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Carrier Day and Night operations

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Added by: serpa6, 10-02-2013
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Here is a video montage of the Naval Aircraft Carrier, USS Kittyhawk flight Operations (CV-63). These US Naval Vessels carry up to at a time, 4,500+ people and 75+ aircraft including Special Forces. These naval vessels are the worlds most powerful of its kind. The combined firepower of man, woman, technology and aircraft is astonishing. These vessels can be on station in the world within a few days to deliver their awesome fire power to any given enemy that wants to play around with the big dogs. Enjoy the video Note if you look at the night time launches you will see the carrier is in rough sea It dont stop these guys they launch on the upswing
Also the crew of the ship get a little show from one of the pilots

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