Shipyard Now Constructs And Deconstructs Carriers

Credit: Michael Fabey/AW&ST
For many years, Huntington Ingalls Industries' massive shipyard here was both a birthplace and maintenance yard for nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. Now it is also where the world's largest warships come to be gutted, as the first nuclear-powered carrier has reached the end of its life. This is...

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