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Flight Deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln in Everett, WA
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Flight deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln taken at sunset only a few days before deploying and leaving Everett for the last time. I'm standing where the four wire would be. Downtown Everett, the port of Everett, and Mount Baker are visible.

Copyright: Matthew normand
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