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After record-breaking seven months at sea, Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group returns to Norfolk


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NORFOLK, Va. (Tribune News Service) — The USS Dwight D. Eisenhower returned home to Norfolk Sunday following a seven-month deployment that included breaking the Navy’s record for most days at sea.

The coronavirus made stops in foreign countries too risky, officials said, so the aircraft carrier had to keep moving. https://www.stripes.com/news/us/after-record-breaking-seven-months-at-sea-eisenhower-carrier-strike-group-returns-to-norfolk-1.640729

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