In Times of Crisis, They are a Mercy and a Comfort — Reblog of Hospital Ships in the US Navy

Yesterday, President Trump announced he was sending one hospital ship to New York City and the Navy’s second hospital ship to somewhere on the West Coast.  Many of you may wonder what’s taking so long.  Click here to find out more.

USNS Mercy gliding out of San Diego Harbor
USNS (United States Naval Ship) Mercy (T-AH-10) leaving San Diego Bay October 2019

2 thoughts on “In Times of Crisis, They are a Mercy and a Comfort — Reblog of Hospital Ships in the US Navy”

  1. It is a great help that they are going to give in view of the fact that a large number of infected people are coming, according to the figures that are currently being given. Hospitals at any time will be insufficient.

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  2. They are impressive and have been used for many humanitarian crises over the years. Thanks for taking the time for commenting. Stay Safe, Manuel. Still good here in Central Virginia although more things are closed each day.

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