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Nuku Hiva sõdalane / Nuku Hivan warrior

Nuku Hiva sõdalane / Nuku Hivan warrior

Estonia tallinn europe, architecture buildings.

Estonia tallinn europe, architecture buildings.

Estonia sauna beach, travel vacation.

Estonia sauna beach, travel vacation.

Estonia haapsalu ruin, architecture buildings.

Estonia haapsalu ruin, architecture buildings.

Estonia tallinn building, architecture buildings.

Estonia tallinn building, architecture buildings.

Estonia sauna baltic sea, travel vacation.

Estonia sauna baltic sea, travel vacation.

Estonia haapsalu railway, architecture buildings.

Estonia haapsalu railway, architecture buildings.

Kuressaare park estonia.

Kuressaare park estonia.

Estonia tallinn europe, architecture buildings.

Estonia tallinn europe, architecture buildings.

House structure residence, architecture buildings.

House structure residence, architecture buildings.

Estonia tallinn europe, architecture buildings.

Estonia tallinn europe, architecture buildings.

Gate castle kuressaare, architecture buildings.

Gate castle kuressaare, architecture buildings.

Bike bicycle cycle, transportation traffic.

Bike bicycle cycle, transportation traffic.

Door goal home, architecture buildings.

Door goal home, architecture buildings.

Estonia old town europe, architecture buildings.

Estonia old town europe, architecture buildings.

Grupp jaapanlasi / A group of Japanese

Grupp jaapanlasi / A group of Japanese

Taiohae laht Nuku Hiva saarel Polüneesias / The Taiohae Bay on the island of Nuku Hiva in Polynesia

Taiohae laht Nuku Hiva saarel Polüneesias / The Taiohae Bay on the island of Nuku Hiva in Polynesia

Jaapani püttsepa tööriistad / A Japanese cooper’s tools

Jaapani püttsepa tööriistad / A Japanese cooper’s tools

Jaapani laevad / Japanese boats

Jaapani laevad / Japanese boats

Nuku Hiva sõdalane / Nuku Hivan warrior

Nuku Hiva sõdalane / Nuku Hivan warrior

Ettevalmistused sõiduks Umegasakisse / Preparations for the trip to Umegasaki

Ettevalmistused sõiduks Umegasakisse / Preparations for the trip to Umegasaki

Elamud Nuku Hiva saarel / Houses on Nuku Hiva

Elamud Nuku Hiva saarel / Houses on Nuku Hiva

Jaapani tõlk Tamohatschira / Japanese translator Tamohatschira

Jaapani tõlk Tamohatschira / Japanese translator Tamohatschira

Jaapani ametnik / A Japanese official

Jaapani ametnik / A Japanese official

Santa Cruz de Anhatomirim

Santa Cruz de Anhatomirim

„Liberty men“ saabuvad Kantonist / „Liberty men“ returning from Canton

„Liberty men“ saabuvad Kantonist / „Liberty men“ returning from Canton

Bugyo hommikusöök / A bugyo’s breakfast

Bugyo hommikusöök / A bugyo’s breakfast

Jaapani ülemtõlk Skiseima / Japanese principal translator Skiseima

Jaapani ülemtõlk Skiseima / Japanese principal translator Skiseima

Kaks Hispaania sõdurit / Two Spanish soldiers

Kaks Hispaania sõdurit / Two Spanish soldiers

Petropavlovski sadam Kamtšatka poolsaarel / The harbor of Petropavlovsk on the Kamchatka Peninsula

Petropavlovski sadam Kamtšatka poolsaarel / The harbor of Petropavlovsk on the Kamchatka Peninsula

Suitsetav ainu mees / An Ainu man smoking

Suitsetav ainu mees / An Ainu man smoking

Nuku Hiva hõimupealik Keatonui / Nuku Hivan tribal chief Keatonui

Nuku Hiva hõimupealik Keatonui / Nuku Hivan tribal chief Keatonui

Vana ja sõbralik bugyo / An old friendly bugyo

Vana ja sõbralik bugyo / An old friendly bugyo

Hooned neemel Petropavlovsk-Kamtšatski sadamas / Buildings on a tongue of land at the harbor of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

Hooned neemel Petropavlovsk-Kamtšatski sadamas / Buildings on a tongue of land at the harbor of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

Lipud ja vimplid jaapani laevadelt / Flags and pennants from Japanese boats

Lipud ja vimplid jaapani laevadelt / Flags and pennants from Japanese boats

Värske vee varumine / Collecting fresh water

Värske vee varumine / Collecting fresh water

Jaapani tõlgid / Japanese translators

Jaapani tõlgid / Japanese translators

Maabumiskoht Nuku Hival / The landing spot on Nuku Hiva

Maabumiskoht Nuku Hival / The landing spot on Nuku Hiva

German troops in Narwa. German artillery shooting at a Bolshevik robber band which is departing in an armored train. March 28, 1918

German troops in Narwa. German artillery shooting at a Bolshevik robber band which is departing in an armored train. March 28, 1918

Farmhouse with a Stove

Farmhouse with a Stove

Estonian S.S.R.

Estonian S.S.R.

Estonia.

Estonia.

Estonia.

Estonia.

Dis-information / Valtman '92.

Dis-information / Valtman '92.

Policemen attempt to control the throng assembled at the gangway of the guided missile frigate USS HAWES (FFG-53). The HAWES also visited ports in Estonia and Lithuania after participating in BALTOPS '92. This was the first visit to these countries by a U.S. ship since 1924

Policemen attempt to control the throng assembled at the gangway of the guided missile frigate USS HAWES (FFG-53). The HAWES also visited ports in Estonia and Lithuania after participating in BALTOPS '92. This was the first visit to these countries by a U.S. ship since 1924

A member of the quarterdeck watch on the guided missile frigate USS HAWES (FFG-53) gives a boy a lollipop before he leaves the ship. The HAWES also visited ports in Estonia and Lithuania after participating in BALTOPS '92. This was the first visit to these countries by a U.S. ship since 1924

A member of the quarterdeck watch on the guided missile frigate USS HAWES (FFG-53) gives a boy a lollipop before he leaves the ship. The HAWES also visited ports in Estonia and Lithuania after participating in BALTOPS '92. This was the first visit to these countries by a U.S. ship since 1924

An honor guard from the guided missile frigate USS HAWES (FFG-53) departs after placing a memorial wreath at the Freedom Shrine. The HAWES also visited ports in Estonia and Latvia after participating in BALTOPS '92. This was the first visit to these countries by a U.S. ship since 1924

An honor guard from the guided missile frigate USS HAWES (FFG-53) departs after placing a memorial wreath at the Freedom Shrine. The HAWES also visited ports in Estonia and Latvia after participating in BALTOPS '92. This was the first visit to these countries by a U.S. ship since 1924

U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen tour the city during a port visit by the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) at the conclusion of exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen tour the city during a port visit by the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) at the conclusion of exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Officers from the 14 nations taking part in exercise BALTOPS '93 pose for a photograph during a press conference at the Flag Officer Denmark Headquarters. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Officers from the 14 nations taking part in exercise BALTOPS '93 pose for a photograph during a press conference at the Flag Officer Denmark Headquarters. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port bow view of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port bow view of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A sailor speaks to a local Boy Scout group touring the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A sailor speaks to a local Boy Scout group touring the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A Polish PZL Swidnik W-3 Sokol helicopter hoists a swimmer out of the water while conducting a search and rescue demonstration during exercise BALTOPS '93. The guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (DDG-39) is in the background. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A Polish PZL Swidnik W-3 Sokol helicopter hoists a swimmer out of the water while conducting a search and rescue demonstration during exercise BALTOPS '93. The guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (DDG-39) is in the background. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A crewman from the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) examines a bulletin board aboard the Russian navy Krivak class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS '93. The crewman is taking part in an exchange of observers and crewmen between the two ships. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A crewman from the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) examines a bulletin board aboard the Russian navy Krivak class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS '93. The crewman is taking part in an exchange of observers and crewmen between the two ships. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A bow view of a Lithuanian navy Grisha class frigate underway during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A bow view of a Lithuanian navy Grisha class frigate underway during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A starboard beam view of the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. The Russian Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY is in the background. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A starboard beam view of the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. The Russian Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY is in the background. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A port bow view of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port bow view of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Damage Controlman 2nd Class Ronald J. Mosholder and Machinery Repairman 2nd Class Anthony Simpson pose for a photo with a German sailor in front of the Vytautas Catholic Church while on liberty from the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Damage Controlman 2nd Class Ronald J. Mosholder and Machinery Repairman 2nd Class Anthony Simpson pose for a photo with a German sailor in front of the Vytautas Catholic Church while on liberty from the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

CMDR. George Schaeffer III, commanding officer of the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39), greets a Lithuanian naval officer pier prior to a reception aboard the DOYLE at the conclusion of exercise BALTOPS '93. U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania Darryl Johnson is at left. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

CMDR. George Schaeffer III, commanding officer of the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39), greets a Lithuanian naval officer pier prior to a reception aboard the DOYLE at the conclusion of exercise BALTOPS '93. U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania Darryl Johnson is at left. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port bow view of the Russian navy-Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY underway in formation with the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) and three German fast attack craft during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A port bow view of the Russian navy-Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY underway in formation with the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) and three German fast attack craft during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A sailor climbs into a survival raft floating alongside the Polish salvage ship PIAST (281) as part of a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A sailor climbs into a survival raft floating alongside the Polish salvage ship PIAST (281) as part of a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A sailor shows the cockpit of a helicopter to visitors touring the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) tour the city during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A sailor shows the cockpit of a helicopter to visitors touring the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) tour the city during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Operations SPECIALIST SEAMAN Wayne J. Ehret, left, and Operations SPECIALIST 3rd Class Christopher A. Zukowski, right, examine a street vendor's merchandise while on liberty from the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Operations SPECIALIST SEAMAN Wayne J. Ehret, left, and Operations SPECIALIST 3rd Class Christopher A. Zukowski, right, examine a street vendor's merchandise while on liberty from the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A port bow view of a Lithuanian navy Grisha class frigate during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port bow view of a Lithuanian navy Grisha class frigate during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crew members aboard the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY watch a Danish navy Lynx helicopter fly past their ship during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Crew members aboard the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY watch a Danish navy Lynx helicopter fly past their ship during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A starboard bow view of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS. Behind BDITELNY is the German frigate FGS KARLSRUHE (F-212). For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A starboard bow view of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS. Behind BDITELNY is the German frigate FGS KARLSRUHE (F-212). For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port bow view of a Lithuanian navy Grisha class frigate during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port bow view of a Lithuanian navy Grisha class frigate during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A starboard quarter view of a Lithuanian Grisha class frigate underway during BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A starboard quarter view of a Lithuanian Grisha class frigate underway during BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port beam view of the Polish navy salvage ship PIAST (281) underway during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port beam view of the Polish navy salvage ship PIAST (281) underway during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen tour the city during a port visit by the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) at the conclusion of exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen tour the city during a port visit by the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) at the conclusion of exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

As part of a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93, sailors in a rigid-hull inflatable boat approach a survival raft as it floats alongside the Polish salvage ship PIAST (281). For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

As part of a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93, sailors in a rigid-hull inflatable boat approach a survival raft as it floats alongside the Polish salvage ship PIAST (281). For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crew members man the rails as the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) arrives for a port visit during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crew members man the rails as the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) arrives for a port visit during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

CAPT. W. scott Slocum, right, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and exercise commander for BALTOPS '93, speaks with a Russian naval officer. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

CAPT. W. scott Slocum, right, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and exercise commander for BALTOPS '93, speaks with a Russian naval officer. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

LT. Bill McQuilkin talks to a group of local Boy Scouts who are touring the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

LT. Bill McQuilkin talks to a group of local Boy Scouts who are touring the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A Polish PZL Swidnik W-3 Sokol helicopter hoists a swimmer out of the water while conducting a search and rescue demonstration during exercise BALTOPS '93. The guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (DDG-39) is in the background. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A Polish PZL Swidnik W-3 Sokol helicopter hoists a swimmer out of the water while conducting a search and rescue demonstration during exercise BALTOPS '93. The guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (DDG-39) is in the background. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A U.S. Naval Academy midshipman examine a street vendor's merchandise while on liberty from the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A U.S. Naval Academy midshipman examine a street vendor's merchandise while on liberty from the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A port beam view of ships underway during exercise BALTOPS '93. In the foreground is the Swedish navy minelayer ALVSBORG (M-02), in the center is the German navy frigate FGS KARLSRUHE (F-212), on the right is the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) and on the left is the Russian Krivak 1 class frigate BDITELNY. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A port beam view of ships underway during exercise BALTOPS '93. In the foreground is the Swedish navy minelayer ALVSBORG (M-02), in the center is the German navy frigate FGS KARLSRUHE (F-212), on the right is the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) and on the left is the Russian Krivak 1 class frigate BDITELNY. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Midshipman 1ST Class Michael Nelms, center, serves as an interpreter between a crew member of the USS DEYO (DD-989) and Russian sailors who are visiting the destroyer during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Midshipman 1ST Class Michael Nelms, center, serves as an interpreter between a crew member of the USS DEYO (DD-989) and Russian sailors who are visiting the destroyer during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Midshipman 1ST Class Michael Nelms serves as an interpreter for U.S. sailors from the USS DEYO (DD-989) visiting the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY while taking part in an exchange of observers and crewmen during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Midshipman 1ST Class Michael Nelms serves as an interpreter for U.S. sailors from the USS DEYO (DD-989) visiting the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY while taking part in an exchange of observers and crewmen during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

CAPT. W. Scott Slocum, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and commander of exercise BALTOPS '93, tours the bridge of the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) with Russian Rear Adm. W.P. Comoyedoff, chief of the Baltic Squadron. DEYO is serving as Slocum's exercise flagship. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

CAPT. W. Scott Slocum, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and commander of exercise BALTOPS '93, tours the bridge of the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) with Russian Rear Adm. W.P. Comoyedoff, chief of the Baltic Squadron. DEYO is serving as Slocum's exercise flagship. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Captain W. Scott Slocum, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and exercise commander for BALTOPS '93, addresses representatives from the 14 nations participating in the exercise. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Captain W. Scott Slocum, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and exercise commander for BALTOPS '93, addresses representatives from the 14 nations participating in the exercise. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

U.S. Navy chief petty officers host Russian navy chief petty officers at a reception aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

U.S. Navy chief petty officers host Russian navy chief petty officers at a reception aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Crew members man the rails as the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) arrives for a port visit during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crew members man the rails as the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) arrives for a port visit during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Sailors from the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY climb aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) from a rigid-hull inflatable boat as part of an exchange of observers and crewmen during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Sailors from the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY climb aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) from a rigid-hull inflatable boat as part of an exchange of observers and crewmen during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Midshipman 1ST Class Michael Nelms tours the bridge of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY while participating in an exchange of observers and crewmen between the Russian ship and the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Midshipman 1ST Class Michael Nelms tours the bridge of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY while participating in an exchange of observers and crewmen between the Russian ship and the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A starboard bow view of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A starboard bow view of the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A Polish PZL Swidnik W-3 Sokol helicopter moves in to make an at-sea rescue while conducting a search and rescue demonstration during exercise BALTOPS '93. The guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (DDG-39) is in the background. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A Polish PZL Swidnik W-3 Sokol helicopter moves in to make an at-sea rescue while conducting a search and rescue demonstration during exercise BALTOPS '93. The guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (DDG-39) is in the background. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crew members man the rail of the USS DOYLE (FFG-39) as the guided missile frigate arrives for a port visit during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crew members man the rail of the USS DOYLE (FFG-39) as the guided missile frigate arrives for a port visit during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Polish and U.S. Navy personnel, along with various civilians, meet in the wardroom of the Polish salvage ship PIAST (281) at the conclusion of a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Polish and U.S. Navy personnel, along with various civilians, meet in the wardroom of the Polish salvage ship PIAST (281) at the conclusion of a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

CMDR. George Schaeffer III, commanding officer of the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39), talks with U.S. ambassador to Lithuania Darryl Johnson and his wife during a reception aboard the DOYLE at the conclusion of exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

CMDR. George Schaeffer III, commanding officer of the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39), talks with U.S. ambassador to Lithuania Darryl Johnson and his wife during a reception aboard the DOYLE at the conclusion of exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crewmen watch as a Polish Mi-14PS Haze-C helicopter approaches the Polish salvage ship PIASR (281) while participating in a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crewmen watch as a Polish Mi-14PS Haze-C helicopter approaches the Polish salvage ship PIASR (281) while participating in a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

CMDR. Nathan Jones, a U.S. Navy public affairs officer, poses with Russian navy chief petty officers during a reception aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989). DEYO chiefs invited chiefs from other nations participating in Exercise BALTOPS '93 to attend the reception. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

CMDR. Nathan Jones, a U.S. Navy public affairs officer, poses with Russian navy chief petty officers during a reception aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989). DEYO chiefs invited chiefs from other nations participating in Exercise BALTOPS '93 to attend the reception. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

CAPT. W. Scott Slocum, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and commander of exercise BALTOPS '93, tours an engineering space aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) with Russian Rear Adm. W.P. Comoyedoff, chief of the Baltic Squadron. DEYO is serving as Slocum's exercise flagship. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

CAPT. W. Scott Slocum, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and commander of exercise BALTOPS '93, tours an engineering space aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) with Russian Rear Adm. W.P. Comoyedoff, chief of the Baltic Squadron. DEYO is serving as Slocum's exercise flagship. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

CAPT. W. Scott Slocum, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and exercise commander for BALTOPS '93, makes a toast with Russian Rear Adm. W. P. Comoyedoff, chief of the Baltic Squadron, during a reception aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989). For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

CAPT. W. Scott Slocum, Commander Destroyer Squadron 26 and exercise commander for BALTOPS '93, makes a toast with Russian Rear Adm. W. P. Comoyedoff, chief of the Baltic Squadron, during a reception aboard the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989). For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crew members from the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) tour the city during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

Crew members from the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) tour the city during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

As part of a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93, sailors in a rigid-hull inflatable boat approach a survival raft as it floats alongside the Polish salvage ship PIAST (281). For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

As part of a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93, sailors in a rigid-hull inflatable boat approach a survival raft as it floats alongside the Polish salvage ship PIAST (281). For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A Polish Mi-14PS Haze-C helicopter approaches the Polish salvage ship PIASR (281) while participating in a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A Polish Mi-14PS Haze-C helicopter approaches the Polish salvage ship PIASR (281) while participating in a search and rescue demonstration by the Polish navy during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise

A sailor shows visitors the cockpit of a helicopter aboard the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

A sailor shows visitors the cockpit of a helicopter aboard the guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

An officer from the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) climbs into a motor whaleboat for transport to the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY as part of an exchange of observers and crewmen during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

An officer from the destroyer USS DEYO (DD-989) climbs into a motor whaleboat for transport to the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY as part of an exchange of observers and crewmen during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Midshipman 1ST Class Michael Nelms serves as an interpreter for USS DEYO (DD-989) sailors visiting the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY as part of an exchange of observers and crewmen during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

Midshipman 1ST Class Michael Nelms serves as an interpreter for USS DEYO (DD-989) sailors visiting the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY as part of an exchange of observers and crewmen during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

The guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) maneuvers with the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY, right background, and the Germany navy frigate FGS KARLSRUHE (F-212), left background, during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander

The guided missile frigate USS DOYLE (FFG-39) maneuvers with the Russian navy Krivak I class frigate BDITELNY, right background, and the Germany navy frigate FGS KARLSRUHE (F-212), left background, during exercise BALTOPS '93. For the first time in the 22-year history of BALTOPS, the Eastern European countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia were invited to participate in the non-military phases of the exercise. DEYO is serving as flagship for the exercise commander