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USS Ross Arrives in Norway
The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71) arrived for a scheduled port visit in Trondheim, Norway, July 4, 2017, to enhance U.S.-Norway relations as the two nations work towards a stable and secure Europe.
The ship’s presence in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations is a demonstration of our continued commitment to the collective security and NATO under Operation Atlantic Resolve.
While in Trondheim, Cmdr. Bryan Gallo, commanding officer, and Cmdr. David Coles, executive officer, will be visiting with the city mayor and deputy chief of police.
“USS Ross is committed to uphold our agreements with our NATO allies and partners. Our port visit to Norway reaffirms our mutual multinational goals to work together to maintain regional stability and secure maritime partnerships. On behalf of my crew, we greatly look forward to visiting this beautiful country.”
Cmdr. Bryan S. Gallo
commanding officer, USS Ross (DDG 71)