Gulf Carrier Gap Sign Of Inadequate Force, Navy Booster Group Says

The threatened removal of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier presence from the Persian Gulf – a gap between the return of the Theodore Roosevelt and the arrival of its replacement, Harry Truman – indicates the need to re-establish the nation’s fleet at 11 nuclear carriers (CVNs), according to America’s...

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