U.S Navy Aircraft Carrier Ronald Reagan Leaves Japan Home Port After 9 Years

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U.S. Navy’s only Aircraft Carrier, USS Ronald Reagan, which was permanently stationed in Japan, will leave the country after having spent 9 years in the Pacific Region.

Capt. Daryle Cardone, Reagan’s commanding officer, stated that the aircraft carrier’s sailors had worked in Yokosuka all this time to maintain a free Indo-Pacific.

Reagan is nuclear-powered and belongs to the Nimitz Class. It is named in honour of the 40th President of the U.S.

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