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    Grand Illumination of the 1st time was held by Yokosuka U.S.Naval Base from 12:00 p.m. on Sat., December 8, 2007 to 6:30.

    15,000 persons visited whether it was general public presentation of the last of the U.S. aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk from which it retires.
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    Imperial Japanese Navy Carrier Akagi circa 1942:


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    B5N1 taking off from carrier Akagi, circa Mar-Apr 1942:


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    [*******#0000ff]16DDH Vessel[/COLOR]

    Designation: CVH (DDH)
    Length: 650 ft
    Width: 108 ft
    Beam: 108 ft
    Displacement: 20,000 tons (full load)
    Propulsion: 2 GE LM2500 COGAG, 2 shafts
    Speed: 30+ knots
    Crew: 350 (+ Air Wing)
    Airwing: Up to 18 helo (vstol)
    Armament:
    - 1 X 16 Cell Mk 41 VLS
    - 2 X 2 20mm Phalanx CIWS
    - 2 X Triple 324mm topedoe tubes
    Elevators: 2
    Ships in class: 1+1

    On August 22, 2007, the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force launched the Hyuga, a new, large, flat deck vessel which had been laid down in May of 2006. The vessel is scheduled for commissioning in 2009.

    This vessel has a large, flat-deck, and has been designated as a DDH, or helicopter carrying destroyer, for political purposes. The Japanese will build two vessels and they will replace two of the current, traditional DDH vessels in two of the JMSDF escort flotillas. It is contemplated that the JMSDF will then order two more such vessels to replace their other two DDH once these first two are commissioned into the fleet.

    The Japanese currently list the carrying capabilitiy of these vessels as 4 small ASW helos or up to 11 large Chinook helicopters. Clearly, if capabnle of carrying 11 Chinooks, the carriers will be able to operate qutie a few more small helicopters, probably 18-24.
    In addition to their aircraft carrying capabilities the vessels will have extensive command and control and communications capabilities to allow them to function as flagships and command ships for the other vessels in their flotillas. In addition, with modern Phased Array Radars (PARS), an integrated combat system, a 16 cell VLS carrying 64 Evolved Sea Sparrow anti-air missiles, and with two 20mm Phalanx CIWS, the vessels will be very capable of defending themselves against air attacks


    [*******#0000ff]911 Chakri Naruebet[/COLOR]
    The HTMS Chakri Naruebet, officially designated an Offshore Patrol Helicopter Carrier, was constructed for the Royal Thai Navy (RTN) by Spanish shipbuilders Izar. Constructed in Spain, when commissioned in 1997 in Thailand, she became the smallest aircraft carrier in the world, taking over that distinction from the Italian carrier, [*******#0000ff]MM Garibaldi C551[/COLOR].

    Designed similar to the Spanish carrier [*******#0000ff]Principe de Asturias[/COLOR], it is fitted with a 12° ski jump to enable the use of Harrier VSTOL aircraft.
    The carrier is tasked with warfare/flagship command and control, air support for amphibious operations and the Thai surface fleet, EEZ surveillance and protection, search and rescue, and disaster relief. It is based in the Gulf of Thailand.
    The ship is equipped with six multi-mission Sikorsky S-70B Seahawk helicopters, designed for use in an anti-submarine role. These are supplemented with six ex-Spanish Matador AV-8S (Harrier) VSTOL aircraft. The Chakri Naruebet’s can accommodate five simultaneous helicopter take-off/landings; the hangar provides space for ten medium helicopters or Harrier-sized aircraft. The carrier’s maximum speed is 26 knots, with a cruise speed of 16 knots. Range is estimated to be 10,000nm at 12 knots. Two spade rudders and four hull stabilisers have been fitted. The ship displaces 12,000 tons and is 600 feet in length.




    [*******#0000ff]6111 Dokdo (Builder Announcement)[/COLOR]
    Designation: LPH
    Length: 655 ft
    Width: 105 ft
    Beam: 105 ft
    Displacement: 18,000 tons
    Propulsion: 4 16PC2.5 STC Diesels, 2 shafts
    Speed: 22 knots
    Crew: 450
    Troops: 700
    Airwing: 15 Rotary, vtol
    Armament:
    - 2 X 21 RAM SAM
    - 2 X 30mm Gatekeeper CIWS
    Elevators: 2
    Ships in class: 1

    The large Dokdo Class amphibiuos assault ship, dubbed "LP-X" by the South Koreans is a monumental step forward in their capability to conduct over-ther-horizon amphibious assault. Four ships are planned.


    The ships are modern, command and control capable, and self-defense capable vessels with two 21 cell RAM launchers and two 30mm goal keeper CIWS.
    Able to handle over 700 troops, modern air cushioned landing craft, or traditional landing craft in its large well deck, and 16 modern helicopters (including up to 10 CH-60 helos) on its deck and in its hangar spaces, the Dokdo could, with very little modification, also embark VSTOL aircraft. Although the South Koreans insist they do not plan to do so, the Japanese are apparently answering the challenge by developing their new class of helicopter destroyer, [*******#810081]the new Hyuga[/COLOR], which clearly, also with little modification, could be readied to carry VSTOL aircraft as well.

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    Japanese battleship-carrier Hyuga


    JMSDF DDH Hyuga...



    The name of battleship-carrier Hyuga was succeeded.
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    The first 12 below PIX are credited to A. William Beam, AO3, VC-33. They were all taken aboard the USS Lake Champlain CV-39 in 1953 during a Korean War cruise.

    All captions by the photographer.

    Outstanding photos! Outstanding!



    5-inch rockets waiting to be loaded. BuNo 123351 was an F2H-2 assigned to VF-22 "Cavaliers."


    F2H-2 Banshee on #2 elevator, off Korea


    F4U-4 Corsairs (left) and F2H-2 Banshees being armed for sortie


    F4U-4 Corsairs of VF-44 "Hornets" being loaded with 5-inch rockets.


    F9F-5 Panthers of VF-111 "Sundowners" on flight deck, Hong Kong harbor.


    Gerstel loading 20-mm guns on Skyraider


    VC-33 ordnancemen loading an anti-submarine patrol AD Skyraider during Korean Cruise 1953.


    Cleaning 20-mm guns on Skyraider. Notice the painted over numbers of the aircraft. VC-33 was an all-weather, night attack squadron, hence the painted over white numbers.


    Rearming anti-sub patrol. Believe it or not, that's Bill with the depth charge!


    AD-4N Skyraider of VC-33 "Night Hawks" loaded with 265-lb fragmentation bombs. Take notice to the long rods on the ends of the bomb fuses. These are called "daisy cutters" and are used to explode the fragmentation bombs three feet above the ground to provide larger area of shrapnel!


    VC-33 AD-4N Skyraider modex SS-803, with LT J.K. Gill piloting.


    USS Lake Champlain in the South China Sea 1953.
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    On May 5, 1961, CDR Alan B. Shepard Jr. became the first American to fly into space. His Freedom 7 "Mercury" capsule was launched suborbitally to an altitude of over 116 miles, 303 statute miles down range from Cape Canaveral. After a 15.5-minute flight, the spacecraft splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean where USS Lake Champlain (CVS-39) awaited its arrival. The capsule came through the entire flight in such excellent shape that the engineers who examined it decided that it could easily be used again. The doctors also assessed that the astronaut was in excellent shape, physically and psychologically and "...could be used again too."

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    Man..what happened??? This thread was going balls to the wall the first few days..Jeez..let me post some hi-res USN PIX for our fine members!


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    Naval Station Bremerton, Wash. (Oct. 24, 2002) -- Early morning fog sets across the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) before her scheduled underway period later in the morning. The crew of the Carl Vinson is conducting training in preparation for their next scheduled deployment. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Martin S. Fuentes. (RELEASED)

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    Pacific Ocean (Nov. 18, 2002) - An F/A-18C Hornet assigned to the "Vigilantes" of Strike Fighter Squadron One Five One (VFA-151) launches from the flight deck of the conventionally powered aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CV 64) for a sunset training flight. Constellation and embarked Carrier Air Wing Two (CVW-2) are on a regularly scheduled deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Daniel J. McLain (RELEASED)

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    Pacific Ocean (Nov. 05, 2002) – A U.S. Army MH-47 Chinook Special Operations helicopter deployed from Okinawa, Japan, sits chained and chocked on the flight deck aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63). Army helicopters landed aboard Kitty Hawk as part of approach training and carrier qualifications with the Navy. U.S. Navy Photo by Photographer’s Mate 3rd Class Todd Frantom. (RELEASED)

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    Blueshirts are some of the harest worrking sailors in the USN!
    Arabian Sea (Oct. 30, 2002) – Airman D'Andre Swiney, a member of the flight deck crew aboard the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), watches the sun set as he waits for night flight deck operations to begin. Abraham Lincoln and her strike group are currently conducting combat operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Southern Watch. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Aaron Ansarov. (RELEASED)

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    Mediterranean Sea (Apr. 17, 2002) -- An Aviation Boatswain's Mate signals the shooter that the launch bar is in place and the aircraft is ready to be launched from one of four steam driven catapults on the flight deck of USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Danny Ewing Jr. (RELEASED)

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    Mediterranean Sea (Apr. 17, 2002) -- An Aviation Boatswain's Mate signals the shooter that the launch bar is in place and the aircraft is ready to be launched from one of four steam driven catapults on the flight deck of USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Danny Ewing Jr. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Dec. 30, 2002 -- Aviation Ordnancemen assigned to the “Eagles” of Strike Fighter Squadron One One Five (VFA-115) transport weapons designated for an F/A-18E “Super Hornet” strike fighter. VFA-115 is embarked with Carrier Air Wing One Four (CVW-14) aboard Lincoln, on an extended deployment in support of Operations Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Philip A. McDaniel. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Dec. 8, 2002 -- Flight deck personnel prepare to elevate an S-3 "Viking" to the ship’s flight deck for regularly scheduled maintenance. Truman and her embarked airwing are on a regularly scheduled deployment conducting missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate Airman Ryan T. O'Connor. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Dec. 6, 2002 -- Flight deck personnel practice rigging the crash barricade on the ship’s flight deck. The aircraft carrier is underway in the Atlantic Ocean for Tailored Ship Training Availability (TSTA). TSTA has specific training events designed to incrementally enhance the ship’s operating proficiency and gradually integrate the air wing with the ship. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographer's Mate Eric A. Clement. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Tarawa (LHA 1) Nov. 1, 2002 -- Plane handlers move an AV-8B “Harrier” aircraft in the ship’s hangar bay. The amphibious assault ship is participating in a Component Training Underway Exercise (COMPTUEX) off the coast of Southern California, the first of three major training exercises with the U.S. Marine’s 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (15th MEU) and Tarawa’s Amphibious Ready Group (ARG). U.S. Navy photo by Navy Chief Journalist William Polson. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Nov. 21, 2002 -- An F/A-18C “Hornet” carefully maneuvers the ship’s busy flight deck, while approaching catapult one in preparation for launch. Abraham Lincoln and her embarked Carrier Air Wing Fourteen (CVW-14) are conducting combat missions in support of Operation Southern Watch and Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Tyler Clements. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) Nov. 9, 2002 -- An F-14 “Tomcat” assigned to the “Black Knights” of Fighter Squadron One Five Four (VF-154) ignites its afterburners during a launch from one of four steam driven catapults on the ship’s flight deck. Kitty Hawk is the Navy’s only permanently forward-deployed aircraft carrier and operates out of Yokosuka, Japan. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 3rd Class Todd Frantom. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Nassau (LHA 4) Nov. 7, 2002 -- Airman Tony Meneses, a member of the ship’s flight deck crash and salvage team stands watch at the forward end of the flight deck, during flight operations on board the amphibious assault ship. Many crash and salvage teams throughout the Navy currently display the FDNY lettering as a sign of respect for the New York City firefighters lost during the tragic events of September 11, 2001. Nassau is home ported in Norfolk, Va., and is on a regularly scheduled six-month deployment in the Central Command area of responsibility, conducting missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy Photograph by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Michael Sandberg. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Nassau (LHA 4) Nov. 7, 2002 -- U.S. Marine AV-8B “Harrier” vertical and or short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) strike aircraft, stand parked at the aft end of the amphibious assault ship’s flight deck. The mission of the AV-8B is to attack and destroy surface and air targets, to escort helicopters, and to conduct other such air operations as may be directed. Nassau is home ported in Norfolk, Va., and is on a regularly scheduled six-month deployment in the Central Command area of responsibility, conducting missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy Photograph by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Michael Sandberg. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Constellation (CV 64) Nov. 2, 2002 -- Sailors “man the rails” as the aircraft carrier Constellation steams past the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74), at the start of a regularly scheduled six-month deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Felix Garza Jr. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Nov. 2, 2002 -- Lightning fills the horizon, and lights up the flight deck and air wing aircraft parked on the ship’s forward elevator and bow. Abraham Lincoln and Carrier Air Wing Fourteen (CVW-14) are conducting combat missions in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Southern Watch. U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Troy Wilcox. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) Nov. 1, 2002 -- An F-14D "Tomcat", assigned to the "Tomcatters" of Fighter Squadron Thirty One (VF-31), launches off catapult three, which is one of four steam driven catapults on the ship's flight deck. Lincoln and Carrier Air Wing Fourteen (CVW-14) are on a scheduled six-month deployment conducting combat missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Southern Watch. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Philip McDaniel. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Tarawa (LHA 1) Oct. 21, 2002 -- AV-8B “Harrier” aircraft land on the flight deck aboard the amphibious assault ship during recent exercises held off the coast of southern California. At the time, the San Diego-based Tarawa was participating in a Composite Unit Training Exercise (COMPTUEX) held Oct. 21-31. The exercises marked a major step forward in joint operations between the Tarawa amphibious ready group and the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), during preparations for an upcoming scheduled deployment. U.S. Navy Photo By Photographer’s Mate 3rd Class Rodney Jones. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) Oct. 15, 2002 -- Two UH-60 “Black Hawk” helicopters belonging to the Texas National Guard conduct flight ops off the ship’s flight deck during a mining exercise in the Gulf of Mexico. Following the decommissioning of the U.S. Navy’s only mine countermeasure support ship USS Inchon (MCS 12), amphibious assault ships like the Kearsarge have begun providing transportation and needed mission support for mine countermeasure units operating out of Naval Station Ingleside, and Naval Air Station Corpus Christi. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate Airman Kenneth Swartout. (RELEASED)

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    At sea aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Dec. 24, 2001 -- A crew member cleans a canopy on an F-14 "Tomcat" from the "Diamondbacks" of Fighter Squadron One Zero Two (VF-102). The squadron is part of Carrier Air Wing One (CVW-1) deployed on the powered aircraft carrier operating in the Arabian Sea in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy Photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Carly Joy Cranston. (RELEASED)

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    The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) steams ahead. Eisenhower and embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 7 are on a regularly scheduled deployment in support of Maritime Security Operations.




    An SH-60F Seahawk from the "Nightdippers" of Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron (HS) 5 approaches the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69). Eisenhower and embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 7 are on a regularly scheduled deployment in support of Maritime Security Operations.



    ARABIAN SEA (May 22, 2007)- USS Nimitz (CVN 68) transits through the Gulf of Oman. Nimitz, as part of the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group, is on deployment in support of Maritime Operations. Maritime Operations help set the conditions for security and stability, as well as complement counter-terrorism and security efforts to regional nations. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Denny Cantrell.




    The USS Nimitz CVN-68, the USS Bonhomme Richard (No.6) and the USS John C. Stennis CVN-74 During US NAVY Exercises in the Gulf of Oman.



    ARABIAN SEA (May 22, 2007)- USS Nimitz (CVN 68) transits through the Gulf of Oman. Nimitz, as part of the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group, is on deployment in support of Maritime Operations. Maritime Operations help set the conditions for security and stability, as well as complement counter-terrorism and security efforts to regional nations. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Denny Cantrell.





    ARABIAN SEA (May 22, 2007) – Ships assigned to the John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group, Nimitz Carrier Strike Group, and the Bonhomme Richard Expeditionary Strike Group transits through the Gulf of Oman. The three strike groups are in support of Maritime Operations. Maritime Operations help set the conditions for security and stability, as well as complement counter-terrorism and security efforts to regional nations. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Denny Cantrell.



    Two F18 Hornet Flying over the Navy Air Carrier USS Ronald Reagan in the Western Pacific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bd popeye View Post



    Armament:
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    - 2 X 30mm Gatekeeper CIWS
    Gatekeeper?, don't your mean the Goalkeeper CIWS from Thales Nederland (I know the S Korean navy bought them)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoram777 View Post
    Gatekeeper?, don't your mean the Goalkeeper CIWS from Thales Nederland (I know the S Korean navy bought them)
    Thanks for pointing that out. However I just copy and paste the captions and I don't have time to read and correct each one.

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    not so big but beatifull however

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    garibaldi (italian navy)
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    Great photos corra!



    French Navy Clemenceau (R 98),


    RN HMS Eagle circa 1970


    Imperial Japnese Navy(IJN) Hiryu circa 1939


    HMS Hermes R-12 triumphant return to the UK after the Falklands War (Portsmouth, England 1982)


    RN HMS Ark Royal R-09 in the English Channel circa 1971.

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    MURORAN, Japan (NNS) -- Guided-missile destroyer, USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62), and America's permanently forwarded deployed aircraft carrier, USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63), arrived at the Japanese Northern Island of Hokkaido, Oct. 26, 2007 for a scheduled visit to the port city of Muroran.

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