America Departed

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USS America (CV-66) - Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm
... On 2 August 1990, the day America departed the Norfolk Naval Shipyard following a four-month Selected Restricted Availability, Iraq invaded Kuwait ... geared toward possible military action against Iraq, America and CVW-1 rushed toward a much accelerated deployment schedule ... having completed a five-month training cycle into two months, America deployed to the Red Sea in support of Operation Desert Shield with Captain J.J ...
USS America (CV-66) - Second Deployment (1967) - Cease Fire
... America continued on station for several more days, but the tension seemed to have gone ... America next hosted, commencing on 14 June, forty-nine midshipmen from the United States Naval Academy and Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) units ... America transited the Dardanelles on 21 June and arrived at Istanbul, where Rear Admiral Geis laid a wreath at the foot of the grave of the Unknown Soldier as a tribute to the Turkish war dead ...
USS America (CV-66) - Returning To Lebanon
... America departed Norfolk on 8 December 1982, proceeded to the Virginia Capes operating area and embarked CVW-1, and set out across the Atlantic ... Visiting Palma on 22 December America remained there through the Christmas holiday, weighing anchor on 28 December to sail for the Lebanese coast, where she was to take up duty in support of the Multinational ... Relieving USS Nimitz on station on 2 January 1983, America spent the next 18 days off Lebanon, before Nimitz took over on 20 January ...

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    She turns and looks a moment in the glass,
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