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Racial justice turns to Navy ships named for Confederate battles, segregationists
Statues have been toppled. Flags have been lowered. America's reckoning with its history of racism has spread across the country and is now casting its eyes toward the sea. Will the names of Navy ships be next?
Renaming Navy ships could fall under Pentagon’s new diversity review
The names of U.S. warships could face new scrutiny in coming months as the Pentagon moves forward with a military-wide effort to target racial bias and prejudice in the ranks
The US is doing two carriers at the same time in the Mediterranean to send a message to Russia
With two U.S. aircraft carriers operating in the Mediterranean Sea for the first time since 2016, it would be hard for Russia to miss the intended message. But to hammer the point home, U.S. Ambassador to Russia John Huntsman visited the carrier USS Abraham Lincoln on Tuesday
A US Aircraft Carrier Just Rolled Up In Persian Gulf Shadowed By Iranian Boats
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Radio Free Europe/Radio Free Liberty. A U.S. aircraft carrier has sailed into the...