On Jun 11, 2020, the strike group warships were spread out across the Indo-Pacific. The USS Theodore Roosevelt and its strike group are operating in the Philippine Sea near Guam. The USS Nimitz strike group is in the Pacific off the U.S. West Coast. The USS Ronald Reagan has left port in Japan and is operating in the Philippine Sea south of there. Navy commanders were quick to point out that dozens of other Navy ships had been operating around the Pacific, but the three strike groups put a bit of an exclamation point on America's commitment to the region and its allies.
Rear Adm. Stephen Koehler, director of operations at Indo-Pacific Command, said the ships will continue to work with allies and partners in the region, conducting exercises at sea and patrolling contested regions.
Carrier strike group （CSG）, an operational formation of the U.S. Navy.
The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group is in the North Sea.