The History of the U.S. Aircraft Carrier

Comment by Jim Campbell

November 5th, 2018

The video below was made in 2014.

The U.S.S. Gerald Ford had not been built then.

It is now and being nuclear powered can sail for 20 years of course with replenishment of food stuffs and other items that keep the men and women on board comfortable.

Thus, with the advent of this new technology in aircraft carrier design, this platform can project the military’s hell and fire virtually anywhere it is deemed needed.

 

 

(Source)

USS Gerald R. Ford

The USS Gerald R. Ford is the US Navy’s newest and largest aircraft carrier.

In fact, it’s the world’s largest.

Commissioned in July 2017, it is the first of the Ford-class carriers, which are more technologically advanced than Nimitz-class carriers.

Jul 16, 2018. (Source)

The  video above was released in 2014, thus accounting for the differences (Source)
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2 Responses to The History of the U.S. Aircraft Carrier

  1. Opinion says:

    The Military Might of America is beyond belief. There are so many secrets as to the weapons and aircraft on this Carrier. It has been published that just four (4) of the big bomber jets on this Carrier have the weapon capability of a Battle-Ship but can be delivered very rapidly to most points on the globe. Of course, just how many planes and what type is a classified secret. BUT, a lot comes to mind. Then of course some of these planes are remote controlled with no humans on board.

    Another fact involves the Battle Fleet composition of a Carrier Group which includes several different classes of submarines.

    All of this information is readily available on the Internet – how accurate the information is remains a secret!

    As an example, in the first Middle-East conflict, the U. S. Marines totally destroyed the entire Iraqi Republican Guard in just a couple of days – that included their war planes and tanks which numbered in the hundreds. One Marine was heard to say it was like shooting fish in a barrel. Between U. S. Marine Tanks and the A-10 Warthog plane the Iraqi’s did not have a fighting chance!

    Again, the internet has examples of these America weapons available to see in action.
    Contrary to the MSM’s constant mantra that America is lagging in technology as to the war effort, nothing could be further from the truth. American technology rules the world from computers, to aircraft to navy ships and fast boats. The America military is the best trained and equipped in all of history!

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    • JCscuba says:

      The main stream media is a ship of fool as are those who watch it. The Armaments you mention particularly the A-10 Warthog has devastating fire power with it’s gatling gun nose gun, it can hover and take off vertically big pluses and almost killed the approval of the F-15.
      The most cost-effective replacement on the chart was the F-15E Strike Eagle, a multi-role fighter and strike aircraft that replaced the F-111 Aardvark. Both cost approximately the same amount, about $80 million each. (Source)

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