They began leaving on military transport flights today, June 12.
USS Roosevelt sailors who return to the United States are required to complete a 14-day-restriction-of-movement (ROM) sequester upon arrival.
The sailors will be under the restriction-of-movement sequester at their homes or at military facilities near their home stations in accordance with NAVADMIN 155/20. All Sailors returning to the United States meet CDC and U.S. Navy recovery guidance and Return to Work criteria in accordance with NAVADMIN 155/20.
The USS Roosevelt and Carrier Air Wing 11 completed carrier qualifications on June 2 and returned to Apra Harbor, Guam to embark approximately a thousand Sailors ashore who met return-to-work criteria for operational units. The TR departed Guam to continue its scheduled deployment in the Indo-Pacific on June 4. Sailors who met return to work criteria after the brief stop for personnel were flown to TR via airlift.
Theodore Roosevelt is the nation’s fourth Nimitz-class aircraft carrier with a crew of nearly 5,000 Sailors who support and conduct air operations at sea. Theodore Roosevelt departed San Diego for a scheduled Indo-Pacific deployment January 17.