A group for all who have a loved one staioned aboard the aircraft carrier Eisenhower.
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ATLANTIC OCEAN (June 4, 2016) U.S. Navy Sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower conduct flight operations around the time of sunset. Eisenhower is the flagship of the Eisenhower carrier strike group and has embarked Carrier Air Wing 3. The ship departed Naval Station Norfolk, June 1.
In the interest of fairness, I'm confident you are suggesting to members of that FB group that they also join us over here..........
Great response Jim, There will always be some bad apples in the bunch, but we need to remember that other amazing men and women that make up our Navy. On my Tiger Cruise I was so proud of our Sailors. There is always dirt and messiness in logistics, but the overall product is what's important and our Navy is AMAZING!!! Thank you for your Sailors service and honor as he serves, Alex.
Hello everyone! Want to talk about the problem in which, I believe, I'm not alone. There is stealing personal things from the sailors. It's happens twice already to my son. Last time they went out at sea and his body wash, shampoo and even tooth brash been stolen from the shower, and this time, when they are still out, he made a laundry, washing his working pens and his green shirts, been also stolen! Those sailors, wearing green shirts, well known as long hours working guys, most of the times not having even enough time to sleep, but still taking time doing laundry, and suddenly all staff are gone! So, let's start talk about it and bring the problem up.As to me, I wouldn't trust my back to person, who steeling the stuff from shipmates, they just shouldn't be in the navy.
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