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the port from which a ship originates of where it is registered

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Homeporting a carrier in Mayport best supports the Navy's mission and safeguards our nation's security needs.
Under the contract, the joint venture team will primarily provide environmental planning services under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Executive Order 12114 "Environmental Effects Abroad of Major Federal Actions" in support of proposed infrastructure projects relating to the homeporting of naval ships.
5136), GAO was directed to develop an independent estimate of the total federal costs for the proposed homeporting.
Shaw notes that homeporting ships in Staten Island has unique strategic advantages for the country.
showcased its all-American pride and passion for cheese by saluting nearly 8,000 crew, family and friends of the USS Ronald Reagan with four Sargento cheese-themed activities during the ship's July 23, 2004, Homeporting at the North Island Naval Station in Coronado, Calif.
The Navy subsequently prepared an environmental impact statement to evaluate a broad range of strategic home port and dispersal options for Atlantic Fleet surface ships in Mayport and on January 14, 2009, issued its decision to pursue an option that would include the first-time homeporting of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier at Mayport.