22.10.2017

This film was produced by A Liveboat USA Production with video and photographs provided by Byron Huart. This is a quite short yet very interesting virtual tour of maybe the most well-known warship of the American Navy fleet, the sixty-second ship of the "Arleigh Burke"-class destroyers. Watch this video and you will have the full idea of the construction of this famous vessel and the general arrangement, main systems and armament.

This legendary warship was awarded with a Canadian Forces Unit Comemndation in the recognition of the truly brilliant service provided to the Canadian naval ship Protecteur damaged in the course of the fire. The video is a treasury to all naval historians, enthusiasts of the warships and naval warfare of the past times and even to the general audience. We do recommend all our visitors to watch this one when they have some time since the information provided in this short, only twenty-minute, film is something worth attention.

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15.10.2017

The video is dedicated to the world famous USS Nimitz, the genuine pride of the American Navy fleet. This is definitely the most technically sophisticated warship ever delivered; the ship has been equipped with truly devastating fire power. The USS Nimitz is the absolutely biggest aircraft carrier in the whole world. She owes her glorious success to many decades of brilliant innovations in shipbuilding.

As you must know, there have been as many as seven major development stages of the aircraft carrier design, and there have been seven key carriers accordingly, each of them corresponding to the particular stage of development. At the very heart of each of the vessels lies a major technological advance allowing for another increase in size...

USS North Carolina - 16000 tonnes, HMS Ark Royal - 28000 tonnes, USS Hornet - 34000 tonnes, USS Midway - 61000 tonnes, USS Forrestal - 81000 tonnes, USS Enterprise - 91000 tonnes, and USS Nimitz - 99000 tonnes!.. you do not have to be a shipbuilding professional to be interested in this - watch this perfectly interesting video and get impressed with the scale and technical soundness of this engineering marvel...

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22.09.2017

This documentary video film belongs to famous and popular Modern Marvels series. It is dedicated to the destroyers made during the World War Two for the Pacific theater. It includes interviews with some veterans of that war.

Destroyers was the only class of the fighting vessels that had taken on the full ferocity of the Japanese forces and eventually won the battle. After almost complete destruction of the Pacific Navy Fleet at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, Americans came to a decision to design and construct a fleet of Fletcher-class destroyers.

The film will be very interesting the enthusiasts of the naval history and wars plus everyone willing to get some more knowledge of the warships of the past. One of the best available films on the subject that has already become popular.

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11.09.2017

The video by National Geographic Channel released in 2013. Nowadays, in the world of bloody civil wars, rogue states and international terrorism, the landscape of conflict is constantly evolving with more and more deadly threats being posted to global safety daily.

This video will show how the United States Navy Fleet did enhance its combat credentials by building the new and sophisticated class of warship - the LCS, Littoral Combat Ship. Subject vessels are made of aluminum thus can be very lightweight and this allows them to operate in very shallow waters.

The film is intended to provide a thorough insight into the fleet's battle capabilities, and follows two such vessels as they are trialed before their integration into the US Navy.

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