Petty Officer Kyle Byrd hugs his daughter, Aleyna, 4, after the Navy destroyer USS Ralph Johnson arrived at Naval Station Everett on Friday. The ship was named after Pfc. Ralph Henry Johnson, who died in 1968 during the Vietnam War when he shielded two of his fellow Marines from a grenade. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Petty Officer Kyle Byrd hugs his daughter, Aleyna, 4, after the Navy destroyer USS Ralph Johnson arrived at Naval Station Everett on Friday. The ship was named after Pfc. Ralph Henry Johnson, who died in 1968 during the Vietnam War when he shielded two of his fellow Marines from a grenade. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

A brand new destroyer arrives at its home port of Everett

The USS Ralph Johnson has a crew of more than 300, and many of their families are already here.

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