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USS Blue Ridge may soon head to sea after nearly 2 years of maintenance


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YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — The Navy’s oldest deployable warship is slated to head out to sea this summer after wrapping up a nearly two-year maintenance period.

All “major” work has been finished on the USS Blue Ridge after an extended dry dock and upkeep period, the Navy announced Monday in a statement that said the command ship is now officially “safe-to-train and safe-to-operate.” https://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/uss-blue-ridge-may-soon-head-to-sea-after-nearly-2-years-of-maintenance-1.525000

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