Palm Springs Adopts Two More Units

Atkinson, Peter
April 2010
Sea Power;Apr2010, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p50
The article offers new briefs in the U.S. . The Palm Springs, California Council adopted two more units including the guide-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay in San Diego and the Navy Assault Craft Unit (ACU) in Coronado. The Mayport, Florida Council visits the first Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) when the ship made a port call to the Naval Station in January 2010. The chief of naval operations Admiral Gary Roughead was the keynote speaker during the Fort Lauderdale, Florida Council's Seven Seas Gala.


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