Recently I attended the 3rd annual reunion for the U.S.S. Dempsey DE-26 in Norfolk, VA. One of the activites was a tour of the Norfolk Naval Base and the U.S.S. Stump. Here are a few of the photographs I took on board the U.S.S. Stump.
The bridge of the U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
The "driver's seat" of the U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
A corridor lined with fire fighting equipment, U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
Damage Control Panel (left) and Fuel Systems Control Panel (right), Engine Room of the U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
Engine Control Panel, Engine Room of the U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
Engine Room of the U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
Looking down on the transmissions connecting the two (2) gas turbine engines to the screw shaft, U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
The screw shaft is visible in the middle of the upper portion of the photo with the two (2) white stripes on it.
Another shot of the transmission, U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
Again, the screw shaft is visible in the photo with the white stripes.
Engine side of the transmission, U.S.S. Stump, Gene Carlson Photo
The "box" to the right side of the photo houses the gas turbine engine.
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