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This carrier gets its name from our first President, George Washington, who used the words "The Spirit of Freedom" when he was describing the mood of the people in a letter to a fellow patriot during the American Revolution.
The USS George Washington, a nuclear-powered aircraft supercarrier, was given the official seal of approval by First Lady Barbara Bush on July 4, 1992, in Norfolk, Virginia. The homeport for the USS George Washington is Yokosuka Naval Base in Yokosuka, Japan. The flight deck alone is 4.5 acres with room for over 80 aircraft and this carrier can accommodate a crew of 6,250. The two nuclear reactors on board permit the ship to go almost 18 years before needing to refuel and it can go as fast as 30+ knots.
The ship has been recognized with many awards in its short life and more are sure to come.
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The historic White House Rose Garden is captured in a real preserved scarlet red rose suspended in a hanging blown glass glove that is breathtaking. The velvety rose pedals are kept safe in the glass enclosure and do not require any special maintenance to retain their vibrant color and softness for years to come. This wonderful ornament will bring grace and cheer to your next special occasion.Click for More Details
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