What Scientists Learned Mapping a Sunken Aircraft Carrier

What Scientists Learned Mapping a Sunken Aircraft Carrier

“The big interesting thing is what happens to these things on the bottom over time.”

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What Scientists Learned Mapping a Sunken Aircraft Carrier

What Scientists Learned Mapping a Sunken Aircraft Carrier

“The big interesting thing is what happens to these things on the bottom over time.”

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Turning Old Aircraft Carriers Into a Bridge Is a Bad Idea

Turning Old Aircraft Carriers Into a Bridge Is a Bad Idea

It’s probably doable, but not easily, and not cheaply.

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The Massive Work That Goes Into Remodeling an Old Aircraft Carrier

The Massive Work That Goes Into Remodeling an Old Aircraft Carrier

Aircraft carriers are complicated. They’re floating cities and mobile airbases, housing thousands of sailors and airmen, tens of aircraft, multiple nuclear reactors, and their own hospitals, barbershops, chapels, and zip codes. Carriers support defense and humanitarian efforts worldwide and can travel upwards of 100,000 nautical miles each year. Each United States aircraft carrier—there are 10 […]

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