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September 14, 1936. Photograph staged for Movietone News off San Diego, California. 

Destroyer Squadron 20 (DesRon 20) steams through a smokescreen laid by Patrol Squadrons Seven, Nine and Eleven. 

USS Alwyn (DD-355), USS Monaghan (DD-354), USS Dale (DD-353), and USS Worden (DD-352) are visible, while USS Macdonough (DD-351), USS Hull (DD-350), USS Dewey (DD-349) and USS Faragutt (DD-348) are out of the photo, their presence indicated by their wakes. Overhead, two PH Flying Boats observe the formation.

Sailors remove chocks and chains from an MH-60R Sea Hawk helicopter from the Battle Cats of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 73 prior to lifting off the flight deck of the guided-missile destroyer USS Dewey (DDG 105).

Destroyer Squadron twenty (DesRon20) steam through a smokescreen laid by planes of Patrol Squadrons Seven, Nine and Eleven, during an exhibition staged for Movietone News off San Diego, California, 14 September 1936. the ships are, from bottom to top: USS Farragut (DD-348); USS Dewey (DD-349); USS Hull (DD-350); USS Macdonough (DD-351); USS Worden (DD-352); USS Dale (DD-353); USS Monoghan (DD-354) and USS Alwyn (DD-355).

Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941. View taken around 0926 hrs. in the morning of 7 December, from an automobile on the road in the Aiea area, looking about WSW with destroyer moorings closest to the camera. 

In the center of the photograph are: USS Dobbin (AD-3), with destroyers USS Hull (DD-350), USS Dewey (DD-349), USS Worden (DD-352) and USS MacDonough (DD-351) alongside. The ship just to the left of that group is USS Phelps (DD-360), which got underway on two boilers around 0926 hrs. The group further to the right consists of: USS Whitney (AD-4), with destroyers USS Conyngham (DD-371), USS Reid (DD-369), USS Tucker (DD-374), USS Case (DD-370) and USS Selfridge (DD-357) alongside. USS Solace (AH-5) is barely visible at the far left.

USS Dewey (DDG-105), returning from deployment in 2012.
She was ordered to go flank by the Carrier Strike Group (CSG) Admiral to impress the Tiger cruise folks onboard the carrier.
A Tiger Cruise is a 3-4 day cruise, usually at the end of a deployment, where family of the crew comes aboard an aircraft carrier. It’s great for the families, but hell on the crew because of the 4,000+ clueless people on board the ship.