AIRCRAFT CARRIERS HISTORY
Roaming majesticly over the oceans of the world, the modern aircraft carrier is the largest warship ever to sail the seas. Displacing over ninety thousand tons, more than one thousand feet long and over two hundred feet wide, with four armored steel decks towering above the water, a nuclear powered Nimitz class carrier can transport six thousand men on a voyage of one million nautical miles at top speed exceeding forty knots. Capable of accommodating nearly ninety aircrafts on the deck, the modern aircraft carrier is one of the most complex and powerful surface ships in nautical history...
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