AIRCRAFT CARRIERS HISTORY
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Roaming majestically over the oceans of our planet, the modern aircraft carrier is the absolutely 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 people on a remarkable voyage of approximately one million nautical miles at top speed that exceed forty knots.
This aircraft carrier is capable of accommodating about ninety aircrafts on the deck and is deservedly treated as one of the most complex and powerful surface ships in the whole nautical history. This video will be greatly interest to all naval warfare historians and naval architects since it reveals some secrets of the construction of the vessel and arrangements on board; in addition it addresses the living and service conditions for the crew members. Watching this film is definitely a very good way of spending one hour of you time.
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