USS Harry S. Truman Starts Maintenance

USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) transited the Elizabeth River and entered Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) Nov. 5 to begin its carrier incremental availability.

Capt. Bob Roth, Truman’s commanding officer, expressed the pride he has in the work Truman Sailors completed while preparing to begin the maintenance availability at NNSY.

The transition to NNSY will be a stark change in working and living environments for Truman Sailors, many of whom will experience life in the shipyard for the first time. Command Master Chief Raymond Kemp stressed teamwork and professionalism will be keys to Truman’s success.

A successful yard period will take close cooperation between the crew and NNSY workers.

With dignity and respect as our foundation for our working relationships and the material condition of the ship, I am confident that we can successfully complete this carrier incremental availability.

Roth shared Kemp’s sentiments and said he is fully confident in the crew’s ability to complete a successful availability in a demanding environment.

Press release, Image: US Navy

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