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The US Navy sent surface ships deep into the Arctic, and close to Russia, for the first time in over 30 years

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The US and British navies sailed into the Barents Sea to conduct maritime security operations in the Arctic Ocean, US Naval Forces Europe-Africa said in a release Monday.

US Navy destroyers USS Donald Cook, USS Porter, and USS Roosevelt and the British Royal Navy frigate HMS Kent, supported by fast combat support ship USNS Supply, sailed into the Barents "to assert freedom of navigation and demonstrate seamless integration among allies," the release said. https://www.businessinsider.com/us-navy-surface-ships-sail-into-barents-sea-near-russia-2020-5

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