U.S. Navy Aircraft Carriers Support All Troops
Posted January 27, 2009on:
U.S. Navy aircraft carriers provide a variety of achievable responses for the National Command Authority. Whenever there is a crisis such as a war or other type of conflict, the first defense to be deployed are the U.S. Navy aircraft carriers. Aircraft carriers operate and support various aircraft that engage in attacks on other aircrafts, ships at sea in ground troops that threaten free usage of waters, additionally they engage in support of other forces.
There are nine operational U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and one under construction as of today. The largest warships in the world are called Nimitz-class carriers; the next generations of aircraft carriers are called the Gerald R. Ford Class which began construction in 2007 and should be completed by 2015 and will also replace the USS enterprise.
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