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A U.S. Navy guided-missile cruiser and a Military Sealift Command dry cargo ship collided Tuesday during an underway replenishment off the coast of Florida, the U.S. Navy has confirmed.
The Navy said no personnel were injured when the USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55) and USNS Robert E. Peary (T-AKE 5) made contact.
Both ships were able to safely operate after the incident.
“The ships had been conducting a replenishment-at-sea when the sterns touched at approximately 4 p.m. Eastern Standard time,” the Navy said in a statement.
“U.S. Fleet Forces Command and Military Sealift Command will thoroughly investigate this incident,” the statement added.
Damage will be assessed when the ships arrive in port.
The ships were conducting operations in conjunction with the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group.
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