More than 6,000 sailors with Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group returned home to friends, family and loved ones Wednesday.
Cmdr. Jonathan A. Carter relieved Cmdr. Todd D. Vance as commanding officer of the Coast Guard Cutter Legare Tuesday.
The man was taken to a local hospital with what appear to be non life-threatening.
Members of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) Eighty Three, the “Rampagers”, the “Jolly Rogers” of VFA-103 and the “Pukin’ Dogs” of VFA-143.
The Coast Guard rescued one injured mariner and four others from a grounded boat near Ocracoke Inlet.
The man was reported missing near the entrance to the Yeopim River on July 6.
Members of three fighter squadrons returned home Tuesday following an eight-month deployment.
According to the Navy, the Knighthawks started at NAS Lemoore in 1985, before moving to Oceana in 1998.
“My family’s complete now, we can go home,” Lauren Williams said, smiling.
VRC-40 – The “Rawhides” – returned home Monday, July 11. It’s been eight months since families have seen their loved ones deployed with the …
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The man had suffered a head injury.