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USS Arkansas (CGN-41)
... The cruiser USS Arkansas (CGN-41) was a Virginia-class nuclear-propelled guided-missile cruiser of the U.S ... Since the Arkansas had the high speed and unlimited range provided by her nuclear reactors, she usually escorted the nuclear-powered aircraft carriers of the U.S ... missiles, Tomahawk missiles, and two 5-inch naval guns, the USS Arkansas was also capable of attacking enemy surface ships, carrying out shore bombardments, and attacking land targets over 2,000 ...
USS Arkansas (BB-33) - Service History - Post-war
... After a month spent in port, Arkansas embarked approximately 800 troops for transport to the United States as part of Operation Magic Carpet to return American servicemen home as quickly as possible ... Sailing on 23 September, Arkansas paused briefly at Pearl Harbor en route, and ultimately reached Seattle, Washington on 15 October ... During the first months of 1946, Arkansas lay at San Francisco, California ...
Arkansas - Attractions
... Arkansas is home to many areas protected by the National Park System ... These include Arkansas Post National Memorial at Gillett Buffalo National River Fort Smith National Historic Site Hot Springs National Park Little Rock Central High School ...
Mount Vernon (disambiguation) - In The United States - Arkansas
... Mount Vernon, Arkansas Mount Vernon Township, Benton County, Arkansas Mount Vernon Township, Faulkner County, Arkansas ...
Reyno, Arkansas
... Reyno is a city in Randolph County, Arkansas, United States ... The population was 456 at the 2010 census ...

Famous quotes containing the word arkansas:

    The man who would change the name of Arkansas is the original, iron-jawed, brass-mouthed, copper-bellied corpse-maker from the wilds of the Ozarks! He is the man they call Sudden Death and General Desolation! Sired by a hurricane, dam’d by an earthquake, half-brother to the cholera, nearly related to the smallpox on his mother’s side!
    —Administration in the State of Arka, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    ...I am who I am because I’m a black female.... When I was health director in Arkansas ... I could talk about teen-age pregnancy, about poverty, ignorance and enslavement and how the white power structure had imposed it—only because I was a black female. I mean, black people would have eaten up a white male who said what I did.
    Joycelyn Elders (b. 1933)