Class Aircraft Carrier

Some articles on aircraft, aircraft carrier, class, class aircraft:

Aircraft - Impact and Use - Model
... Main article Model aircraft A model aircraft is a small unmanned type made to fly for fun, for static display, for aerodynamic research or for other purposes ...
QF 4.5 Inch Mk I – V Naval Gun - Naval Service
... Ships with 4.5 inch guns QF Mark I in twin mounting UD Mark III aircraft carrier Ark Royal Dido class cruisers Scylla and Charybdis naval auxiliaries Ships with 4.5 inch guns QF Mark III ... rebuilt Ca class destroyer (Mark 5* Mod 1) Type 81 Tribal class frigate (Mark 5* Mod 2) Ships with 4.5 inch guns QF Mark V in twin mounting UD Mark VI (later renamed gun Mark 6) Battle class destroyer - "1 ...
List Of Ship Commissionings In 1953
... in 1953 includes a chronological list of all ships commissioned in 1953 Operator Ship Class and type Pennant Other notes 2 January United States Navy Yorktown Essex class aircraft ...
List Of Ship Decommissionings In 1970
... a chronological list of ships decommissioned in 1970 Operator Ship Flag Class and type Fate Other notes 15 January United States Navy Valley Forge Essex class amphibious assault ship Scrapped 30 January United ...
List Of Ships And Submarines Built In Barrow-in-Furness - All Vessels - Military Ships
... Name Class Built For Laid down Launched Fate Image ARA La Argentina Light cruiser Argentine Navy 11 January 16 ... March 1937 Decommissioned and scrapped in 1974 HMS Ajax (22) Leander class ... D-11 Nueva Esparta Nueva Esparta Class Destroyer Venezuelan Navy 19 ... November 1952 Decommissioned and scrapped mid 80's F.N.V ... D-21 Zulia Nueva Esparta Class Destroyer Venezuelan Navy 29 ... June 1953 Decommissioned and scrapped mid 80's F.N.V D-31 Aragua Nueva Esparta Class Destroyer Aragua Subclass destroyer ...

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