MEDITERRANEAN SEA — Navy Vice Adm. J. "Boomer" Stufflebeem meets with his senior advisors during a joint task force (JTF) planning meeting onboard USS Mount Whitney here. U.S. European C
MEDITERRANEAN SEA — Navy Vice Adm. J. "Boomer" Stufflebeem meets with his senior advisors during a joint task force (JTF) planning meeting onboard USS Mount Whitney here. U.S. European Command has been directed by the Department of Defense to assume authority for U.S. military support operations in the vicinity of Lebanon and the eastern Mediterranean effective Aug. 23, 2006. The USS Mount Whitney, a 6th Fleet command ship, which got underway Aug. 17, 2006, from its homeport in Gaeta, Italy, will initially take up a position off the coast of Lebanon to command and control U.S. military support to humanitarian efforts in the region. JTF-Lebanon will continue to assist the U.S. Embassy in Beirut and will be postured to support humanitarian relief operations that are directed by the Department of Defense. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Rosa Larson.)
MEDITERRANEAN SEA — Navy Vice Adm. J. "Boomer" Stufflebeem meets with his senior advisors during a joint task force (JTF) planning meeting onboard USS Mount Whitney here. U.S. European Command has been directed by the Department of Defense to assume authority for U.S. military support operations in the vicinity of Lebanon and the eastern Mediterranean effective Aug. 23, 2006. The USS Mount Whitney, a 6th Fleet command ship, which got underway Aug. 17, 2006, from its homeport in Gaeta, Italy, will initially take up a position off the coast of Lebanon to command and control U.S. military support to humanitarian efforts in the region. JTF-Lebanon will continue to assist the U.S. Embassy in Beirut and will be postured to support humanitarian relief operations that are directed by the Department of Defense. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Rosa Larson.)
MEDITERRANEAN SEA — Navy Vice Adm. J. "Boomer" Stufflebeem meets with his senior advisors during a joint task force (JTF) planning meeting onboard USS Mount Whitney here. U.S. European Command has been directed by the Department of Defense to assume authority for U.S. military support operations in the vicinity of Lebanon and the eastern Mediterranean effective Aug. 23, 2006. The USS Mount Whitney, a 6th Fleet command ship, which got underway Aug. 17, 2006, from its homeport in Gaeta, Italy, will initially take up a position off the coast of Lebanon to command and control U.S. military support to humanitarian efforts in the region. JTF-Lebanon will continue to assist the U.S. Embassy in Beirut and will be postured to support humanitarian relief operations that are directed by the Department of Defense. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Rosa Larson.)
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