Resumed Normal

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USS William V. Pratt (DDG-44) - History
... She returned to Norfolk in September and resumed normal 2nd Fleet operations ... The warship returned to Norfolk on 20 October and resumed 2nd Fleet operations ... The warship resumed East Coast operations until 27 August, at which time she deployed to the Mediterranean once again ...
USS Sea Robin (SS-407) - 1956 – 1970
... special operations in late 1956 and early 1957, Sea Robin resumed normal duties in the New London area until entering the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard on 24 July 1957 for a two-month overhaul ... Sea Robin participated in Operation Springboard in the early months of 1967, and resumed normal operations upon her return to New London. 1968, Sea Robin underwent overhaul at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard and upon completion resumed normal duties in the Atlantic and Caribbean ...
USS Austin (LPD-4) - 1980s
... The warship returned to Norfolk on 17 April and resumed normal operations out of that port ... Arriving back at Norfolk on 8 July, she resumed a normal schedule of operations until the beginning of September when she entered the yard at the Norfolk ... Austin resumed refresher training on 19 February and concluded it 1 March ...

Famous quotes containing the words normal and/or resumed:

    A normal adolescent is so restless and twitchy and awkward that he can mange to injure his knee—not playing soccer, not playing football—but by falling off his chair in the middle of French class.
    Judith Viorst (20th century)

    No matter how vast, how total, the failure of man here on earth, the work of man will be resumed elsewhere. War leaders talk of resuming operations on this front and that, but man’s front embraces the whole universe.
    Henry Miller (1891–1980)