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Navy's oldest operational warship breaks its days-at-sea record

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The Navy’s oldest operational warship has broken its record for the most days at sea, the military branch said Thursday.

The USS Blue Ridge has been at sea for 69 days as of Thursday, the Navy said in a statement, breaking its previous record, set 48 years ago, of 64 days at sea during the Vietnam War.  https://thehill.com/policy/defense/498948-navys-oldest-operational-warship-breaks-its-record-for-days-at-sea-avoiding

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