The hospital ship USNS Comfort has left Baltimore for the last time, and a quarter century relationship comes to an end.
It was Mikulski vs. the Navy on Capitol Hill, in a tug of war over the hospital ship Comfort and whether it would stay in Baltimore or move to Virginia.
U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) urged the U.S. Navy to keep the USNS Comfort in the Port of Baltimore.
Our loss, the Navy’s gain. There’s new information on why the Navy is moving the hospital ship USNS Comfort from Baltimore to Norfolk, Va.
From wars to disasters, the Navy hospital ship Comfort always found its way to Baltimore. But not for much longer.
The USNS Comfort is back in Baltimore after leaving in March for a humanitarian mission.
The hospital ship USNS Comfort steamed into Baltimore Thursday night from a five-month humanitarian mission. The ship is back in port at the Canton Pier.
The Navy says the Baltimore-based hospital ship USNS Comfort is preparing for a new mission to Central and South America and the Caribbean.