What are carrier strike groups?

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Carrier Strike Group
... A carrier strike group (CSG) is an operational formation of the United States Navy ... It is composed of roughly 7,500 personnel, an aircraft carrier, at least one cruiser, a destroyer squadron of at least two destroyers and/or frigates, and a carrier air wing of 65 to 70 aircraft ... A carrier strike group also, on occasion, includes submarines, attached logistics ships and a supply ship ...
Bob Semple - Early Life
... In 1903 he was involved in a miner's strike in Victoria Australia ... The strike was defeated and Semple ended up being blacklisted ... He was jailed in 1913 for supporting the general strike and again in 1916 after fighting conscription for overseas service during World War I ...
Strike - Other Uses
... Strike, the Japanese name for the Pokémon Scyther Strike, Australian Bluetooth Products Manufacturer ...
United States Fleet Forces Command - History - 21st Century
... In the CNO Guidance for 2003, Admiral Vernon Clark stipulated that the terms Carrier Battle Group and Amphibious Readiness Group would be replaced by ... Cruiser-Destroyer (CRUDESGRU) and Carrier Groups (CARGRU) were also redesignated, as Carrier Strike Groups (CSG), and aligned directly under the numbered ... All carrier strike groups are ultimately subordinate to Fleet Forces Command ...
Taff Vale Railway - Strike
... Society of Railway Servants, a trades union, for damages due to losses accrued during a strike by their members (who were seeking to compel the ...

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