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United States President George W. Bush greets Rear Admiral John Kelly on the flight deck after a successful trap aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) in a S-3B Viking assigned to the Blue Wolves of Sea Control Squadron Three Five (VS-35) designated "NAVY 1" on May 1, 2003.   President Bush is the first sitting President to trap aboard an aircraft carrier at sea. The President is conducting a visit aboard ship to meet with the Sailors and will address the Nation as Lincoln prepares to return from a 10-month deployment to the Arabian Gulf in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. <br />
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U.S. President Bush visits USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)
United States President George W. Bush greets Rear Admiral John Kelly on the flight deck after a successful trap aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) in a S-3B Viking assigned to the Blue Wolves of Sea Control Squadron Three Five (VS-35) designated "NAVY 1" on May 1, 2003. President Bush is the first sitting President to trap aboard an aircraft carrier at sea. The President is conducting a visit aboard ship to meet with the Sailors and will address the Nation as Lincoln prepares to return from a 10-month deployment to the Arabian Gulf in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Credit: United States Navy via CNP

Filename: 050103Bush-Carrier11.jpg
Source: Consolidated News Photos
Date: 2 May 2003
Location: USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Pacific Ocean
Credit: US Navy
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