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. The Royal Butt-kit. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 40k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. Vying for the title of Royal Princess at the Beauty Contest.  Anybody want a date? Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 39k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. Trusty shellbacks supervising the pollywogs. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 47k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. The Royal Doctor medicating an ill pollywog. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 34k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. Pollywogs on the rack. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 72k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. A shellback and his paddle keep a pollywog in line. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 44k
Contributed by Loren Dixon. Arriving back home in Hawaii. Contributed by Loren Dixon. Photograph by Jim Eiben. 62k
Contributed by Mike Tillery. Sea & anchor detail during a tropical port visit.  The three in front are FTM3 Jack Verducci, FTM3 Bill Stopp, and FTM3 Paul Fulton. Just to the right of Paul's shoulder in the distance looking away is FTM1 Gary 'Willy' Williams. Not enough detail to identify anyone else. Contributed by Mike Tillery. 
Contributed by Scott Hornung. A picture from the stern of Bravo pier during Christmas.  From left to right are: USS Reeves (DLG-24), USS Davidson (DE-1045), and USS Keppler (DD-765). Contributed by Scott Hornung. 122k
Contributed by Scott Hornung. PREBLE through the palm trees - Christmas. Contributed by Scott Hornung. 116k
Contributed by Scott Hornung. Christmas 1971. Contributed by Scott Hornung. 109k
Contributed by Geoffrey Kiester. George Baker, Geoffrey Kiester, Eddie Wilson (peeking from behind), Arthur Coleman, and Kenneth Carter hanging out in 1st Div. berthing.  Contributed by Geoffrey Kiester. 112k
USS Preble, while on WestPac, as seen from the uss Hanson (DD-832). Contributed by USS Hanson crewmember Tim Worley. 101k

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