Seattle is reflected in the sunglasses of Chief Scott Altis as the USS Gridley, the newest guided missile destroyer to be based at Naval Station Everett, docks in Seattle for Seafair on Tuesday in Seattle, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Gallery: USS Gridley, Everett’s new guided-missile destroyer

The USS Gridley, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, was sailing from Naval Station Everett to Seattle to take part in the annual Parade of Ships for Seafair’s Fleet Week. It was the Gridley’s second sailing since it arrived in Everett on July 9. Related story

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