10 January 2009
criminal bush family's legacy of death; war crimes continues with commissioning of uss george h w bush cvn 77
looks like the navy didnt want to name the new carrier to honor a respectable sailor. a respectable sailor, like for instance, the late chief of naval operations and one of our commanding officers when he was comcrudesgru 8, admiral jeremy m. boorda.
washington times excerpt:
Former President George H. W. Bush will be honored for his military career when the U.S. Navy commissions its new aircraft carrier Saturday at Naval Station Norfolk.
The president's son, President Bush, will speak as the Navy commissions the 1,092-foot CVN-77, which will be named the USS George H.W. Bush.
"The president is honored to participate in the commissioning of the USS George H.W. Bush both as the commander in chief and as a proud son," White House spokesman Carlton F. Carroll told The Washington Times.
On Friday, workers finished the last details on the nuclear-powered carrier, which towers 20 stories above the waterline and has a flight deck width of 252 feet. More than 10,000 people are expected to attend the 11 a.m. event Saturday, according to Navy officials.
Dorothy "Doro" Bush Koch, the former president's daughter, will give the order to "man our ship and bring her to life," following tradition. ~ read more
for those in peril on the sea
Posted by wst... at 10:46