Virginia (CGN 38) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1979

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: hi? td? nip-III, ' a dd? XUHON 1 VIRGINIA in Egypt: Presidential Support .,."' : gfiili-'E .A.', ,V.- II.: .i If , I' 7 ' B I, .N,,, . .-Iam. ,..I.,, .IiY KIWW, LA his k Jig 6 I ' t J I SI s x l ' I ' 'YQ M21 r 3 'f' r? 2 ,Q"'II,,gg L Gini W 'WEEE ai , 4 IL.. no ,t-I.. fe fi- Is I IMI 1,2191 V1 fa QI I ' I ibn' ' I I,,IC,Ig:3 1 . +I: i fI1l7iif:'gi I .I -1 -t 1 '- .I.II UT QIIIQ 1 I I gil 15514132-1 ' ,II ,,.f I, '?jg',:l,ILi I Iii :I ,gm I I at fi-,xii t . -I L: ai 1 mu -I We i. 4 fiifieiii I t R smug Iii VIII ' -f' 1 I .iii 141+ silt I 395 it as N 5 X 'W' I! I I I ' I Yfii t I I l I I I :W-I-,V I I ,,I ' HZ' I I ,-:LM 1 riff, I 565511: 15 .I I ,VWZIIN 1,s:3I'Iif'l- i IIfP'IIt.' r 3.-Qifn at it If . I I, VII' 'wait' I' i 3 ,EI I i- AM. - :I I I Ilfnfl-il: ' r- .I.I I .I,II ,I ' J.u.tI. - I W, I .I.II-I, , PIII if-.1 I nj :fir-FDEI 1' 'IEEE-If ' 14- :II I- fr: I IgI:::5I,e YSL' -92151-". ,IR-9? .II.sII,I V3 7729? I' I ,.I.If I, I, Isa.. wifes' L. I 1'-I:-int' fig lifiivtii, JISLZLWI ygtnfiqg I iii fa- win- M ' Wai 1 'iii ip. 4, - Nia.. HI: I :II I I. 7I:I: S Ig 8 in NATO's recent exercise Dawn .bs All major 6th Fleet units includ- ing the aircraft carriers Dwight D. Eisenhower and America and French carrier Clemenceau and theirescort ships were involved in the exercise .III I The exercise was designed to coordinate sea control operations in the central and eastern Medit- coast. A combined amphibious task force, including amphibious as Sault ship Inchon, amphibious transport dock Austin, tank land -,e In A fc ing ships Spartanburg Countyand EQ ' Barnstable County and dock land I, ing ship Spiegel Grove were goin ji Led by Italy's tank landing ship ments 1'-irb-1' ,II -yi a '- t ,mm IIII i,., I in i'I""Ei I Lib? S .t,gI,, I' NATO Exercis Grade, France's dock landing ship NAPLES, Italy 1- More than 100 Ouragan and Turkeys, tank land- allied ships and 400 aircraft repre- entin ei ht nations participated ing ship Serdar. Amphibious landings by a corn- bined 2500Iman landing force in- cluded the 32d Marine Amphibious Unit, a tactical group from ltaly's San Marco Bn., the 2d French Commando unit, a Royal Nether- lands Marine Corps company and a Turkish naval infantry battal- ion. The landings were made at Sardinia, italy, and on the Turkish Dawn Patrol 79 is an annual Q aan exercise designed to promote ima proved coofdinanon anidfcoopera tion o mu ti nationa orces to demonstrate NATO s readiness to N deter aggression along its south ern flank with the rapid deploy ment of external reinforce v .s ' - ' ' - 4 v . . I u t ., X 9 ' , f " . 1 - 4 I., I Is M I x M v .I .I 4 . a II. 7 " ' - at 0 The officers and men in USS 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. In a message to CAPT Ailes American Ambassador Hermann Fi l'6l4KlC?I? ag A' K it fn Q JF,a,ff FJf,.,-.1f''n4Q:5ZFL-.fNN.,,f""1.. ,JJ'fT"':ss!ij:Q55fr QD 'fxcxssszyrodb M 31.9 llqaecliferranean ssoossr connavniatanr Ano 7 COMNAVSURFIANT MAKE APPROPRIATE PUBLEC ANtIlOtltIi1Iiii'iENTS OF THE RETURN OF THE FOLLOZ-Iltiifi tiNI'l'S: CCD NfIlF'f1.K, ETA 15 .JULY A. USS SEATTLE CADE-53 oss DWIGHT o. Eissnaowaa ccvnesen oss sourn cnsotinn coco-avi use vlnctuin cccnqsaztcos-as gang 'Qi ii oss axcnnno L. Pass canoes? At' II I, A. II .,IIIII..I,,I1,.iI, I,,,, . --. I.I- f., ,W I , I zaxggmmaxgxrvnwgzy LT NW H - . 2 2x:1a.z:1r::g:-I--- ai-.MR ,IIA L, II-, , , A ,W ' ijfmvgonimga I! 558 :adm doi?f'iiTi"3 -?MTTmn-MMA mT'M"" '



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