Truman Carrier Gets New Mast

MAST UP: Norfolk Naval Shipyard completed the installation of the main mast aboard aircraft carrier CVN 75 USS Harry S. Truman on Aug. 20, marking the latest milestone in the ship’s 13-month dry docking planned incremental availability. The 112,000-lb. mast — which is 10 ft. taller and 23,000 lb...

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