Next to the battleship from ancient to modern, the River Thames has once again made history when taking the world's largest solar yacht back after the expedition. Ocean. The best travel guide in the world 1 London capital of England is the stop of the world's largest solar yacht MS Turanor Planet Solar. The environmentally friendly ship arrived in London last weekend after the successful completion of the Atlantic voyage.
The first ship of the class of the aircraft carrier of the same name, USS Gerald R. Ford was built at Newport News Shipbuilding Company in Hampton Roads, Virginia. With a total value of up to 13.5 billion USD, USS Gerald R. Ford will be the most expensive battleship of the US Navy. The entire project of building the ship created jobs for 19,000 workers. Photo: gmw.cn.
A company has just announced plans to build a friendly super-transport ship, with the body like sails to take full advantage of the wind's propulsion. Following the design of Lade AS, the Norwegian-based company, the hull of a giant cargo ship will function like a giant aircraft wing. Vindskip, the name of the ship, uses wind but no sails. The ship itself is designed in the form of a giant sail, capable of taking full advantage of the thrust of the wind in the oceans.
Mont tankers used to have other names such as Knock Nevis, Jahre Viking, Happy Giant or Seawise Giant. It is 458.45 m long, 68.8 m wide and weighs 260,941 tons. If erected, Mont will be 108.45 m taller than Keangnam tower in Vietnam. The 50,000-horsepower engine allows the train to travel at a maximum speed of 30 km / h.
Launched in 1940, Yamato was the ship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. To confront the large number of American fleets, Japan assembled Yamato and Musashi, the most heavily armed ships to this day, with nine main guns of up to 460 mm caliber. During World War II, Yamato and nine other warships were ordered to fight the Allied forces in Okinawa. But before reaching the location, Yamato and five other Japanese warships were sunk by US aircraft carriers.
In theory, modern warships can withstand even more severe levels of level 12 storms, but "avoid the elephant with no shame". Modern warships in the world today can withstand even more level 12 waves Originally designed to be extremely durable with a solid structure, in theory, modern warships in the world today can fully withstand the level 12 waves even more. (Image source: Youtube.)
USS Gerald R. Ford and USS John F. Kennedy are two new Gerald R. Ford-class super aircraft carriers that will soon be equipped for the US Navy. In March, USS Gerald R. Ford (vessel code CVN-78) will officially enter service and it will replace the legendary aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN-65), which is more than 51 years old. Meanwhile, USS John F. Kennedy (CVN-79) is still under construction and is expected to be operational by 2020.
The aircraft carrier acts as a mobile base on the sea, which is also the military pride of great powers. The possession of large aircraft carriers shows the military potential, as well as the industrial and financial qualifications of each country. Of the five largest aircraft carriers in the world, the US alone owns two different classes, according to Naval Technology.
So far, only 10 countries have aircraft carriers equipped for the Navy. Most of them are owned by the US Navy. Ranked 10th on this list is Thailand's aircraft carrier - HTMS Chakri Naruebet "HTMS Chakri Naruebet" (Thailand) - light aircraft carrier ranked 10th among the largest ships in the world. This is a small modern carrier. The main task of Thai ships is to search and rescue operations, support and air support.
China's first homemade aircraft carrier on May 13 officially began sea trials. The event is considered a historic turning point, helping China realize the goal of building a naval force capable of countering the world's leading maritime powers. Chinese media reported that the new aircraft carrier, provisionally called Type 001A, had departed around 7am 13/5 from the shipyard in Dalian, Liaoning Province, northeastern China. Upon joining the navy before 2020, this 50,000-tonne ship is expected to become China's second aircraft carrier but the first aircraft carrier to be fully designed and built by the country.
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