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a large warship that carries planes and has a long flat deck for takeoffs and landings

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LTI is a supplier of materials testing services to manufacturers of raw materials and component parts used in the construction of aircraft carriers.
Sayyari said, "As we have built destroyers and submarines, we also possess the ability to manufacture aircraft carriers and heavy submarines.
NNS has been the exclusive designer, constructor and refueller of US Navy aircraft carriers, and one of two providers of submarines for the US Navy.
The 65,000-tonne Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth was formally christened during an event at the Rosyth Dockyard in Fife, where the ship was assembled and fitted out.
Virt's meeting with Vikramaditya was a momentous occasion for the Indian Navy as it is the first time since 1992 that two aircraft carriers operated together
The cost announced at that time for two aircraft carriers was PS3.
A Defense Ministry spokesman, Colonel Yang Yujun, was quoted by the China Daily as saying there will be more aircraft carriers in the future depending on the nation's naval strategy.
NEW DELHI, Aug 1 (KUNA) -- The Indian navy on Thursday said it will launch its first indigenous aircraft carrier on August 12.
Instead, the Navy's UCLASS program will design and build drones for aircraft carriers over the next three to six years.
However, Song said some foreign media reports on China's building new aircraft carriers in Shanghai were not accurate.
Moore, program executive officer for aircraft carriers, says CVN 80 needs to come down to about $9 billion for the Navy to be able to afford it.
NEW Harrier-style jump jets set to fly from Navy aircraft carriers could melt their decks, US trials show.
ONE of the Royal Navy's former aircraft carriers has been put through its paces for its new role as an amphibious assault ship.
According to Times Now, General Luo Yuan, a senior researcher with the Academy of Military Sciences, said China needs at least three aircraft carriers to defend its interests in the face of neighbours developing their capabilities.
The Navy's decision was reviewed as part of the 2010 Quadrennial Defense Review, which in its report supported the Navy's decision to homeport a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in Mayport, indicating that homeporting an East Coast carrier in Mayport would contribute to mitigating the risk of a terrorist attack, accident, or natural disaster occurring in Norfolk, Virginia, where currently all of the nuclear-powered aircraft carriers on the East Coast are homeported.
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