The Des Moines Class Cruiser - The Greatest Heavy Cruiser
War History online proudly presents this Guest Piece from Chris Knupp Determining what would have been the greatest heavy cruiser would be a challenging
Rusty Mothball Fleet
©romaMar76 All rights reserved en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forrestal_class_aircraft_carrier en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitty_Hawk_class_aircraft_carrier BREMERTON MOTHBALL FLEET USS Ranger (CV 61) Type ship: Forrestal-class aircraft carrier Length: 1,067 feet Beam: 270 feet Status: Stricken, available for donation as museum or memorial Commissioned: Aug. 10, 1957 Decommissioned: July 10, 1993 Stricken: March 8, 2004 USS Independence (CV 62) Type ship: Forrestal-class aircraft carrier Length: 1,070 feet…
Ship Photos of the Day – Pearl Harbor During RIMPAC 2016, the World’s Largest Maritime Exercise
Dozens of Navy ships from all over the world have descended on Pearl Harbor as part for Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016, the world’s largest international maritime exercise. Partic…
The sole surviving Yorktown class vessel, USS Enterprise (CV-6), decommissioned and headed for scrapping in 1958. Enterprise was the most decorated ship of WWII.
How Aircraft Carriers Work
The crew of the USS Abraham Lincoln returned home this week, after a wearying 10 months at sea. Take a tour of the U.S. military's most monumental machines, from flight deck to hangar bay to engine room.
USS Saratoga (CV-3) Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier Image (pic3)
Image used to illustrate the details of the USS Saratoga (CV-3) Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier (pic3)