The French nuclear aircraft carrier Charles-de-Gaulle, March 13, 2020 in Brest.

Covid-19: Charles-de-Gaulle Arrived in Toulon, 1,900 Sailors to be Placed in Isolation

The French nuclear aircraft carrier Charles-de-Gaulle arrived on Sunday 12th April 2020 in Toulon. 1900 sailors will be placed in medical isolation. Unpublished operation Sunday 12th April 2020 for the navy, faced with the anticipated return to Toulon of the nuclear aircraft carrier Charles-de-Gaulle due to new coronavirus on board. 1,900 sailors will be dispatched for two-week medical isolation in sites in […]

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The origin of the coronavirus contamination of the aircraft carrier is currently unknown.

Coronavirus: 50 Members of the French Aircraft Carrier Charles de Gaulle Tested Positive

Three sailors were evacuated “as a preventive measure” and transferred by helicopter to a French hospital, the Ministry of the Armies announced on Friday 10th April 2020. Doubts hovered yesterday over the situation aboard the Charles de Gaulle. This Friday 10th April 2020, 24 hours after the announcement of a suspected case of coronavirus among the crew of the […]

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In Saint-Nazaire, 180 Egyptians will awaken the sleepy Mistral

Mistral: 180 Egyptian Sailors are Expected Soon in Saint-Nazaire

Controlled by Russia, the two Mistral ships built in Saint-Nazaire were eventually purchased by Egypt. 180 Egyptian sailors are expected within a month. Both Mistral ships, occupying the port of Saint-Nazaire for a year will soon find new occupants, after the original sale to Russia was cancelled. The new owner, namely the Egyptian Navy will send a first crew […]

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