The latest edition of the shipboard newscast for the USS Carl Vinson has a lot of great stories to enjoy. We learn about the Sailor who was able to check off something big on his life's "to-do" list by re-enlisting in a military helicopter. We get to see what it's like to be an air traffic controller on an aircraft carrier. Then there's story of a Sailor who works in the Vinson barber shop, and is admittedly learning on the job.
The USS Carl Vinson, called "five acres of sovereign U.S. territory" in the Persian Gulf by one Navy admiral, plays a staring role in a New York Times article about the irony of fighting a "desert war" from the floating city that is an aircraft carrier. Read More