Midshipman Training Cruise

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USS Wisconsin (BB-64) - The Korean War (1950–1952) - Post Korean War (1952–1981)
... On 9 June, Wisconsin resumed her role as a training ship, taking midshipmen to Greenock, Scotland Brest, France and Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, before returning to Norfolk ... remained in the Atlantic fleet throughout 1952 and into 1953, training midshipmen and conducting exercises ... underwent a brief overhaul and commenced a midshipman training cruise on 12 July ...
USS Arnold J. Isbell (DD-869) - After Korean War
... Her next six and one-half months were devoted to yard work and refresher training ... She again served as a training ship for Nationalist Chinese naval forces and then steamed with the fast carrier task force in Philippine waters ... Following repairs and training, Arnold J ...

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