New British Carrier Embarking On Sea Trials
LONDON—The first of Britain’s two new aircraft carriers that will eventually embark the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has put to sea for the first time in readiness for sea trials. The 65,000-ton, 280 meter-long HMS Queen Elizabeth was inched out of the Rosyth naval dockyard on June 26 and into the...
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