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Tuesday, December 03, 2013
1st of 3 Norfolk-Based Navy Ships Heading to Florida
The first of three Virginia-based Navy ships is heading to a new homeport in Florida this week.
The amphibious transport dock USS New York will leave Norfolk Naval Station on Wednesday and move to Mayport Naval Station in Jacksonville, Fla.
The Virginian-Pilot reports that the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima and the dock landing ship USS Fort McHenry will move to Mayport in 2014.
The Iwo Jima is undergoing work at a Norfolk shipyard. The Fort McHenry currently is based at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek.
The New York has a crew of about 350 sailors. The Fort McHenry has about 400 sailors and the Iwo Jima has about 1,100 sailors.