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Norfolk, Va. — More than 5,000 Sailors aboard the aircraft carrier George H.W. Bush and the guided missile destroyer USS Truxtun will come home to Norfolk on Saturday, November 15th. We will stream the homecoming live on wtkr.com. The ships were …
News Channel3 · ByMatt Knight · 11/10/2014
The USS Truxtun and the USS Taylor will be the only two ships in the US Navy close to the Russian Black Sea fleet, but why is the ship being positioned so close to Ukraine in the first place? Fortunately, the ultimatum did not lead to open fighting, but ...
The Inquisitr · 3/7/2014
NAPLES, Italy — A U.S. guided-missile destroyer is bound for the Black Sea in what the Navy calls a routine visit unrelated to events in Ukraine. The USS Truxtun, an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer with about 300 sailors on board, departed Greece early ...
Stars and Stripes · BySteven Beardsley · 3/6/2014
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CONSTANTA, Romania (NNS) -- The guided missile destroyer USS Truxtun (DDG 103) arrived in Romania for a scheduled port visit on Saturday, Mar. 8. Truxtun is to partner with regional NATO Allies and participate in a series of routine multilateral naval ...
navy.mil · 3/9/2014
Aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush and guided missile destroyer USS Truxtun are part of the group finishing a nine-month deployment. “I just know it wore on them to be away from family and friends so it really pulled us together as a team and as a ...
WAVY News 10 · 11/16/2014
The US Navy said in a statement that the USS Truxtun left Greece on Thursday on the way to the Black Sea and was going to conduct training with the Romanian and Bulgarian navy. “While in the Black Sea, the ship will conduct a port visit and routine ...
RT · 3/7/2014
The USS Truxtun, a U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer, is heading to the Black Sea for what the U.S. military on Thursday described as a "routine" deployment that was scheduled well before the crisis in Ukraine. The USS Truxtun, a U.S. Navy …
Turkish Press · 3/7/2014
Early Thursday morning, the USS Truxtun, an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, was deployed from Greece towards the Black Sea. The move comes as part of supposedly scheduled and routine drill procedures with the Romanian and Bulgarian naval forces in …
WebProNews · 3/6/2014
Guided-missile destroyer USS Truxtun (DDG 103) has left the Royal Jordanian Naval Base, just outside of Aqaba, Jordan, following a four-day logistics stop, and a change of command. The Navy informs that in the change of command ceremony former …
Marine Link · 5/1/2014
The USS Truxtun left Greece’s Souda Bay on March 6 to join a training mission with the Romanian and Bulgarian naval forces in the Black Sea. This footage released by the US Navy shows the guided-missile destroyer casting off from Souda Bay, Crete.
Yahoo News · 7/28/2015