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A World Apart . . . What the Sea Washed Away

Command Master Chief Jeffrey Clark, Sr. and the Air Department Chiefs Mess gather on the flight deck for a group picture aboard USS George Washington (CVN 73). (U.S. Navy Photo)

By Timothy Aguirre, Communication and Outreach Division, Naval History and Heritage Command Described as a microcosm of our nation, today‚Äôs fleet leverages a palette of many colors. At sea, we wear blue camouflage and jerseys with each color of the rainbow to distinguish craft and responsibilities on flight decks. We …

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