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Eilts wrote: "I congratulate you and,
through you, the officers and men of
USS Virginia, for a successful, even if
somewhat unusual, visit to Alexan-
dria. I am sorry that the weather was a
bit capricious and I am glad that the
staff, especially in the interim period
before satellite links were firm, and
your backup medical facilities
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in NATO's recent exercise Dawn
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Virginia QCGN 38l, commanded by
CAPT Robert H. Ailes, received
thanks and congratulations from the
American Embassy in Cairo, Egypt,
for support supplied during President
Carter's recent visit to Egypt. The
sudden assignment also elicited a
commendatory message from CNO
ADM Thomas B. Hayward.
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