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Flight Deck of the USS Kitty Hawk

Some great photos from Brad Jones

there was actually a lot of maintenance to be done

before returning to the line

 by Brad Jones

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Uss kitty hawk flight deck maintenance

Photo from Brad Jones
 stationed aboard the USS Kitty Hawk

Click Here's a shot of the flight deck in a disassembled state.

Even though it was supposed to be 5-7 days of R & R, there was actually a lot of maintenance to be done before returning to the line. We only got to play at night and, even then, it was Cinderella Liberty. In hindsight, they did us a favor by forcing us back by midnight. The bar girls would drag us back to the gate to make sure we made it on time. They wanted us to be able to return.


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