The USS Lincoln is the fifth instance of a Nimitz-class carrier, the largest warship in the world. It just got the Navy’s first CO, Capt. Amy N. Bauernschmidt. https://news.usni.org/2020/12/23/first-female-nuclear-carrier-co-will-command-uss-abraham-lincoln
Not sure what this post has to do with Cal Athletics but I will say that my nephew (a UC Davis grad.) completed his F/A-18 Super Hornet training on the Abraham Lincoln last September when he made his first night landing on an aircraft carrier. However, he did receive his commission at Cal along with four other ROTC cadets (two from Davis, two from Cal and one from the 'Furd). I think that the thing I will always remember about that day is when his detachment commander addressed all the assembled parents and families and told them; "Your sons and daughters have been fortunate to have been exposed to some of the greatest minds in science, law and diplomacy here at UC Berkeley [where they did most of their ROTC training] and I am confident that they will take what they have learned here and use it to better serve the Navy and our nation." You would be surprised at how many people thought that ROTC training at Cal would turn their sons or daughters into pot-smoking hippies instead of fine, young officers. Sheeesh....Go Bears.
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