France To Build New Aircraft Carrier

Charles de Gaulle
Credit: USMC
France will build at least one new aircraft carrier to replace the nuclear-powered Charles de Gaulle, Defense Minister Florence Parly says. Speaking in Saint Nazaire, France, on May 18, Parly said the ship would be at sea for trials in 2036, allowing it to be ready to replace the 42,000-ton Charles...

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