USS Minneapolis-St. Paul crew celebrate Navy's 244th birthday, unveil official crest

Updated: October 13, 2019 03:29 PM

Crew members of the USS Minneapolis-St. Paul helped celebrate the Navy's 244th birthday and unveiled the official crest of the new vessel Saturday morning

The vessel was christened in June and is currently undergoing sea trials on the Great Lakes. 


Members of the Jacksonville, Florida based crew traveled to the Twin Cities to help learn about the name sake of the ship that they will represent in ports around the world. 

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