A destroyer sails into the East China Sea. Sailors spell 115 on the deck

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 A destroyer sails into the East China Sea. Sailors spell 115 on the deck


It is reported that the destroyer Peralta belongs to the twenty-third destroyer squadron based in San Diego, California. In January this year, as the convoy of the ninth carrier strike group (CSG-9) with the Roosevelt as the flagship, the destroyer went to the Regional Department of the United States Indian Pacific Command. This trip is also the first overseas deployment of the Peralta since its service in July 2017.

In February, Peralta and Russell also visited Sasebo, Japan. At the end of March, the destroyer Peralta, as a frigate, remained at sea after the outbreak of the Roosevelt aircraft carrier in Guam, and carried out deployment tasks in the operation area of the seventh fleet to support the so-called maintenance of security and stability in the Indian Pacific region of the United States Navy.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)) (); according to US media reports, five sailors infected with the new crown virus on the USS Roosevelt recovered and returned to the ship, and the test results were positive again. At present, they have been immediately transferred from the carrier and isolated. In addition, another 18 sailors in close contact with the five sailors have also been transferred from the aircraft carrier for re testing. The U.S. Navy did not say what these new developments meant for the redeployment of the nuclear powered aircraft carrier. Relevant recommendations: US destroyers illegally intrude into the southern theater of Xisha, China, respond to the foreign ministrys Refutation of Vietnams claim that Xisha Islands and Nansha Islands are the territory of China, Japans new textbook lists Diaoyu Island as its inherent territory, Chinas response source: responsible editor of Global Times: Zhang Chao, na1563

According to US media reports, five sailors infected with the new coronavirus on the Roosevelt recovered and were returned to the ship. The test results were positive again. At present, they have been immediately transferred from the aircraft carrier and isolated.

In addition, another 18 sailors in close contact with the five sailors have also been transferred from the aircraft carrier for re testing. The U.S. Navy did not say what these new developments meant for the redeployment of the nuclear powered aircraft carrier.