Two U.S. Navy aircraft carriers to return to home ports
Two U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and the ships in their battle groups will leave the Gulf region this week and return to their home ports, a U.S. defense official said Monday.
The departure of the USS Kitty Hawk and the USS Constellation reflects a winding down of the air campaign, although the Pentagon is still sending more ground forces to Kuwait and Iraq.
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