Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic HMS Queen Elizabeth: Britain's new aircraft carrier in detail

With her acres of flight deck and the ability to transport 40 joint strike fighter jets around the world, Britain's new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth - due in service in 2020 - will deliver a radical change in the Navy’s capabilities

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How Russia’s new — and possibly fully robotic — Armata tanks measure up

Cutaway Drawing (diagramas em 3D de maquinas mostrando partes internas) [FOTOS]

Cutaway Drawing (diagramas em 3D de maquinas mostrando partes internas) [FOTOS]

Sinking the former USS Oriskany (CV-34) off the coast of Florida, May 2006 to become the world's largest artificial reef.

Great Carrier Reef: Chronology of a Sunken Supercarrier

USS Oriskany (CV Sinking of the former carrier off the coast of Florida, May 2006 to become the world's largest artificial reef.

#America has an Industrial Policy - It's Run by the Pentagon

The Nimitz Class aircraft carriers are the largest warships ever built. With over personnel (crew and aircrew), the carrier has a displacement of and a flight deck length of All nine nuclear-powered Nimitz Class carriers.

China Type 002 Aircraft Carrier

China Type 002 Aircraft Carrier

Tank tier/ranking list of Allies: France & Japan

Tank tier/ranking list of Allies: France & Japan image - Mod DB

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Two new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers are currently being constructed…

HMS Queen Elizabeth is being built in sections, which are then transported by sea to the Number 1 Dock at Rosyth, just north of Edinburgh, to be welded together

HMS Queen Elizabeth: It's taller than Nelson's Column and generates enough energy to power 5,500 homes - but does Britain really need a super-sized £3.5bn aircraft carrier?

News on HMS Queen Elizabeth Aircraft Carrier QE-class battleships). Latest news on the construction progress of the “pride and joy” of the British Royal Navy – the UK aircraft carriers of the future – being built now!

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