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Artistic Expression at Sea

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Sailors assigned to the USS Carl Vinson had the opportunity to show their true colors during a recent paint night aboard the aircraft carrier as it traveled in the Sulu Sea. 

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The ship and its carrier strike group are on a scheduled deployment in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations, working to enhance alliances and partnerships while serving as a ready-response force supporting a free and open Indo-Pacific region. 

The Navy provides recreational and social activities for sailors and Marines to enhance their quality of life while they work to keep the seas safe and secure.

Paintings sit out on long tables.
Art Show
Sailors lay out artworks following an art event aboard the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson in the Sulu Sea, Jan. 10, 2022.
Photo By: Navy Seaman Sophia Simons
VIRIN: 220110-N-LP924-1045

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