The first Littoral Combat Ship (LCS-1), the USS Freedom, recently arrived in Guam as it starts to wrap up its Western Pacific deployment with a transit across the Pacific Ocean that U.S. Navy officials hope will be free of power losses and other recent operational problems on the ship. Freedom arrived in Guam, the farthest western U.S. territory, as part of its return transit across the Pacific Ocean, on Nov. 29. The ship will receive fuel and supplies for the next underway period ...
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