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Vice President's Remarks at the Naming Ceremony of the USS Gerald R. Ford
Vice President Dick Cheney delivers remarks at the naming ceremony for the new U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, USS Gerald R. Ford, at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2007. "If the purpose of naming an aircraft carrier is to convey the confident spirit of our military, and the good and just causes that America serves in the world, then we have certainly accomplished that purpose here today," said the Vice President. "The name Gerald R. Ford belonged to a man who gave a lifetime of devoted service to our country, reflecting honor on the United States Navy, on the House of Representatives, on the Vice Presidency, and on the Presidency." White House photo by Paul Morse

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