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U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Scott Ring, Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class uses an air hammer to remove tiles from the U.S. Navy Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). The USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72) will undergo repair and refurbishment as part of a Planned Incremental Availability period at Naval Station Shipyard, Puget Sound, Wash. Sept. 20, 2006. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN James R. Evans) (Released)

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Scott Ring, Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class uses an air hammer to remove tiles from the U.S. Navy Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). The USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72) will undergo repair and refurbishment as part of a Planned Incremental Availability period at Naval Station Shipyard, Puget Sound, Wash. Sept. 20, 2006. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN James R. Evans) (Released)

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