France Wants To Retain Its Carrier Edge

Credit: Seaman Joshua L. Leonard/U.S. Navy
Carrier aviation has been a staple of France’s defense capability since the end of World War II, a symbol of the country’s ability to act independently and provide support for its extensive overseas territories, all while supplying an additional component of the country’s nuclear deterrent. Now, as...

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