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Supercarrier - Alternatives
... and asymmetrical threats, more and smaller carriers have been suggested over the years, such as Elmo Zumwalt's Sea Control Ship, and carriers the size of USS America (LH ... However, supercarriers' advocates consider them to be more cost effective than smaller carriers ... base (MOB) is a concept for a modular floating military base as large as 10 aircraft carriers ...
Japanese Aircraft Carrier Unryū - Design
... Unryū was one of six fleet carriers laid down by the Imperial Japanese Navy in 1942-43 as part of the Navy's War Construction Program ... In order to expedite building of the new carriers, a standard design was chosen based on ease of manufacture and availability of materials ... needed for the Shōkaku class and Taihō class carriers, making her the ideal candidate and the design was quickly adopted with only a few ...
Park Golf - The Equipment - Ball Carriers
... (Tennis ball carriers are often used for this.) High-end carriers resemble a leather fanny pack and can hold multiple balls, cellular phones, score cards and other personal items ... There is some disagreement on the correct name for a ball carrier ...
Kyocera KX16 - Carriers
... The phone has been distributed in North America by the following carriers Alltel (U.S.A.) US Cellular (U.S.A.) Cricket Communications (U.S.A.) ...
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration - Current - CSA
... During the summer of 2010 carriers and drivers could review the records of the Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Category (BASIC), the data base that stores safety ... Alliance of North America, and the Air Expedited Motor Carriers Association, which claim to represent about 2,750 small carriers, and contends that FMCSA has not followed proper ...

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