The U.S. Navy carrier fleet saw two milestones for its ships this month – at opposite ends of the spectrum – with the CVN 71 USS Theodore Roosevelt moving one step closer to mission operational status while the CV 60 ex-USS Saratoga inched closer to being dismantled. The Afloat Training Group, along with sailors aboard the carrier Roosevelt, conducted training August 4-8 during the in-port portion of Tailored Ship’s Training Availability (TSTA). "The main reason we are ...
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