Tenth “WestPac” deployment and  her third North Arabian Sea deployment in support of her 2nd Maritime Security Operations (MSO), to protect offshore infrastructure, including Iraqi oil platforms, which provide a critical source of income for the new Iraqi government and supporting operations that are focused on reassuring regional partners of the United States’ commitment to security, which promotes stability and global prosperity; to ensure that ships could "operate freely while transiting the world's oceans" during the Global War on Terrorism, on her 3rd Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), the "military response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, commencing on 7 October 2001, on her eighth Arabian/Persian Gulf deployment (7 September 2010 to 24 March 2011).

Chapter XXVI

Part I of III - 7 September to 5 December 2010

Part II of III - 6 December 2010 to 23 March 2011

Part III of III - 24 March 2011 and

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) 2010 YEAR END REPORT

Chapter XXVI, Appendix I

 

Abe’s Tenth “WestPac” deployment articles not included in the Narrative, Summary and Time Line presented in Chapter XXVI, relating to Crew Personnel  Stories and Awards, Department and Division, in port crew activities other then arrival or departure articles to ports of call.

Chapter XXVI, Appendix II

 

Chapter XXVI, Appendix I & II

 

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) 2010 YEAR END REPORT

Chapter XXVI

Appendix I

 

 

Command Composition and Organization of Abraham Lincoln as of 31 December 2010:

 

The ship's chain of command as of 31 December 2010 was:

 

Commander in Chief

President Barack H. Obama

2009 - 44th

Secretary of Defense

The Honorable Robert M. Gates 
18 Dec 2006 - 1 Jul 2011 - 22nd

Secretary of the Navy

The Honorable Raymond Edwin "Ray" Mabus / Ray Mabus - Incumbent - 75th

19 May 2009 -

Chief of Naval Operations

ADM Gary R. Roughead - 29th

29 Sep 2007 - 23 Sep 2011

COMPACFLT, former *CINCPACFLT

ADM Robert F. Willard - 58th

8 May 2007 - 25 Sep 2009

ADM Patrick M. Walsh - 59th

25 Sep 2009 – 20 Jan 2012

COMNAVAIRPAC

VADM James M. Zortman - 29th

Aug 2002 - Aug 2004

Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 9

RADM Scott Swift

9 Oct 2008 – 29 Jan 2000

RADM Mark D. Guadagnini

29 Jan 2010 – 13 May 2011

Chief of Staff, Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 9

CAPT Kevin G. Meenaghan

Commodore, Destroyer Squadron 9

CAPT Carol Hottenrott

Deputy Commodore, Destroyer Squadron 9

CAPT Mark A. Johnson

 

*Between 1907 and December 6, 1922, and between February 1, 1941 and October 24, 2002.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CINCPACFLT

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) WestPac Cruise Book 2010-11

 

Lincoln Strike Group Changes Command

 

“Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 9 held a change of command ceremony aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) on 29 January 2010. During the ceremony, Rear Adm. Mark D. Guadagnini relieved Rear Adm. Scott Swift as Carrier Strike Group 9 commander. Abraham Lincoln is the flagship for CSG 9, which is homeported in Everett, Wash. Lincoln Strike Group consists of Carrier Air Wing 2, Destroyer Squadron 9 and its associated ships USS Cape St. George (CG-71), USS Shoup (DDG-86), USS Momsem (DDG-92), USS Halsey (DDG-97), USS Sterett (DDG-104), USS Ford (FFG-54), USS Rodney M. Davis (FFG-60) and USS Ingraham (FFG-61)” (Ref. Story Number: NNS100130-07 - Release Date: 1/30/2010 7:06:00 PM - From USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs, EVERETT, Wash. (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=50960

 

Department Heads serving aboard Abraham Lincoln as of 31 December 2010 were:

 

Commanding Officer - CO

CAPT Patrick D. Hall /

CAPT John D. Alexander

Executive Officer - XO

CAPT Timothy C. Kuehhas

Administrative Officer

CDR Sheldon Geringer

Air Officer

CAPT Bradley Jensen

AIMD Officer

CDR Wesley Joshway

Combat Systems Officer

CDR James Ballinger

Religious Department - RMD - Command Chaplain

CDR Thomas Webber

Legal Department - Command Judge Advocate

LCDR Davin Reike

Dental Officer

CDR Sam Westock, DDS, MS, FACP

Engineering Officer

CDR John Lobuono

Deck - First Lieutenant

LCDR Kenneth Williams

Communications Officer

 

Maintenance Officer

 

Senior Medical Officer

CDR Michael M. Jacobs, MD, MPH

Navigator

Capt James Lins

Operations Officer

CDR David Bryson

Intel Department

CDR Matthew Disch

Public Affairs – PAO / Media Department

 

LCDR William Marks

Reactor Officer

CAPT James Duke

Safety Officer

CDR Christopher Sledge

Supply Officer

CDR John Soracco

Training Officer

LCDR Richard Hsu

Weapons Officer

CDR Daniel Walford

Commander, Carrier Air Wing 2

CAPT John G. EDEN

 

USS Abraham Lincoln Holds Change of Command

 

Organizational Structure. Captain John D. Alexander assumed command during a change of command ceremony aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) on 28 January 2010, relieving Captain Patrick D. Hall, 11th Commanding Officer, serving from 18 June 2007 to 28 January 2010, holding a change of command ceremony on board ship in Everett, Wash. Alexander, a native of Port Neches, Texas, is reporting to the Lincoln after serving a joint tour as executive assistant to the director of the Joint Staff and commanding the amphibious transport dock ship USS Juneau (LPD-10), forward deployed in Sasebo, Japan. Captain Timothy C. Kuehhas served as Executive Officer and CMDCM Susan A. Whitman served as USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Command Master Chief” (Ref. Story Number: NNS100129-01 - Release Date: 1/29/2010 5:57:00 AM - By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Barry Riley, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Public Affairs, EVERETT, Wash. (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=50925

 

The following accomplishments highlight Abraham Lincoln’s performance in CY 2010:

 

Abraham Lincoln conducted a scheduled Planned Incremental Availability (PIA) at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS & IMF), Bremerton, Washington from 16 April 2009 to 13 January 2010, off-loading ordnance in preparation for a scheduled PIA in the Eastern Pacific from 6 to 9 April 2009” (Ref. 76).

 

Abraham Lincoln conducted Flight Deck Certification off the coast of Southern California from 7 to 16 February 2010, leaving its homeport of Everett, Wash. on 23 February 2010, in preparation for a material assessment conducted by the Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV). Lincoln began the multiple-day evaluation in San Diego, California on 28 February 2010. INSURV is a major inspection mandated by Congress to assess a ship's material condition, its ability to operate the weapons, radar, engineering and navigation systems, maintain its berthing spaces, and function safely. More than 150 inspectors examined how well the crew performs preventative maintenance, and appraised the ship's overall space cleanliness and preservation. The grading criteria is either "fit for sustained combat operations" or "not fit for sustained combat operations." Once the inspection was complete, INSURV reported directly to the secretary of the Navy and Congress if the ship is fit in terms of being able to conduct operations. To prepare for the inspection, Lincoln's INSURV team was created more than a year ago. Lincoln also created an Elite Zone Inspection Team of the most talented and experienced senior chiefs, master chiefs, chief warrant officers and limited duty officers using the same concept as the Elite Spot Check Training Team, which upholds maintenance standards on the ship. The goal was to train the crew in its ability to critically self-assess. Abraham Lincoln conducted operations in the Eastern Pacific from 23 to 28 February 2010. Upon completion of INSURV the Lincoln continued its training cycle to prepare for a 2010 deployment in support of the nation's maritime strategy. Abraham Lincoln Completes TSTA and FEP” (Ref. Story Number: NNS100802-02 - Release Date: 8/2/2010 7:35:00 AM - By Ens. Zachary Thiesse, USS Momsen Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=55034

 

Sailors aboard Abraham Lincoln received an overall grade of outstanding after successfully completing a TSTA and FEP from 19 April to 10 May 2010. The Afloat Training Team (ATG) Pacific evaluated Lincoln's crew during several complex unit level exercises, placing emphasis on the ship's Integrated Training Team (ITT)'s ability to conduct training and assess the ship's watch standing, warfighting and survival capabilities across all required warfare areas” (Ref. Story Number: NNS100512-22 - Release Date: 5/12/2010 4:44:00 PM - By Chief Mass Communication Specialist Eric Powell, USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)).

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=53304

 

Abraham Lincoln Wraps Up COMPTUEX, Certified Ready for Deployment

 

“Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group conducted Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) off the coast of Southern California from 23 July to 13 August 2010” (Ref. 76 & Story Number: NNS100813-09 - Release Date: 8/13/2010 2:52:00 PM - By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jerine Lee, USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=55315

 

“Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group completed four major exercises frrom 27 to 28 July 2010 as part of COMPTUEX, flexing its muscles in surface, subsurface, and strike warfare simultaneously” (Ref. Story Number: NNS100730-04 - Release Date: 7/30/2010 11:19:00 AM - By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alan Gragg, Abraham Lincoln Strike Group Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=54986

 

“On 7 September 2010, Abraham Lincoln commenced her tenth “WestPac” deployment and her third North Arabian Sea deployment in support of her 3rd Maritime Security Operations (MSO), supporting operations that are focused on reassuring regional partners of the United States' commitment to security, which promotes stability and global prosperity, on her 3rd Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), the "military response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, commencing on 7 October 2001, on her eighth Arabian/Persian Gulf deployment” (Ref. 72, 76, 84A, 377).

 

 

Abe’s Tenth “WestPac” deployment articles not included in the Narrative, Summary and Time Line presented in Chapter XXVI, relating to Crew Personnel  Stories and Awards, Department and Division, in port crew activities other then arrival or departure articles to ports of call.

Chapter XXVI

Appendix II

 

 

USS Halsey Hosts Namesake's Granddaughter

 

“USS Halsey (DDG-97) welcomed aboard the granddaughter of the ship's namesake for a tour of the ship on 7 September 2010 in San Diego, California. Missy Talbot, Fleet Adm. William F. Halsey's granddaughter, is one of Halsey's three sponsors. Halsey's commanding officer and the ship's mascot greeted Talbot and her husband, Bud Talbot, both of Sharon, Conn., on their first visit to the ship. In October l942, Fleet Adm. Halsey became the commander of South Pacific Forces and South Pacific Area. He assumed command of 3rd Fleet and was designated Commander Western Pacific Task Forces in 1944.

 

As such, he operated successfully against the Japanese in the Palaies, Philippines, Formosa, Okinawa and South China Sea. Following the Okinawa campaign in July 1945, his forces struck at Tokyo and the Japanese mainland. The last attack of his forces was August 13, 1945. The admiral's flag was flying on USS Missouri (BB-63) in Tokyo Bay when Japanese forces formally surrendered Sept. 2nd. "It is one of the greatest honors I have ever had in my life to sponsor the USS Halsey," said Talbot. During a luncheon with members of the crew, the Talbots presented the ship with one of Fleet Adm. Halsey's Task Force 38 ship's four-star pennants broken aboard USS Twining (DD-540) in 1945.

 

"The flag was a tremendous gift by Bud and Missy Talbot," said USS Halsey Commanding Officer Cmdr. Jordy Harrison. "It is fitting that a ship like Halsey, whose namesake is of a man who had a remarkable consequence on history, is able to carry a piece of the history he made; we are eternally grateful for this gift." The Talbots had the opportunity to speak with many of Halsey's crew members as they toured the primary controlling stations of the ship, including the engineering central controlling station, the combat information center and the pilothouse. "Adm. Halsey would have a hard time believing the technology this ship has," said Bud Talbot.

 

"The camaraderie that exists between (the captain) and the crew is very evident. It was absolutely amazing to me. There is a different feel when a ship carries the name of someone so prominent. It transfers to the entire crew, and I could really tell a difference on this ship." Missy Talbot said she was thankful for the sacrifices the crew makes and was impressed by their professionalism and positive attitude.

 

"I am so blessed to sponsor such a great ship and crew," she said, "I think Adm. Halsey would be very proud of Halsey and her crew. It will be a day we will never forget." "It was an absolute pleasure to host Bud and Missy Talbot," said Harrison. "It is important to have such great Americans supporting our ship and our country as we prepare to deploy into the some of the very same waters in which Fleet Adm. Halsey changed the course of history."

 

Halsey is homeported in San Diego, California and will depart Sept. 11th for a routine deployment with the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group. The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group consists of flagship USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72), embarked Carrier Air Wing 2, embarked Destroyer Squadron 9 and the guided-missile cruiser USS Cape St. George (CG-71)” (Ref. Story Number: NNS100910-09 - Release Date: 9/10/2010 12:45:00 PM - By Ensign Andrew Long, USS Halsey (DDG-97) Public Affairs, SAN DIEGO (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=55865

 

Members of Differing Faiths Peacefully Coexist on Navy Aircraft Carrier

 

“The USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Carrier Strike Group deployed on 11 September 2011, from San Diego, California with 7,000 Sailors, six ships, nine aircraft squadrons, nearly 75 aircraft, and more than 50 different religious affiliations.

With 40 different services held at sea each week, strike group Sailors have the opportunity to attend a service that best represents their preferred faith group. Although each worship service is designed around specific faith traditions and expressions, the chaplains on board provide pastoral care to all 7,000 Sailors in the Lincoln Strike Group, for all religious affiliations. "We recognize our Constitutional obligation to accommodate the free exercise of religion for all members of the military and their families," said Cmdr. Thomas Webber, a Navy chaplain, and the strike group's command chaplain.

"As strike group commander in charge of thousands of Sailors, I've been going to all the different religious services to see how our folks are being tended to spiritually," said Rear Adm. Mark Guadagnini, the strike group's commander. "There are many different religious paths, beliefs and practices in this world and they exist, side-by-side, in peace, on board this floating city called the
USS Abraham Lincoln." The Navy chaplain corps lives by a code of ethics designed to ensure all faiths are represented and cared for spiritually. Lincoln's chaplains understand that as a chaplain for 7,000 Sailors they function in a pluralistic environment, including working with chaplains of other religions, to provide ministry to all military personnel and their families.

"We all have certain values in common," said Webber. "Wholesome family relationships, a desire to serve others, personal education and growth, mental clarity and peace of mind are things we have in common." Navy chaplains can be ministers, pastors, priests, rabbis, imams or monks, but must be ordained and endorsed by their faith group to serve in the military's chaplain corps. Once this clergy member is approved by his or her faith, he or she then attends the Navy chaplain school for specialized training before reporting to their first duty station.

In addition to performing divine services, chaplains are the ethical, moral and religious advisers for the entire strike group, and in many respects counselors, teachers and mentors to all Sailors” (Ref. Story Number:
NNS100915-08 - Release Date: 9/15/2010 12:50:00 PM - From USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)).

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=55983

 

Afloat College Program Delivers Schoolhouse to Sailors

 

As reported on 11 September 2010, “Sailors aboard USS Shoup (DDG-86) took advantage of free college courses while at sea in July and August 2010 through the Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE).

"This was my first college class ever," said Culinary Specialist Seaman Lakia Mitchell, a native of Jacksonville, Fla. "I'm going to take an English course next; I'll take every course I can."

Through NCPACE, Sailors can earn college credits while on active duty at sea for only the cost of books. Civilian instructors embark on ships for six to eight weeks and teach a variety of courses, which are chosen based on Sailors' interests and needs.

During the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group's recently completed composite training unit exercise, several Sailors participated in a general psychology class taught by Dr. Pamela Smilo of San Diego.

In order to accommodate Sailors' hectic schedules, the course was taught twice a day.

"There are definitely challenges," said Smilo. "You can't teach a class during a fire drill. But there are also benefits, like small class sizes, which many students use to their advantage."

Shoup is currently deployed as part of the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group” (Ref. Story Number: NNS100911-11 - Release Date: 9/11/2010 11:35:00 PM - By Lt. Jacquelyn R. Bengfort, USS Shoup (DDG-86) Public Affairs, USS SHOUP, At Sea (NNS)).

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=55910

 

Lt. Benton Garrett, from Ingleside, Texas, a chaplain aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), raises the chalice in the ship's chapel during Catholic Mass.

 

100914-N-4973M-014 - PACIFIC OCEAN (Sept. 14, 2010) - Lt. Benton Garrett, from Ingleside, Texas, a chaplain aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72)  raises the chalice in the ship's chapel during Catholic Mass. Abraham Lincoln is deployed as part of the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group conducting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Brian Morales/Released) http://www.navy.mil/list_single.asp?id=91699

 

Logistic Specialist Seaman Luis Soltero, from Los Angeles, left, and Logistic Specialist Seaman Ryan Duff, from Middletown, Ohio,

 

101012-N-4997L-006 - PACIFIC OCEAN (Oct. 12, 2010) - Logistic Specialist Seaman Luis Soltero, from Los Angeles, left, and Logistic Specialist Seaman Ryan Duff, from Middletown, Ohio, inventory supplies aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72)/ The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is on a scheduled deployment to the U.S. 7th and 5th Fleet areas of responsibility supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts to establish conditions for regional stability. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jerine Lee/Released) http://www.navy.mil/list_single.asp?id=92672

 

Senior Chief Interior Communications Electrician Marc Oden, participates in a

 

101101-N-2821G-084 - GULF OF OMAN (Nov. 1, 2010) - Senior Chief Interior Communications Electrician Marc Oden, participates in a "jump rope for jocks" training session in the hangar bay of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72).The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is on a scheduled deployment to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alan Gragg/Released) http://www.navy.mil/list_single.asp?id=93591

 

Michael Henry, right, speaks with his son, Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Corey Henry, assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72),

 

101105-N-6092D-056 - ARABIAN GULF (Nov. 5, 2010) - Michael Henry, right, speaks with his son, Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Corey Henry, assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) for the first time in three years. The younger Henry was flown over to the Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Joshua Humphreys (T-AO-188) where his father works during a refueling with Abraham Lincoln. The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Christopher Dollar/Released) http://www.navy.mil/list_single.asp?id=94014

 

Lincoln Sailor Reunites With Father While Deployed in Arabian Gulf

 

“A Sailor aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72), reunited with his father on 5 November 2010 in the Arabian Gulf, after three years of being apart.

Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Corey Henry, a native of Ingleside, Texas, reunited with his father Michael during an underway fuel replenishment between
Lincoln and the Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Joshua Humphreys (T-AO-188), a ship on which Michael is currently underway, also as a boatswain's mate.

The two had not seen each other since November 2007 when they last met in Little Creek, Va., while the younger Henry was at the Standard Tension Replenishment Along Side Method school.

Their busy schedules have kept them apart, but despite the operational pace, Henry found a way to see his father.

"Today was the best day I've had in three years," said Corey Henry,
USS Abraham Lincoln Deck department assistant leading petty officer. "It was great to see my dad again."

Henry and his father have tried several times to reunite over the past three years, sometimes missing out on the opportunity by only a few days.

"I spoke with my chief and eventually my request worked its way up through the chain-of-command," said Corey Henry. "My father's captain coordinated with my captain and the public affairs officer and we had the whole thing planned by November 3rd."

"It's very special," he said. "To be able to see my dad, even if we only got a couple hours; it means a lot to me."

The Henry's hope to reunite again in late spring or early summer upon returning from their deployments.

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is deployed to the U.S. 5
th Fleet area of responsibility in support of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts to establish conditions for regional stability” (Ref. Story Number: NNS101111-13 - Release Date: 11/11/2010 4:39:00 PM - By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Christopher Dollar, Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=57156

 

Lincoln Sailors on Track to Lose a Ton During Deployment

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Sailors have lost nearly 1,000 pounds in just more than a month, as of 8 November 2010, as part of a ship-wide weight-loss competition. The Lincoln Health Promotions Committee modeled the competition after "The Biggest Loser" TV show. Teams of two Sailors each vie to lose the most combined weight (by percentage) during a 72-day period. The weight loss measured to date includes totals reported at voluntary periodic weigh-ins.

Chief Hospital Corpsman Michael Zarella, the committee co-chair, helps coordinate the weight loss program in tandem with the on board Morale, Welfare and Recreation fitness class instructors. Zarella said the program was part of a larger effort to encourage greater health overall. "We're trying to instill a culture of fitness into the
Abraham Lincoln crew; to encourage people to work out and lead a healthy lifestyle," Zarella said.

The Health Promotions Committee is planning to begin another competition before the end of the year. "Biggest Loser" participants stand to win a variety of weekly prizes from
MWR, including gift cards and exercise gear. Grand prize winners will walk away Dec.12th with MWR travel gifts and special liberty rewards.

Lincoln's Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) office offers an assortment of exercise classes, ranging from spinning to kickboxing to Latin dance-themed aerobics. MWR offers additional fitness competitions, one of which focuses on total weight loss and another, "Black Ops", that provides a high-intensity workout.

Joey Metz,
USS Abraham Lincoln fit boss, said the hardest part of settling on a fitness routine for Lincoln Sailors, given their busy deployment schedule, is simply finding enough time to exercise. "You just have to get out there and do it," Metz said. "That's what I like about command and departmental [physical training]. You can get everybody out there."

Upcoming MWR-organized fitness events include a Thanksgiving 10K run and a Reindeer run, Dec. 17
th. Metz also plans to add a 1,000-lb. strength competition in December or January. MWR is also considering adding requested martial arts, flexibility and yoga classes.

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is deployed in the U.S. 5
th Fleet area of responsibility conducting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts to establish conditions for regional stability” (Ref. Story Number: NNS101110-04 - Release Date: 11/10/2010 4:59:00 AM - By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Seth Clarke, USS Abraham Lincoln Strike Group Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=57072

 

College Courses In High Gear During Lincoln Deployment

 

“Sailors aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) began a second college course term on 12 November 2010, reaching an enrollment of more than 400 students for the first two education terms during their 2010-2011 deployment.

"It's always good to get a degree because you never know if you are going to stay in the Navy or not," said NCPACE student, Information Systems Technician 2nd Class James Coggins. "You should continue learning, regardless of what you are doing."

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is on track to have nearly 700 students participate in college-level courses during its deployment. This estimation would put
Lincoln well ahead of the 500 student achievement previously reported by USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) as the largest afloat education program on the East Coast.

The strike group's first Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) term had 224 students enrolled, both in distance learning programs and instructor-led classes in English, philosophy, history, algebra and basic skills courses. The second term has 200 students enrolled in instructor-led classes.

Although the second term has begun, it is not too late for Sailors aboard
Lincoln to start planning for the third NCPACE term, which is scheduled to start in January 2011. Lincoln's educational service office (ESO) projected that the third term could have as many as 300 students.

Lincoln's ESO team also manages the ship's NCPACE program and various commissioning programs offered by the Navy. The ESO team plans to have a workshop in early December for all Sailors interested in taking courses for the third term.

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is deployed to the U.S. 5
th leet area of responsibility, supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts to establish conditions for regional stability” (Ref. Story Number: NNS101127-02 - Release Date: 11/27/2010 5:15:00 PM - By Aviation Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Deontee Moss, Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=57416

 

Lincoln Sailors Get the Nod in Petty Officer Advancements

 

“Petty Officer Examination results were released on 23 November 2010 and USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Sailors earned an exceptional selection rate for promotion off the September exam cycle.

Of the 1,241
Abraham Lincoln Sailors in paygrades E-3 to E-5 who participated in the September Navy-wide advancement exam, 160 (12.9%) were selected for frocking to the next paygrade. Additionally, 104 Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2 Sailors and four Abraham Lincoln Strike Group (CSG-9) staff members will be advanced. Of the 268 selected for advancement, 37 selected for petty officer first class, 96 for petty officer second class and 135 for petty officer third class.

"
Lincoln Sailors blew the test away," said Cmdr. Shelly Geringer, Lincoln's Administrative Officer, "Our Sailors impress me every day, and prove time and again that they can excel in both ship and personal goals - despite an extremely challenging work-up and deployment schedule."

According to Navy Times, 15,664 Sailors throughout the Navy will move up to the next paygrade this advancement cycle. Overall advancement is .3% greater than in the spring, from 16.4 to 16.7%.

Yeoman 2nd Class (SW/AW) Isarielina Harris, of
Abraham Lincoln's engineering dept., attributed Lincoln's advancement success to the ship's great number of mentors. "I have several mentors, and I'm a mentor to several junior personnel," Harris said. "Learning goes both ways. Everyone here is always learning from one another."

Harris, who selected this cycle for advancement to yeoman first class, said the Navy's mentor program provided her with an entire supportive community who helped prepare her for success on her exam. "A lot of our chief petty officers motivated me when I didn't feel like I could make it," she said. "I think everybody kind of needs an extra push. Having chiefs who mentor you kind of forces you to study."

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is deployed in the U.S. 5
th Fleet area of responsibility, conducting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts to establish conditions for regional stability” (Ref. Story Number: NNS101201-13 - Release Date: 12/1/2010 2:36:00 PM - By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Seth Clarke, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=57452

 

Shoup Enjoys a Thanksgiving Feast on the High Seas

 

“Though far from home while underway in the 5th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR), Sailors aboard USS Shoup (DDG-86) were treated to a lavish homestyle Thanksgiving feast on 25 November 2010.

Thanks to the hard work of the ship's culinary specialists and food service attendants, a menu including ham, green bean casserole, stuffing, cranberry sauce, pies and more was served to the grateful crew of more than 300 personnel. Twenty turkeys, a massive prime rib and a homemade cornucopia stuffed with pears, apples and dragonfruit crowned the meal.

"It took a lot of planning; everyone in the division had to work together to make it happen," said Culinary Specialist 1st Class (SW) Christopher Delacruz, a native of Irvine, Calif. "I'm very happy with the results."

Sailors were able to spend the day relaxing and recharging for their next mission following a successful 10 weeks in the 7
th Fleet AOR. Many used the opportunity to prepare holiday cards and letters to make the long journey back to the United States.

While it was difficult to be away from home during Thanksgiving, many said they were happy for the camaraderie of their shipmates and proud to be defending freedom on such an important day.

"I'm thankful for our mighty ship and mighty crew," said Commanding Officer Cmdr. Joe Nadeau, originally from San Diego, Calif., during an address to the crew.

"What you do out here makes our lives back home possible."

Shoup, homeported in Everett, Wash., is currently on a routine deployment with the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group” (Ref. Story Number: NNS101127-03 - Release Date: 11/27/2010 5:15:00 PM - By Lt. Jacquelyn R. Bengfort, USS Shoup Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=57417

 

Lincoln Hits Grand Slam in Supply Excellence

 

“Aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) won four awards for excellence in supply, food service and logistics management on 1 February 2011.

Commander Naval Air Forces (CNAF) announced
Lincoln's Retail Operations Division won the award for ship store excellence; disbursing division won for disbursing excellence; hotel services division won the Dorie P. Miller Award for Wardroom Excellence, and the chief's mess division won the Carl Scheufele Award for Chief Petty Officer Mess Excellence.

"You and your teams should be justifiably proud of these significant accomplishments," said Capt. Dave Watt, head of the inspection team, when announcing winners via e-mail.

CNAF supply officers conducted the inspections in October 2010.
Supply Divisions were graded on various criteria, including inventory and accountability, cleanliness and overall service provided.

The Dorie P. Miller and Carl Scheuefele Excellence awards recognize the most outstanding wardroom and chief petty officer food service operations within the aircraft carrier community.

The
Ship's Store Retail and Service Excellence Award recognize outstanding operation based on results of the Supply Management Inspection, conducted on board Lincoln in 2010. Nominees are then evaluated by a Navy Exchange Command representative to select the best retail operation within each Fleet.

The
Disbursing Excellence Award recognizes outstanding carrier disbursing operations based on results from the supply management inspection and an unscheduled disbursing audit.

Lt. Cmdr. Keith Jeffries,
Lincoln's assistant supply officer, said the awards were evidence of Supply Department's determination and perseverance. "These awards signify that the level of service that Lincoln Sailors receive is the best in the carrier fleet," said Jeffries.

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is deployed in the U.S. 5
th Fleet area of responsibility, conducting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts to establish conditions for regional stability” (Ref. Story Number: NNS110204-06 -Release Date: 2/4/2011 9:05:00 AM - By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Lauren Howes, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=58350

 

Lincoln Receives Battle "E" Award During Deployment

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) earned distinction as the Naval Air Forces Pacific Battle Efficiency Award winner on 2 February 2011, prevailing in an extremely close competition amongst the six aircraft carriers in the Pacific Fleet. "Winning the 'Battle E' identifies USS Abraham Lincoln as the epitome of leadership, tactical acumen, and combat preparedness within all of naval aviation," wrote Commander, Naval Air Forces (CNAF) Pacific, Vice Adm. Allen G. Myers in his congratulatory award message.

 

Earning distinction for sustained superior performance in an operational environment, the "Battle E" is the latest of several achievements earned by USS Abraham Lincoln, currently deployed in the Arabian Sea. In addition to winning the overall "Battle E" award, Lincoln won 13 of 14 departmental awards, more than any other carrier in the Navy. It's been a banner year for Lincoln, which began early January 2010 with its first underway in nine months after completing an extensive $350 million maintenance period, which was completed on time and on budget.

 

The crew then completed a satisfactory Board of Inspection and Survey assessment a mere 43 days after sea trials. In preparation for a 5th and 7th Fleet combat deployment in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and New Dawn, Lincoln spent 216 days away from its homeport in 2010, yet still increased its overall advancement rate by 21 percent and Zone A retention by 10 percent. Lincoln wrapped up deployment preparations and scored a 95.1 percent during its Final Evaluation Period almost immediately before departing its homeport of Everett, Wash., Sept. 7, 2010.

 

To date, during deployment, Lincoln has sailed across more than 36,000 nautical miles of open Ocean and conducted the safe and expeditious completion of 8,500 arrested landings. The ship and Carrier Air Wing 2 launched more than 7,000 sorties, with nearly 2,000 directly supporting troops on the ground in combat.Lincoln's Supply department recently earned a score of 96.8 percent for the 2010 Naval Air Forces Supply Management Inspection.

 

This inspection was highlighted by hotel services, disbursing, and hazardous material (HAZMAT) divisions scoring 98 percent or above, including a 100 percent accurate HAZMAT inventory, a first for an aircraft carrier. Lincoln's Media Department won the Chief of Naval Information Thompson-Ravitz Award for best internal communication program, and overall "Best in Show" among all award winners.

 

Additionally, the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department received "outstanding" results and comments on the CNAF Aviation Maintenance Management Team Aviation Maintenance Inspection, with 39 of 43 programs on-track, which was "five programs above the Fleet average."

 

Capt. John D. Alexander, Lincoln's commanding officer, said earning the Battle "E" highlights the outstanding efforts of Lincoln's crew in 2010 and 2011. "We always strive for the best, but I never put any pressure on the crew to get the 'Battle E.'" It shows the crew wanted it, and we earned it," Alexander said. "I'm very proud of each and every Lincoln Sailor."” (Ref. Story Number: NNS110204-25 -Release Date: 2/4/2011 5:37:00 PM - From USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)).

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=58375

 

Lincoln Command Master Chief Honored for Visionary Leadership

 

USS Abraham Lincoln's (CVN-72) command master chief (CMDCM) was selected as the 2011 Joy Bright Hancock Senior Enlisted Leadership Award winner on 7 February 2011.

The Sea Services Leadership Association (SSLA) selected CMDCM Susan Whitman as the recipient of the award which honors the visionary leadership of service members whose ideals and dedication foster a positive working environment for reinforcing and furthering the integration of women into the Navy.

"Since Master Chief Whitman's arrival aboard
Abraham Lincoln; morale, retention, professionalism, advancement results, inspection scores and virtually every possible metric have significantly improved," said Capt. John D. Alexander, USS Abraham Lincoln commanding officer. "These metrics signify the results gained through positive deck plate leadership."

Through Whitman's leadership,
Lincoln has earned distinction across all spectrums of operational excellence, including being named the 2010 Commander, Naval Air Forces "Battle E" winner for sustained superior performance in an operational environment. Lincoln also won 13 of 14 departmental awards, more than any other carrier in the Navy.

Currently underway for a 5
th and 7th Fleet combat deployment in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and New Dawn, Lincoln spent 216 days away from its homeport in 2010, yet still increased overall advancement rate by 23 percent; almost doubling E-4 promotions – becoming the highest scoring carrier in the Navy on the navy-wide examination. Lincoln also increased Zone A retention by 10 percent in 2010. "This is really a team award," said Whitman.

 

"I owe everything to the hard work and dedication of the Sailors in the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group, who made this past year a huge success." Whitman, a native of Piety Hill, Ill., distinguished herself from more than 90 of her peers, winning the selection board vote after more than a week of close deliberation. Whitman is one of only four female Sailors who has risen to the position of command master chief aboard an aircraft carrier in the history of the United States Navy.

The Joy Bright Hancock winners will be honored at the 2011 SSLA Women's Leadership Symposium in San Diego, Calif. on 15 March 2011” (Ref. Story Number:
NNS110210-04 - Release Date: 2/10/2011 9:08:00 AM - By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Arif Patani, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Public Affairs - ARABIAN SEA (NNS)).

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=58496

 

DESRON Commander Speaks to Singaporean Students About Leadership, Opportunities

 

Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 9, spoke to a class of students from National University of Singapore School of Public Policy on 17 February 2011, during a port visit to Singapore by USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72).

 

Capt. Carol A. Hottenrott, the senior-most female among the nearly 7,000 men and women of the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group (CSG), spoke about her experiences as a woman in the military and the impact women can have in the world. She also gave the students advice and discussed how to build a successful career without letting gender differences limit one's opportunities.

 

"It's an honor to give these women an example of possibilities," said Hottenrott. "Opportunities for women are plentiful, and it is wonderful to see how the world is changing and becoming more open-minded." Many students and faculty attended the session, including Dr. Suzaina Kair, the university's senior lecturer.

 

"The lecture was so inspiring for me and my students," said Kadir. "Women succeeding in the military and civilian world is still new in Singapore, so hearing what Captain Hottenrott had to say showed us what is necessary for us to succeed. But most importantly, this experience opened doors and showed us that it is possible.

 

After the lecture, the students were given a tour of the ship's hangar bay, flight deck, bridge and mess decks. "It was wonderful to see the ship and speak with Capt. Hottenrott," said Kadir. "This was overall, a great experience."

 

Abraham Lincoln CSG is in the U.S. 7th Fleet's area of responsibility as part of a routine deployment to promote peace, cooperation and stability in the region. The ships of the strike group currently reach all corners of 7th Fleet, from USS Shoup in Australia to USS Halsey underway near Hong Kong, and USS Cape St. George visiting Phuket, Thailand.

 

Abraham CSG consists of flagship USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72), embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2, San Diego-based guided-missile cruiser USS Cape St. George (CG-71), and the embarked DESRON 9. Ships assigned to DESRON 9 include the Everett-based destroyers Momsen (DDG-92) and Shoup (DDG-86), as well as USS Halsey (DDG-97) and USS Sterett (DDG-104)” (Ref. Story Number: NNS110220-03 - Release Date: 2/20/2011 8:35:00 PM - By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jerine Lee, Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group Public Affairs). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=58717

 

Lincoln Sailors Volunteer at Horse-Riding Therapy Center in Singapore

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) and embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2 Sailors volunteered to help the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) during a port visit to Singapore on 17 February 2011.

As part of an organized community service project, the Sailors cleaned horse stables, windows, fences and painted signs at the RDA facility. RDA is an organization that provides free, therapeutic horse riding lessons to children and adults with disabilities, from all over Singapore.

Cmdr. Thomas Webber,
USS Abraham Lincoln command chaplain, said volunteers are performing important work that the RDA staff lacks the time and manpower to do.

"These Sailors are glad to be able to help," Webber said. "They'll be tired when they're done, but their hearts will be more full of joy because of it."

RDA Head Instructor Rosemary Ratcliffe, said the efforts of the
Lincoln Sailors and other volunteers enable the facility's staff members to focus their time and efforts on making a difference in children's lives.

"It's a great help," Ratcliffe said. "When the ship came in, we were certainly able to find plenty for the Sailors to do. They're always welcome here."

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is operating in U.S. 7
th Fleet's area of responsibility, as part of a routine deployment to promote peace, cooperation and stability in the region. The ships of Lincoln Strike Group currently reach all corners of 7th Fleet, from the USS Shoup in Australia, to USS Halsey underway near Hong Kong, and USS Cape St. George visiting Phuket, Thailand” (Ref. Story Number: NNS110217-13 - Release Date: 2/17/2011 3:26:00 PM - By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Seth Clarke, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Public Affairs - SINGAPORE (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=58717

 

Lincoln Sailors Visit Singapore Zoo

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Sailors visited the Singapore Zoo on 18 February 2011, while the ship was in port for a scheduled visit.

The zoo features more than 3,000 animals spread throughout 56 acres of land.

"Seeing the white tigers was an amazing and rare opportunity," said Aviation Support Equipment Technician 3rd Class Cody Reeves.

The zoo is set up to separates animals based on their natural geographic location.

"I really liked the wide variety of animals the zoo had available to view," said Aviation Support Equipment Technician 3rd Class Jesse Garner. "I saw more African animals in the Wild Africa portion of the zoo here, than I have seen at several zoos back home combined."

As soon as you enter the zoo you are greeted by free-ranging cotton-top Tamarins (monkeys) and exotic birds. As opposed to glass or steel bars, moats separate visitors from the majority of the animal sanctuaries.

"The zoo had more of an interactive feel because there were fewer cages and barricades separating us from the animals," said Aviation Support Equipment Technician Airman Nathan Byarley.

The zoo offers guests the chance to interact with many of the animals through live shows, exhibits, hands-on feeding programs, a petting zoo, pony and elephant riding areas, and photo opportunities.

The Singapore Zoo was one of many tour options available to Sailors on liberty through
Lincoln's Moral, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) program.

"Visiting the zoo gave me a chance to relax and set my own pace for the day," said Byarley, who has taken advantage of several
MWR tours at previous ports.

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is currently in the U.S. 7
th Fleet's area of responsibility, as part of a routine deployment to promote peace, cooperation and stability in the region” (Ref. Story Number: NNS110218-12 - Release Date: 2/18/2011 10:54:00 AM - By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Lauren Howes, USS Abraham, SINGAPORE (NNS)).

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=58680

 

 

 

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) 2010 YEAR END REPORT, Chapter XXVI, Appendix I and Chapter XXVI,

Appendix II

 USS CORAL SEA (CV 43)

Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw, A Sailors tale of his Tour of duty in the U.S. Navy (August 1977 to February 1983)

 

A Sailors Tale of His Tour of Duty in the U. S. Navy (August 1977 to February 1983) Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw

(24 April 1980)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

978-1-4276-0454-5

EBook - ISBN NO.

978-1-329-15473-5

 

Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw (24 April 1980) Iran and Air Arm History (1941 to Present)

 

Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw (24 April 1980) Iran and Air Arm History (1941 to 2016)

 

Book ISBN NO.

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EBook ISBN NO.

978-1-329-19945-3

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA  Vol. I (10 July 1944 to 31 December 1975)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA Vol. I

(10 July 1944 to 31 December 1975) -

 

Book ISBN NO.

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EBook ISBN NO.

978-1-329-54596-0

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. II (1 January 1976 to 25 August 1981)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. II (1 January 1976 to

25 August 1981) -

 

Book ISBN NO.

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EBook ISBN NO.

978-1-329-54790-2

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. III (20 August 1981 to 26 April 1990)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. III (20 August 1981 to 26 April 1990) -

 

Book ISBN NO.

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EBook ISBN NO.

978-1-329-55111-4

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History Vol. I (27 December 1982 to 6 May 2003)

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History Vol. I  (27 December 1982 to

6 May 2003)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

To Be Announced

EBook - ISBN No.

978-1-365-73794-7

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History Vol. II (7 May 2003 to 13 January 2010)

 

USS Abraham Lincoln

(CVN-72) History Vol. II

(7 May 2003 to 13 January 2010)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

To Be Announced

EBook - ISBN NO.

978-1-365-74027-5

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History Vol. III (14 January 2010 to 31 December 2012)

 

 

USS Abraham Lincoln

(CVN-72) History Vol. III

(14 January 2010 to

31 December 2012)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

To Be Announced

EBook - ISBN No.

978-1-365-74145-6

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History of Refueling and Complex Overhaul (RCOH)  (1 January 2013 to 2017)

 

USS Abraham Lincoln

(CVN-72) History of

Refueling and Complex

Overhaul (RCOH)

(1 January 2013 to 2017

Sea Trials) Volume IV

 

Book - ISBN NO.

To Be Announced

EBook - ISBN No.

978-1-365-74587-4

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER SHIP HISTORY (1920 to 2016)

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER SHIP HISTORY (1920 to 2016)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

978-1-4276-0465-1

EBook - ISBN NO.

978-1-365-25019-4

Library of Congress

Control Number: 

2008901616

(Book Version)

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIERS REDESIGNATED AND OR RECLASSIFIED (1953 to 2016)

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT

CARRIERS

REDESIGNATED

AND OR

RECLASSIFIED

(1953 to 2016)

 

BOOK - ISBN NO.

978-1-4276-0452-1

EBook - ISBN NO.

978-1-365-25041-5

Library of Congress

(Book Version)

2008901619

 

ENERGY QUEST AND U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER DEPLOYMENT HISTORY INVESTMENT CAPITAL REQUIRED TO PUBLISH 55 EIGHTH HUNNDRED PAGE BOOKS AND EBOOKS (48 Navy Books)

 

ENERGY QUEST AND U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER DEPLOY. HISTORY INVESTMENT CAPITAL REQUIRED TO PUBLISH 55 EIGHTH HUNNDRED PAGE BOOKS, EBOOKS & CD’s (48 Navy Books)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

To Be Announced

EBook - ISBN No.

978-1-365-26038-4