USS Carl Vinson Carrier Arrival on Guam

The USS Carl Vinson visited Guam from February 10 – 14, 2017. Cabras Marine Corporation (CMC) supported the strike group during inbound and outbound moves. CMC’s Marine Operation Division provided Pilot & Tug services for the strike group’s safe navigation within our beautiful harbor led by Capt. Edgar Jabinigay, CMC’s Chief Pilot and Marine Ops GM who coordinated this 4-Tug effort (inbound & outbound) along with the hardworking and dedicated crew below:

Quipuha Crew – Neil Mian (Captain), Buenaventura Montevirgen (Engineer), with AB’s Felix Aladad and Eme Lloyd Lamparero.

Talofofo Crew – Romeo Arbilo (Captain), Ronald Oplado (Engineer), and Ricardo Blas (Deckhand)

Mangilao – Dante Geolingo (Captain), Fermin Biliran (Engineer), with Deckhands Jerry Porras and Enrico Tolentino

Goliath – Nick Chargualaf (Captain), Larry Austria (Engineer), and Dionisio Fajardo (Deckhand)

050221-N-7293M-033 Santa Rita, Guam (21 Feb 2005) – The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) approaches Kilo Wharf in Apra Harbor, Guam. The Carl Vinson is making a port call on Naval Base Guam during an around-the-world cruise that will see it change its homeport from Bremerton, Washington, to Norfolk, Virginia. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Nathanael T. Miller.

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