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01 September 2007 Military News

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  • Comfort Arrives in Haiti to Continue Mission Navy NewsStand 01 Sep 2007 -- After seeing thousands of patients in eight of 12 countries, hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) arrived in Port-au-Prince, Sept. 1, to continue its four-month humanitarian assistance deployment.
  • Multinational Navies Pack a Punch at FA PANAMAX 2007 Navy NewsStand 01 Sep 2007 -- A flotilla of U.S. Navy and multinational warships have teamed up and set sail Aug. 31 to promote interoperability on the high seas during Fuerzas Alidas (FA) PANAMAX 2007 off the coasts of Panama and Honduras.
  • Sailors Get Hyper-Realistic Medical Training During Seahawk 2007 Navy NewsStand 01 Sep 2007 -- Sailors from around the country took part in medical special effects and simulations, also known as hyper-realistic training during Exercise Seahawk 2007 from Aug. 13-24.
  • Seahawk 2007 Strengthens Navy, Coast Guard Maritime Security Team Navy NewsStand 01 Sep 2007 -- U.S. Navy Sailors and Coast Guardsmen combined forces Aug. 22 to conduct visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) tactics in support of Exercise Seahawk 2007.
  • Patrol Boats Enforce Maritime Security for Seahawk 2007 Navy NewsStand 01 Sep 2007 -- Sleek and quick to respond, the 34-foot Sea Ark patrol boats from Inshore Boat Unit (IBU) 16 commanded a significant presence in Exercise Seahawk 2007.
  • USS George Washington Returns to Naval Station Norfolk Navy NewsStand 01 Sep 2007 -- After completing a 11-month, $300 million availability at Norfolk Naval Shipyard on time and within budget, USS George Washington (CVN 73) (GW) returned to its homeport of Naval Station Norfolk after four days of sea trials Aug. 27-30.
  • Comfort Returns to Caribbean via Panama Canal Navy NewsStand 01 Sep 2007 -- After completing two thirds of its first full-scale humanitarian deployment, hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) transited the Panama Canal a second time Aug. 30, returning to the Caribbean Sea where it began operations June 20.

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