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Customizable command-and-control vessel arrives on Okinawa


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WHITE BEACH NAVAL FACILITY, Okinawa – The newest addition to the 7th Fleet is a customizable command-and-control vessel that recently arrived on Okinawa to give Navy and Marine commanders a look at its capabilities.

The USS Miguel Keith – a Lewis B. Puller-class expeditionary staging base – pulled into White Beach Naval Facility on Oct. 5 and was open to tours by officers of the 7th Fleet and III Marine Expeditionary Force who may one day put the ship to work during humanitarian crises or in battle.

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