Ray Hammond, right, of Danville spent a week aboard the USS Carl Vinson with his son, Navy Cmdr. Jason Hammond, during a weeklong "Tiger Cruise" for sailors' families and friends in May. Jason Hammond is the ship's operations officer.
Ray Hammond, right, of Danville spent a week aboard the USS Carl Vinson with his son, Navy Cmdr. Jason Hammond, during a weeklong "Tiger Cruise" for sailors' families and friends in May. Jason Hammond is the ship's operations officer.
Ray Hammond, right, of Danville spent a week aboard the USS Carl Vinson with his son, Navy Cmdr. Jason Hammond, during a weeklong "Tiger Cruise" for sailors' families and friends in May. Jason Hammond is the ship's operations officer.

Danville man tells of rare experience with his son on USS Carl Vinson

June 07, 2012 04:49 PM

UPDATED June 08, 2012 09:01 AM

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