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USS John C. Stennis transfers supplies from Sri Lanka

Aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) received supplies as part of a temporary cargo transfer initiative in Sri Lanka, beginning January 24, the US Navy News Service reported.A C-2A Greyhound carrier onboard delivery aircraft from Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) operated from Bandaranaike International Airport near Colombo. The C-2A received a variety of supplies transferred earlier in the week from a U.S. Navy C-40A Clipper logistics aircraft, and then flew back to John C. Stennis, which is outside Sri Lankan territorial waters.Supplies included spare parts, tools, personal mail, paper goods, and other items."Support services went well during our first stop in Sri Lanka in early December 2018," said, Lt. Cmdr. Brett Learner, Officer in Charge, VRC-30. ..............

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