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The Battle Group built around the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70) steams towards a naval operational training are off the southern California coast. The ships are, (clockwise from the lower left), the guided missile frigate USS REUBEN JAMES (FFG-57), guided missile cruiser USS ANTIETAM (CG-54), nuclear-powered attack submarine USS ASHEVILLE (SSN-758), nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41), destroyer USS HEWITT (DD-988), fast combat support sh USS CAMDEN (AOE-2), amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA-5) & 3 unidentified amphibious ships

The Battle Group built around the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70) steams towards a naval operational training are off the southern California coast. The ships are, (clockwise from the lower left), the guided missile frigate USS REUBEN JAMES (FFG-57), guided missile cruiser USS ANTIETAM (CG-54), nuclear-powered attack submarine USS ASHEVILLE (SSN-758), nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41), destroyer USS HEWITT (DD-988), fast combat support sh USS CAMDEN (AOE-2), amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA-5) & 3 unidentified amphibious ships

 
 

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