Strike Group

Some articles on strike group, group, groups:

USS James E. Williams (DDG-95) - Overview - History
... part of the Global War on Terrorism Surface Strike Group (GWOT SSG) 06-2 ... which surged 18 April as part of the Global War on Terrorism Surface Strike Group (GWOT SSG) 06-2. 9 July 2007 as a part of the USS Enterprise Carrier Strike Group ...
Carrier Air Wing Eleven - History - 2000s
... See also Carrier Strike Group Eleven In 2001 another deployment followed, which was planned to support OSW, but soon after 11 September 2001, the Vinson and CVW-11 departed for the Indian Ocean and aircraft ... home, CVW-11 was reassigned to Cruiser-Destroyer Group Five and the USS Nimitz (CVN-68) in January 2002 ... On July 28 it was announced that CVW-11 and the Nimitz Strike Group was to depart for a seven month deployment on July 31 ...
USS Reuben James (FFG-57) - Ship History - 2000s
... The two navies’ task groups steamed together in formation for more than 25 hours ... naval task group was divided into two opposing forces ... and USS Helena, homeported in San Diego, also joined the task group in individual phases ...
Carrier Strike Group - Composite Warfare Command Structure
... The Strike Group comprises several commands, all which reside under the authority of the Commander of the CSG (CCSG or COMCARSTRKGRU) ... commanding officers assigned to the strike group ... and material readiness tracking for ships and squadrons assigned to the group ...
Raymond A. Spicer - Background
... His most recent sea duty was as the Commander, Carrier Strike Group 12 and Commander, Enterprise Strike Group ... that tour he deployed in 2006 to the Persian Gulf and Western Pacific, and the strike group participated in combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, supporting ...

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