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Composite Unit Training Exercise

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  1. COMPTUEX, or Composite Training Unit Exercise, is a rehearsal each US Navy Carrier Battle Group performs before departing for a deployment which lasts about six months

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  2. Each ship and aircraft in the battle group trains in its speciality, COMPTUEX brings ships together to project force as a battle group

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  3. COMPTUEX is an intermediate level battle group exercise designed to forge together the battle group and its components into a fully functional fighting team

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  4. COMPTUEX is a critical part in the training pre-deployment

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  5. Each Carrier Battle Group performs a rehearsal called Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) before departing for a six-month deployment

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