Royal Navy’s New Flagship Carrier Begins Testing

Credit: Royal Navy
Britain’s largest-ever warship, the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, now finally at sea, has sailed into a storm over the UK’s ability to afford the capability and its £178 billion ($230 billion) defense equipment plan.The 65,000-ton, 280-m-long (920-ft.) ship inched out of Scotland’s Rosyth...

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