Without any filter from when I post things in reference to anything, especially SCUBA
Today for the first time I had gotten closer to the United States of America’s Navy vessels that I had seen before when going near the #Bremerton Naval Shipyard in 2015 when driving, and even closer than when I had walked near a fenced area when on the #Kitsap Naval Base in 2019. Today 10 June 2020 for the first time I walked along side of the pier next to the Kittyhawk naval vessel, which is within the same port as the USS #Nimitz, which I admit was a bit breathtaking. Both of those particular Navy ships are floating along the oceanic waters whereas the vessel I went to see when SCUBA Diving in August 2009 of the USS/USNS #Vandenberg is sunken into the waters of the ocean, which the view of which in person when #SCUBA Diving is different because of the aspects in reference to water distorting the view. Those who have gone SCUBA Diving and/or have a Marine Biology background and/or have experiences with the United States of America’s Armed Forces Coast Guard(#CG)/Marine Corps(#USMC)/Navy(#USN) branches specifically while not forgetting those of the Army and the Air Force which have been stations with and/or on such vessels and/or have much more available access to seeing such in person comparatively to myself; obviously would have known much sooner than I, of the roundabout size of the USS/USNS Vandenberg.