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Change of Command

July 23, 2011

The Delaware II was "dressed" for the traditional Change of Command Ceremony July 22, 2011 shortly after arriving in port earlier that day between legs of the surfclam and ocean quahog survey.

Photo credit: Shelley Dawicki, NOAA

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