4/08/2013

Magnificent Aircraft Carriers


Magnificent Aircraft CarriersFor the first time, the 11 aircraft carrier force is solely nuclear-powered, comprised of USS Enterprise (CVN 65) and 10 ships of the Nimitz class. USS George H. W. Bush (CVN 77), the last of the Nimitzclass carriers, was delivered to the Navy in May 2009. The day after that delivery, the commissioning pennant was lowered on the last fossil-fueled carrier, USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63), after completing more than 48 years of active service. Although George H. W. Bush will include many upgrades and improvements, service life allowances (such as weight and center of gravity, electrical load margin, material handling, and future weapon requirements) constrain the further growth of the Nimitz-class design. Consequently, a new design was approved to ensure the aircraft carrier’s role as the centerpiece of the 21st-century carrier strike group.

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