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HMS Illustrious (R06) was a light aircraft carrier of the British Royal Navy and the second of three Invincible-class ships constructed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. She was the fifth warship and second aircraft carrier to bear the name Illustrious. (wikipedia.info) #30B

Fixed wing aircraft from the USMC arranged on Illustrious; ten Harriers are lined up with, at the rear, an Osprey

USS hornet CVS-12, my first ship. My mother helped build it in the early forties, and twenty years later I served aboard her, during the Viet Nam war.

USS Hornet is a United States Navy aircraft carrier of the Essex class. Construction started in August she was originally named USS Kearsarge, but was renamed in honor of the USS Hornet which was lost in October becoming the eighth ship to bear the name.

Newport News, Va.—U.S. Navy Capt. John Meier wants the USS Ford, the first of the United States' new class of aircraft carrier, to be completed by March 2016. Later that year his term as the ship's commanding officer will end, and his replacement will be the first to take the vessel (CVN-78)

Inside the USS Ford, America's Newest Aircraft Carrier

Inside the USS Ford, America's Newest Aircraft Carrier - Popular Mechanics

USS Lexington underway, circa early 1930s; note one aircraft having just taken off

[Photo] USS Lexington underway, circa early 1930s; note one aircraft having just taken off

[Photo] USS Lexington underway, circa early note one aircraft having just…

USS Enterprise (CVN 65), unmistakable USS Long Beach (CGN-9), and USS Bainbridge (CGN-25) steaming.

Navy to Decommission World's Nuclear Aircraft Carrier - Enterprise CVN The Big E!

USS-West-Virginia-1944

This ship survived 7 torpedos at Pearl Harbor and went on to help crush the Japanese

Colorado-class battleship USS West Virginia Badly damaged at Pearl Harbor was raised & rebuilt and saw service at Leyte Gulf, Philippines, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa. Received 5 battle stars for service. Decommissioned in 1947 and eventually scrapped.

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Principe de Asturias was the flagship of the Spanish navy which was commissioned in She served as flagship until 2013 when defence cuts led to her decommission.

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