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160831-N-WF272-047  PACIFIC OCEAN (Aug. 31, 2016) Military Sea Command fleet…

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Friday Firepower: Awesome high-res Aircraft Carriers (23 HQ Photos)

Navy, the second World War ushered in The Aircraft Carrier that brought the fight to the enemy on a combination of water and air!

Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)

Thursday April the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN was operating off Alaska's coast during exercise Northern Edge.

The 9th Tactical Fighter Squadron "Strigon" was launched from the Aigaion in an attempt to intercept the Emmerian aircraft, but were soon shot down. Description from deviantart.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Airborne Aircraft Carrier trope as used in popular culture. First came legends of Winged Humanoids and Floating …

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Unfinished Japanese aircraft carrier "Aso" at the dismantling in Tainouchi, near Kure, 1948.  "Aso" is a light aircraft carrier of the "Unryu" type (15 units were ordered, 6 were built, 3 were completed, had no time to participate in combat operations), was released in June 1943, released in November 1944, January 1945, when the ship was 60% ready. In 1947, it was dismantled

Unfinished Japanese aircraft carrier "Aso" at the dismantling in Tainouchi, near Kure, 1948. "Aso" is a light aircraft carrier of the "Unryu" type (15 units were ordered, 6 were built, 3 were completed, had no time to participate in combat operations), was released in June 1943, released in November 1944, January 1945, when the ship was 60% ready. In 1947, it was dismantled

959 Likes, 10 Comments - Military planes and choppers. (@instawarplanes) on Instagram: “Sukhoi Su-33 of Russian Navy taking off from the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov . ➖ ➖ ➖ ➖ ➖ ➖…”

959 Likes, 10 Comments - Military planes and choppers. (@instawarplanes) on Instagram: “Sukhoi Su-33 of Russian Navy taking off from the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov . ➖ ➖ ➖ ➖ ➖ ➖…”

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