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3 Navy Ships on Course for Longest Deployment in Years

NORFOLK, VA. -- Three Navy amphibious ships that left Norfolk ahead of schedule in March are set to stay at sea into February, which would make their cruise the longest ship deployment in decades. The amphibious assault ship Bataan, the amphibious transport dock Mesa Verde and the dock landing ship Whidbey Island left Norfolk Naval Station on March 23, three months earlier than planned because of the unrest in Libya. The thousands of Sailors and Marines aboard the ships were recently told that their... more


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