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Members of the Pa Ku�a Lua perform a traditional Hawaiian Haka during the arrival ceremony for the Virginia-class attack submarine USS Hawaii (SSN 776)

Members of the Pa Ku�a Lua perform a traditional Hawaiian Haka during the arrival ceremony for the Virginia-class attack submarine USS Hawaii (SSN 776)

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PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (Jul. 23, 2009) Members of the Pa Kua Lua perform a traditional Hawaiian Haka during the arrival ceremony for the Virginia-class attack submarine USS Hawaii (SSN 776). Hawaii is the third Virginia-class submarine constructed and the first submarine to bear the name of the Aloha state. Measuring 377 feet long, weighing 7,800 tons when submerged and with a crew of more than 130, Hawaii is capable of supporting a multitude of missions, including anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface ship warfare, strike, naval special warfare involving special operations forces, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, irregular warfare, and mine warfare. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Michael Hight) File# 090723-N-5476H-502

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23/07/2009 - 23/07/2009
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PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii
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U.S. NAVY
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