Hazlet native serves aboard USS Key West submarine in Guam

A 2017 Raritan High School graduate and Hazlet native is serving with the U.S. Navy aboard one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered submarines, USS Key West. Fireman Sean Donnelly is a machinist's mate aboard the Guam-based submarine, one of four Los Angeles-class submarines forward-deployed on the island. A Navy machinist's mate is responsible for maintenance of underwater ordnance.PHOTO COURTESY OF U.S. NAVY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION
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A 2017 Raritan High School graduate and Hazlet native is serving with the U.S. Navy aboard one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered submarines, USS Key West. Fireman Sean Donnelly is a machinist's mate aboard the Guam-based submarine, one of four Los Angeles-class submarines forward-deployed on the island. A Navy machinist's mate is responsible for maintenance of underwater ordnance.PHOTO COURTESY OF U.S. NAVY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION

A 2017 Raritan High School graduate and Hazlet native is serving with the U.S. Navy aboard one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered submarines, USS Key West.

Fireman Sean Donnelly is a machinist’s mate aboard the Guam-based submarine, one of four Los Angeles-class submarines forward-deployed on the island.

A Navy machinist’s mate is responsible for maintenance of underwater ordnance.