Goodbye from Groton

Abigail Oelker, left, waves goodbye as Yulissa Lopez-Mongaya, center, takes a photo of her daughter Sophia, 3, while the Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS Colorado (SSN-788) travels through the Long Island Sound on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, at Eastern Point Beach in Groton. Both women have husbands who are assigned to the sub. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
Abigail Oelker, left, waves goodbye as Yulissa Lopez-Mongaya, center, takes a photo of her daughter Sophia, 3, while the Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS Colorado (SSN-788) travels through the Long Island Sound on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, at Eastern Point Beach in Groton. Both women have husbands who are assigned to the sub. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Groton — Abigail Oelker, left, waves goodbye as Yulissa Lopez-Mongaya, center, takes a photo of her daughter Sophia, 3, while the Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS Colorado (SSN-788) travels through the Long Island Sound, on Wednesday at Eastern Point Beach.

Both women have husbands who are assigned to the sub.

From left, Yulissa Lopez-Mongaya, her daughter Sophia, 3, and Abigail Oelker watch the Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS Colorado (SSN-788) as it travels through the Long Island Sound on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, at Eastern Point Beach in Groton. Both women have husbands who are assigned to the sub. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
From left, Yulissa Lopez-Mongaya, her daughter Sophia, 3, and Abigail Oelker watch the Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS Colorado (SSN-788) as it travels through the Long Island Sound on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, at Eastern Point Beach in Groton. Both women have husbands who are assigned to the sub. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

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