U.K. To Launch First New Carrier In Summer

LONDON — The U.K. defense ministry is planning to float the first of its new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers this summer. The 65,000-tonne HMS Queen Elizabeth is due to be christened by the Queen on July 4. The dock at Rosyth, Scotland, where the ship is being built, will then be flooded...

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