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Ahead of Biden visit, San Diego-based carrier to dock in Japan

USS Abraham Lincoln to make port call at Yokosuka with crew of 4,800

The USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier leaves San Diego Bay on January 3.    © U.S. Navy

TOKYO -- The American aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln will make a port call at Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan on Saturday morning, local authorities said on Friday.

The San Diego-based carrier will enter the base, which sits south of Tokyo and is home to the USS Ronald Reagan carrier, with a crew of 4,779, according to the city of Yokosuka.

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