Yokosuka Naval Base Prepares for Nuclear Aircraft Carrier

Arakaki, Glenn T.
May 2009
Engineer;May-Aug2009, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p36
Trade Publication
The article reports on the arrival of the USS George Washington, the U.S. Navy's nuclear aircraft carrier, at the Yokosuka Naval Base located in Yokosuka-shi, Japan. It describes the bilateral effort between the U.S. and Japan to prepare for the arrival. It notes that the Japan Engineer District released three P-998 multimillion-dollar military construction (MILCON) contracts worth 67 million U.S. dollars.


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