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USS Abraham Lincoln arrives in San Diego after record 10-month deployment

Family members waiting dockside for Aircraft Carrier USS Abraham Lincoln to arrive home. One woman holding homemade sign

PortandTerminal.com, January 20, 2020 SAN DIEGO, CA – The USS Abraham Lincoln carrier arrived in its new homeport of San Diego on Monday following a 10-month deployment and around-the-world cruise. The 294-day deployment was the longest carrier deployment in the post-Cold War era. ?? WELCOME HOME ?? USS Abraham Lincoln! It’s been too long. pic.twitter.com/XF3KIvOjrj— Aric Richards (@AricFOX5) January 20, 2020 During …

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Maritime Image of the Day: “Warships transiting Strait of Hormuz”

Satellite photo showing a large number of small boats escorting several larger vessels

PortandTerminal.com, December 28, 2019 HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA – Today’s “Maritime Image of the Day” is a satellite photo showing what the US Navy confirms were “multiple small Iranian boats” running alongside the Nimitz class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln and other ships from her strike group. USS Abraham Lincoln in foreground with escort vessel in background (File photo) The image, which was taken by …

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How much firepower has the US moved into the Gulf?

PortandTerminal.com, August 14, 2019 The United States has been steadily moving in military firepower into the Gulf region in response to the escalating tensions and recent ship seizures by Iran WASHINGTON – The current tensions between the United States and Iran in the Persian Gulf region have led the US Navy to boost its firepower in the region. There are …

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