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US Navy Could Extend the service lives of USS Nimitz and USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Oldest Nimitz-class Carriers
Aircraft Carriers
US Navy to Decommission USS Nimitz in 2026, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower in 2027, 2 Independence-class LCS Set for Foreign Sales, according Long-Range Shipbuilding Plan
Brazil sinks Sao Paulo aircraft carrier even though the ship is full of asbestos
Aircraft Carriers / Military Aviation
Brazil sinks Sao Paulo aircraft carrier even though the ship is full of asbestos
Iran's First Aircraft Carrier is under construction (It will be a Drone Aircraft Carrier obtained from Converted Merchant Ship and it’s expected To Be Launched In 2023)
Aircraft Carriers / Drones / Military Aviation
Iran’s First Aircraft Carrier is under construction (It will be a Drone Aircraft Carrier obtained from Converted Merchant Ship and it’s expected To Be Launched In 2023)
Here’s why it Took four Weeks to Scuttle USS America, the Only Supercarrier Ever Sunk
Aircraft Carriers / Military Aviation / U.S. Navy
Did you know that it Took four Weeks to Scuttle USS America, the Only Supercarrier Ever Sunk? Here’s why.
Here’s why China does not have the World's Largest Navy, in any Meaningful Metric
Aircraft Carriers / Military Aviation
Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy Could Have 5 Aircraft Carriers, 10 Ballistic Missile Subs by 2030
Former Naval Aviator explains why Green Shirts show pilots the gross weight of their aircraft on the catapult before every launch
Aircraft Carriers / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Former Naval Aviator explains why Green Shirts show pilots the gross weight of their aircraft on the catapult before every launch
The sinking of HMS Hermes, the First Ship Designed as an Aircraft Carrier
Aircraft Carriers / Military Aviation
The sinking of HMS Hermes, the First Ship Designed as an Aircraft Carrier
US Navy Could Extend the service lives of USS Nimitz and USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Oldest Nimitz-class Carriers
Aircraft Carriers / Military Aviation
US Navy Could Extend the service lives of USS Nimitz and USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Oldest Nimitz-class Carriers
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The Imperial Japanese Navy's Ryujo: The Forgotten, Unique, one off hybrid of a Cruiser Hull with an Aircraft Carrier Superstructure Grafted on to it
Aircraft Carriers / Aviation History / Military Aviation
The Imperial Japanese Navy’s Ryujo: The Forgotten, Unique, one-off Hybrid of a Cruiser Hull with an Aircraft Carrier Superstructure Grafted on to it
Bullseye: the day a Kamikaze aircraft scored a direct hit on USS Cabot light Aircraft Carrier
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Bullseye: the day a Kamikaze aircraft scored a direct hit on USS Cabot light Aircraft Carrier
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As USS Kitty Hawk starts her final voyage to the Scrapyard, US Navy sailors fear there will never be another Aircraft Carrier turned into Museum
Aircraft Carriers / Aviation History / U.S. Navy
As USS Kitty Hawk starts her final voyage to the Scrapyard, US Navy sailors fear there will never be another Aircraft Carrier turned into Museum
US Navy Aircraft Carriers are so fast they can outrun virtually every surface ship and submarine in most sea states
Aircraft Carriers / Naval Warfare / U.S. Navy
US Navy Aircraft Carriers are so fast they can outrun virtually every surface ship and submarine in most sea states
“Climb Mount Niitaka:” a detailed description of the First Wave Attack on Pearl Harbor
Aviation History / Military Aviation
“Climb Mount Niitaka:” a detailed description of the First Wave Attack on Pearl Harbor
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US Naval Aviator explains why an F-22 pilot out of gas, with his ejection seat jammed and its canopy sealed shut could never do an emergency landing on an aircraft carrier
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
US Naval Aviator explains why an F-22 pilot out of gas, with his ejection seat jammed and its canopy sealed shut could never do an emergency landing on an aircraft carrier
The story of “Bridle Catchers,” the extensions at the front of an aircraft carrier (that have now disappeared)
Aircraft Carriers / Military Aviation / U.S. Navy
The story of “Bridle Catchers,” the extensions at the front of an aircraft carrier (that have now disappeared)
Shortage of tea on board Royal Navy HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier averted thanks to Royal Canadian Navy HMCS Winnipeg frigate
Aircraft Carriers
Shortage of tea on board Royal Navy HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier averted thanks to Royal Canadian Navy HMCS Winnipeg frigate
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