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Carrier Lincoln Preparing for Deployment After Several High-End Training Opportunities


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ABOARD USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN, IN THE VIRGINIA CAPES OPERATING AREA – The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is underway for pre-deployment training after reaping the benefits of several high-end training opportunities in the last several months.

The Lincoln Strike Group has already seen more sophisticated operations than most going into its month-long Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX), thanks to the ABE CSG combining with the Harry S. Truman CSG to form a carrier strike force for high-end training last summer. And with the addition of live, virtual and constructive (LVC) training leading up to and during COMPTUEX, strike group leadership is confident the ships and air wing will be ready to tackle anything the deployment throws at them. https://news.usni.org/2019/01/29/carrier-lincoln-preparing-deployment-several-high-end-training-opportunities

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