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Once a ground force (a corps or larger) has been established ashore, the MPF (F) can remain in theater as floating warehouses, return to CONUS to serve as additional sealift, or reembark its equipment for staging in preparation for follow-on missions.
When they reembark, Bacchus tries to arrange the shipwreck of the Portuguese fleet but is prevented by Venus, and Vasco da Gama is able to reach Calicut (Kozhikode, now in Kerala state, southwestern India), the end of his voyage.
51) After further consideration, Butler ordered the landing force to disengage and reembark.