Carrier Eisenhower moved from dry dock to pier

The Virginian-Pilot


The carrier Dwight D. Eisenhower left dry dock and was pushed by tug boats to a pier Tuesday at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

The ship was in dry dock since last September for maintenance, a Navy news release says.

The crew now will focus on the mess decks and critical systems in the ship’s reactor and combat systems departments operational for the next deployment.

The crew will be on board in less than a month.

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