USS Minnesota gets a warm welcome home in Groton
Corpsman Zac Camechis, a crew member aboard the Virginia-Class, nuclear powered, fast-attack submarine, USS Minnesota (SSN 783), receives a warm welcome home from one of his four sons, Weston, left, 7, of Groton, as the Minnesota returns to its homeport of the Naval Submarine Base, New London, in Groton on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. The submarine is returning from a 6-month deployment.
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