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Sizing Up America’s Aircraft Carriers of the Future APRIL 25, 2017 | WILL EDWARDS
After weeks of uncertainty regarding its mission, the American aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson finally arrived in waters off the Korean Peninsula and began joint military exercises with Japan Sunday.
Aircraft Carriers: Bigger is Better
As I write, the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson is steaming toward the Korean Peninsula—finally. It does so at a time—as happens about once or twice per decade—when some in the policy world are questioning once again the efficacy of large-deck, nuclear-powered aircraft carriers.
Carrier Gerald R. Ford moves out of home to new digs in Norfolk
Nearly eight years after its keel was laid, the Gerald R. Ford successfully completed builder’s sea trials in the Atlantic earlier this month – a first test drive, of sorts.
A Strange and Frightening Week Reveals Precisely Why We Need a Strong Navy
The world nodded appreciatively as video footage showed cruise missiles rising from the deck of an American warship; images of destroyed Syrian airplanes; and then stock footage of jets being catapulted from the deck of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier. The message was clear: America was ready and able to defend allies and defeat foes.