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Everett welcomes home crew of USS Momsen (photos)

  • USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese of Marysville holds his four-month-old son Dusty for the first time. Wiese returned home on Thursday from a four month d...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese of Marysville holds his four-month-old son Dusty for the first time. Wiese returned home on Thursday from a four month deployment and was greeted by his wife, Rainbow, and his other two sons Alex and Cody.

  • Amaya McFadden, 8, of Everett, holds a sign as she waits on the dock at Naval Station Everett to greet her father, Alex March, who was returning on th...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Amaya McFadden, 8, of Everett, holds a sign as she waits on the dock at Naval Station Everett to greet her father, Alex March, who was returning on the Momsen.

  • Sailors stand on deck as the USS Momsen returns to Everett.

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Sailors stand on deck as the USS Momsen returns to Everett.

  • USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese is greeted by his son Alex as he disembarks the ship on Thursday after a four month deployment. Along with sons Alex and...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese is greeted by his son Alex as he disembarks the ship on Thursday after a four month deployment. Along with sons Alex and Cody, Wiese was greeted by his wife Rainbow and his four-month-old son Dusty, who he was seeing for the first time.

  • USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese of Marysville gets a kiss from his son Alex while his son Cody watches. Wiese returned home on Thursday after a four mon...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese of Marysville gets a kiss from his son Alex while his son Cody watches. Wiese returned home on Thursday after a four month deployment and was greeted by his wife Rainbow and his three sons that including 4-month-old Dusty who he was seeing for the first time.

  • Savannah Smith, 11, of Stanwood holds a sign as she waits on the dock at Navel Station Everett on Thursday to greet her father, Michael March, who was...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Savannah Smith, 11, of Stanwood holds a sign as she waits on the dock at Navel Station Everett on Thursday to greet her father, Michael March, who was returning on the USS Momsen from a four month deployment.

  • A sailor on the USS Momsen looks out onto the dock for family as the ship pulls into Navel Station Everett on Thursday after being on training maneuve...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    A sailor on the USS Momsen looks out onto the dock for family as the ship pulls into Navel Station Everett on Thursday after being on training maneuvers for four months.

  • Landon Blatchley, 6, of Poulsbo holds up a sign as he waits on the dock at Navel Station Everett on Thursday to greet his father, Kyle, who was return...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Landon Blatchley, 6, of Poulsbo holds up a sign as he waits on the dock at Navel Station Everett on Thursday to greet his father, Kyle, who was returning from a four month deployment on the USS Momsen.

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  • USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese of Marysville holds his four-month-old son Dusty for the first time. Wiese returned home on Thursday from a four month d...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese of Marysville holds his four-month-old son Dusty for the first time. Wiese returned home on Thursday from a four month deployment and was greeted by his wife, Rainbow, and his other two sons Alex and Cody.

  • Amaya McFadden, 8, of Everett, holds a sign as she waits on the dock at Naval Station Everett to greet her father, Alex March, who was returning on th...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Amaya McFadden, 8, of Everett, holds a sign as she waits on the dock at Naval Station Everett to greet her father, Alex March, who was returning on the Momsen.

  • Sailors stand on deck as the USS Momsen returns to Everett.

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Sailors stand on deck as the USS Momsen returns to Everett.

  • USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese is greeted by his son Alex as he disembarks the ship on Thursday after a four month deployment. Along with sons Alex and...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese is greeted by his son Alex as he disembarks the ship on Thursday after a four month deployment. Along with sons Alex and Cody, Wiese was greeted by his wife Rainbow and his four-month-old son Dusty, who he was seeing for the first time.

  • USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese of Marysville gets a kiss from his son Alex while his son Cody watches. Wiese returned home on Thursday after a four mon...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    USS Momsen sailor Chris Wiese of Marysville gets a kiss from his son Alex while his son Cody watches. Wiese returned home on Thursday after a four month deployment and was greeted by his wife Rainbow and his three sons that including 4-month-old Dusty who he was seeing for the first time.

  • Savannah Smith, 11, of Stanwood holds a sign as she waits on the dock at Navel Station Everett on Thursday to greet her father, Michael March, who was...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Savannah Smith, 11, of Stanwood holds a sign as she waits on the dock at Navel Station Everett on Thursday to greet her father, Michael March, who was returning on the USS Momsen from a four month deployment.

  • A sailor on the USS Momsen looks out onto the dock for family as the ship pulls into Navel Station Everett on Thursday after being on training maneuve...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    A sailor on the USS Momsen looks out onto the dock for family as the ship pulls into Navel Station Everett on Thursday after being on training maneuvers for four months.

  • Landon Blatchley, 6, of Poulsbo holds up a sign as he waits on the dock at Navel Station Everett on Thursday to greet his father, Kyle, who was return...

    Doug Ramsay / For The Herald

    Landon Blatchley, 6, of Poulsbo holds up a sign as he waits on the dock at Navel Station Everett on Thursday to greet his father, Kyle, who was returning from a four month deployment on the USS Momsen.

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