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  • SR-71 Blackbird - Top 10 awesome facts about the world’s fastest jet airplane

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  • Jet Engine - What|Parts|Working|Types|Facts ?

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  • 10 Amazing F 35 Fighter Jet Facts

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  • 14 Awesome Facts About Jet Aircraft That Will Blow Your Mind

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  • The F-15 Eagle Fighter Jet

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  • Top 10 Airplane Things You Don't Know The Purpose Of

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  • India Completely Forgot About Its First Jet Fighter- 11 Facts of HF-24 Marut

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Top 5 Amazing F-35 Fighter Jet Facts

Top 5 Amazing F-35 Fighter Jet Facts

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Top 5 F-35 Fighter Jet Facts Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II fighter jet is America’s fifth generation fighting aircraft. The production of it is a few years behind and full of controversy and scandals, but this brand new super jet is definitely the future of stealth aircrafts. WatchMojo takes a look at the versatility of this ground take-off aircraft, the cost to build it, other expenses, the worldwide reach of the X35 air force project and much more in this aviation focused installment of WatchMojo Facts. WatchMojo's social media pages: http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo Watch on WatchMojo: http://watchmojo.com/video/id/16524/ Get WatchMojo merchandise at http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
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SR-71 Blackbird - Top 10 awesome facts about the world’s fastest jet airplane

SR-71 Blackbird - Top 10 awesome facts about the world’s fastest jet airplane

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The SR-71 Blackbird is one of the most spectacular aircraft ever built. The aircraft that was way ahead of its time… Top 10 awesome facts about the fastest manned jet-powered aircraft: 10. The SR-71 Blackbird did not carry any conventional weapons for self-defense. Most of the time for self-defense It relied heavily on its stealth capabilities along with radar and communications jamming sensors. 9. The requirements for piloting at SR-71 was same as the requirements for being an astronaut. Pilots required pressurized flight suits like the astronauts and had to be married for even being considered for the job. 8. During it service life from 1964 to 1998 a total of 3,551 mission sorties was flown and it has more than 1000 surface to air (SAM) missiles fired at it. Every single time all it had to do was to accelerate and fly higher to outrun these missiles. Not a single SR-71 was shot down during its long service life. 7. Mach 2.0 (2469.6 km/h or 1534.54 mph) is the top speed of many modern fighter jets using afterburners which is very uneconomical in terms of fuel consumption. At this speed the SR-71 Blackbird is just warming up. It is more fuel efficient at speeds higher than Mach 3.2. 6. The SR-71 Blackbird’s engines could push the aircraft faster than Mach 3.3 but it was limited to cruising speed of Mach 3.2 to prevent the titanium outer skin from overheating due to air friction. Some pilots have pushed the SR-71 much faster than the official speed record but the maximum top speed is still kept a classified state secret. 5. The SR-71 Blackbird had a service ceiling of 85,000 feet (26 km or 16 miles). However, many sources claim that it could fly as high as 100,000 feet and higher in case of emergency. The jet could comfortably cruise at 80,000 feet. 4. SR-71 Blackbird was designed to leak fuel while it was on ground due to the lack of materials at the time capable of withstanding the extreme temperature differences. The fuel tank was designed with gaps which would expand when in flight, sealing the leaking fuel tanks. Therefore, the SR-71 had to be refueled after takeoff run and the initial warming up flight. 3. The SR-71 was constructed mainly out of titanium (Approx. 85%). At the time the Soviet Union was the biggest producer of titanium in the world. The CIA had to create several cover-up companies in order to acquire the required amounts of titanium from the Soviet Union without arousing any suspicion. Fun fact: The Soviet Union was the main target of the spy plane’s missions. 2. Titanium was any extremely difficult metal to work with and the Lockheed company’s skunk works division building the aircraft had to invent numerous new tools and innovative techniques which are used even till this day to work with this corrosion resistant and extremely high strength metal which had the tendency to shatter if handled improperly. In 1968, Lockheed was ordered to destroy all tooling used to create the SR-71 and its similar looking predecessor the A-12. 1. The Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird made its first flight on December 22, 1964 and till this date is the official speed record holder for fastest manned jet-powered aircraft. It set this speed record in 1976 at a whopping 3530 km/h or 2,193.2 mph (Mach 3.3). Fun fact: This record was set with just one engine! Audio credits: Alex Lisi - Helipad Siege & Tactics
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Jet Engine - What|Parts|Working|Types|Facts ?

Jet Engine - What|Parts|Working|Types|Facts ?

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What is a Jet Engines :- A jet engine can also be called as a reaction engine because the reaction produced by the engine propels the aircraft or vehicle. Jet engines are internal combustion engines discharging hot exhaust gases at high velocity that generate thrust. Unlike the internal combustion engines in automobiles & trucks which convert the up & down movement of the piston to rotary movement of crankshaft, jet engines simply produces power by sucking air at the front side & discharging it at the back side. What is Thrust? Thrust is the forward force that pushes the engine and, therefore, the airplane forward. Sir Isaac Newton discovered that for "every action there is an equal and opposite reaction." An engine uses this principle. The engine takes in a large volume of air. The air is heated and compressed and slowed down. The air is forced through many spinning blades. By mixing this air with jet fuel, the temperature of the air can be as high as three thousand degrees. The power of the air is used to turn the turbine. Finally, when the air leaves, it pushes backward out of the engine. This causes the plane to move forward. Parts in Jet Engines ? Compressor Combustor Turbine Nozzle Working of jet engine ? The compressor sucks the air & compresses it. This highly compressed air is then forced into combustion chamber. Multiple nozzles inject fuel into the air & igniter(similar to spark plug) causes air to catch fire. The fuel burns with oxygen present in compressed air producing hot expanding gases. These gases are passed through the turbines which causes the blades to rotate. This turning of turbine also rotates the shaft to which it is fixed. The same shaft in turn rotates the compressor. Which means instead of just letting out those hot gases, they are indirectly used to suck fresh air at the same time. This is the reason we need turbine after the combustion chamber section. After coming out of the turbine, then the gases are allowed to exit the engine through a converging shaped nozzle. The force of the exhaust gases pushing backwards(action) produces equal & opposite forward force(reaction)(Newton’s third law of motion). We call this forward force as thrust which powers the aircraft or vehicle forward. Types of Jet Engines ? Turbojet engines Turbofan engines Turboprop engines Ramjets Scram jets Turbo-shafts Interesting facts ! In 1903, the Wright Brothers flew, The Flyer, with a 12 horse power gas powered engine. It was Frank Whittle, a British pilot, who designed and patented the first turbo jet engine in 1930. The Whittle engine first flew successfully in May, 1941. Jet engines not only power aircraft but also cruise missiles & Unmanned Aerial Vehicles(UAV or we also call them drones). A car named SSC Thrust, currently holding the land speed record, is powered by a jet engine.
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10 Amazing F 35 Fighter Jet Facts

10 Amazing F 35 Fighter Jet Facts

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10 Amazing F 35 Fighter Jet Facts 1. Global Program & Funding F-35 unites U.S. Air Force, Marines, Navy, twelve international partners including Australia, Canada, Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Turkey, UK and three foreign military sales countries. The only three factories are located in USA, Italy & Japan. The project is principally funded by the U.S. with additional funding from partner countries. 2. Millions of lines of Codes An average F-35 fighter jet has more lines of code than what is needed for a successful space shuttle launch. Well at 24 million lines of code, the F-35 fighter jet also requires far more code than the F-18 jet fighter, which only includes about 4 million lines of software code. 3. Stealth F-35 Unlike its opponent has been designed to be stealthy from all sides. This jet is stealthy against latest radars while having low I.R. signature & reduced visibility. The F-35 includes a laser designator that helps it drop smart bombs from the air without sacrificing stealth operations. Moreover the fighter jet can jam opposing fighter jet’s radars including F-22 Raptor. 4. Variants In addition to standard F-35A model, there are two more variants including F-35-B & F35-C. The F-35A is built for conventional takeoffs and landings where full runway is available. The F-35B is designed for short takeoff and vertical landings like helicopters. While F-35C is designed to land and take off from aircraft carriers. This variant has foldable wingtip sections and tail control surfaces for better control and landings under low speeds on aircraft carriers. F-35C is the costliest and it’s the first 5th generation aircraft to come to the carrier deck. 5. Cockpit The cockpit is also state of the art delivering a full panoramic glass cockpit display, allowing unparalleled visibility. A helmet mounted display system will be fitted to all F-35 variants. Speech recognition systems also offer audio control of various functions available on pilot interface. 6. Sensors F35 does provide an amazing state-of-the-art sensor system that can give fighter jet pilots a complete 360-degree view of their environments. This keeps them from having blind spots where enemies can take advantage of their inability to detect them. 7. Armament Asides from a stock quad-barreled cannon and advance armaments, the F-35 is capable of carrying almost every legacy weapon that is carried by previous generation of fighter jets. 8. Unique Lift System Not every F-35 requires a full runway or any runway at all to get into the air for action. The F-35 actually has new technology known as Lift System made by Rolls Royce. This Lift System is an innovative propulsion system that allows main engine exhaust to be redirected for direct vertical lift, which is perfect for carrier deployment. 9. Power plant F 35 is powered by F135 afterburning turbofan, which delivers 19,500kg of thrust, allowing a top speed of over 1,930km/h. This is the most powerful engine ever installed in a fighter aircraft. 10. Parts and Cost Technology like the F-35 is understandably extremely advanced, and requires a lot of partners working together to make it all happen. Each F-35 is made up of 300,000 parts procured from over 1,500 suppliers. F 35 program is the most expensive project in the history of US military. Three different models of F-35 range from $100 million to $120 million each. With amazing F 35 capabilities many defense analysts believe that the jet is worthy of its high cost. Please Like, Comment, share and Subscribe to the channel to watch more exciting videos. Join the Club! SUBSCRIBE Today! New videos every Week SUBSCRIBE Here: http://goo.gl/UYzU9H FOLLOW us on FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/factsbox99 FOLLOW us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/factsbox99 ********************************** Have a video that you would like to see on this channel? Comment below an idea and we'll make video on that. Please help our channel grow by giving LIKES, sharing with friends and circles, adding comments and watching our videos. Thanks for watching everyone. ********************************** Other Military Videos: Russia vs USA Military Power 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpHDLh4G1os F 35 vs T50 - The Battle Begins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MutHf5uAPkE Top 5 Fighter Jets of USA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z186VJdVsk4 Top 5 Attack Helicopters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MbVc6yEKHE Top 5 Russian Fighter Jets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbpDF7oHtIg
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14 Awesome Facts About Jet Aircraft That Will Blow Your Mind

14 Awesome Facts About Jet Aircraft That Will Blow Your Mind

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Jet aircraft are aircraft with jet engines. Unlike propeller-powered aircraft, jet aircraft normally fly at altitudes as high as 100 to 1,5 meters, about 33 to 49,000 feet (14,900 m). At these altitudes, jet engines can achieve maximum efficiency over long distances. The engines in propeller powered aircraft achieve their maximum efficiency at much lower altitudes. Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheCineKids Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cinecurry Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/cinecurrytweets
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Top 10 Most Luxurious Jet Skies In The World - Facts And Benefits

Top 10 Most Luxurious Jet Skies In The World - Facts And Benefits

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The F-15 Eagle Fighter Jet

The F-15 Eagle Fighter Jet

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The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F-15 Eagle is an American twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter designed by McDonnell Douglas to gain and maintain air superiority in aerial combat. It is among the most successful modern fighters, with over 100 aerial combat victories. Following reviews of proposals, the United States Air Force selected McDonnell Douglas' design in 1967 to meet the service's need for a dedicated air superiority fighter. The Eagle first flew in July 1972, and entered service in 1976. The F-15 was originally envisioned as a pure air superiority aircraft. Its design included a secondary ground-attack capability that was largely unused. The design proved flexible enough that an all-weather strike derivative, the F-15E Strike Eagle, was later developed, and entered service in 1989. The F-15 Eagle is expected to be in service with the U.S. Air Force past 2025. F-15 versions are still being produced for foreign users, with the F-15 production line set to end in 2019, 47 years after the type's first flight. http://us-fighter-jets.blogspot.com
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Top 10 Jet 2 Facts!!!!!!

Top 10 Jet 2 Facts!!!!!!

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Hello Everyone! Today we take a look at Jet 2. A British Airline set up in Leeds Bradford in 2002.
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GTA 5 basic jet facts.

GTA 5 basic jet facts.

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Top 5 Amazing F-35 Fighter Jet Facts

Top 5 Amazing F-35 Fighter Jet Facts

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Top 5 F-35 Fighter Jet Facts Subscribe: The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II fighter jet is America's fifth generation fighting aircraft. The United States Air Force has declared the F-35 -- the most expensive and advanced plane in American military history -- combat ready. So what can the new . IAF pilots take off for the first time in the new F-35 Adir and fly over Israel. For more from the IDF: . Two F-35 Lightning II jet fighters, the first for Israel, arrive at the Nevatim Air Force Base in Israel, which will become the new home of Israel Defense Forces's .
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Top 10 Airplane Things You Don't Know The Purpose Of

Top 10 Airplane Things You Don't Know The Purpose Of

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Airplanes have had wings, controls and some kind of motor but planes have evolved significantly. The commercial airliner you fly in now has features that Orville and Wilbur wouldn’t have dreamed of. Here are 10 things you might not know about modern aircraft. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook https://twitter.com/BeAmazedVideos https://instagram.com/BeAmazedVideos ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: beamazedvideos@gmail.com Credit: https://pastebin.com/V9KDxkG9 Be Amazed at... The mysterious triangle symbol over your seat - When you board a modern jet aircraft, you’re probably looking for your seat number and for the nearest emergency exit. The flange sticking out of the wing - While you’re waiting to leave the gate, you’re probably staring out the window at the wings that are going to carry you off this Earth. The hum when you board the plane - Have you noticed that there’s an omnipresent drone while you’re waiting for the last passenger to board the plane? Tomato juice - Do you find yourself ordering a tomato juice when you’re on a plane? Opening window shades for landings and take-offs - I bet you thought the window shades were installed on planes so you can sleep during long flights. Winglets - Airplanes are always a tug-of-war between the thrust of the engines and aerodynamic drag. Sidestick - Back in the day of the first planes, pilots were known as “stick and rudder men”, steering the plane by the power of their arms and legs pushing on control cables. Bleed air system - While the Wright BrothersFlyer barely flew above the dunes at Kittyhawk, today jetliners fly higher than the tallest mountains. The eye level indicator on cockpit window - Pilots come in all sizes - and just like your car, planes have adjustable seats for them. The hole in your window - Since cabin pressure is so important, you might not think a hole in your window is a good thing.
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India Completely Forgot About Its First Jet Fighter- 11 Facts of HF-24 Marut

India Completely Forgot About Its First Jet Fighter- 11 Facts of HF-24 Marut

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India Completely Forgot About Its First Jet Fighter- 11 Facts of HF-24 Marut India’s premier home-built fighter jet Tejas is finally in the Indian Air Force service, although it still hasn’t received the FOC (Final Operational Clearance). The long drawn, and frankly excruciating development process, has been the butt of many jokes and doesn’t really bode well for the future of jet fighter production in the country. But did you know that the Tejas isn’t India’s first jet fighter? It was the single-seat twin-engined HF-24 Marut, which first flew back in 1961. Here are some more amazing facts about the fighter jet you didn’t even know existed. 1. The HF designation in HF-24 Marut stands for Hindustan-Fighter. While the name Marut means ‘Spirit of the Tempest’. 2. Its first flight took place on 17 June 1961, within six years of the specifications for the fighter being drawn up. Things moved quite fast back then. 3. A total of 147 examples were produced, including 18 two-seat trainers. 4. The plane was designed by German aeronautical engineer Kurt Tank. After the Second World War, he moved to Argentina and then came to India to help with the Marut design. 5. Although originally intended to have a top speed of Mach 2 (twice the speed of sound), the Marut could not even manage to do half that. It wasn’t for the lack of trying, but the lack of a suitable engine and also the sanctions after India’s first nuclear test. 6. Since its speed was limited, it was mainly used in a ground attack role. 7. It took part in the 1971 war and though none were lost in dogfights, a few were lost on the ground. The Marut even had a kill to its name. Sqd. Ldr. K K Bakshi recorded the only known aerial victory when he shot down a Pakistani F-86 Sabre on 7 December 1971. 8. After the war was over, three Marut pilots were awarded the Vir Chakra for bravery. 9. Although it never got a powerful enough engine for itself, the Marut was used as a testbed by Egypt for its own engine development programme. 10. The Marut served with three squadrons of the Air Force, the No. 10 squadron, No. 31 squadron and the No. 220 squadron. Unlike today, where the Air Force is short of aircraft, each Marut squadron had more than the sanctioned strength of the aircraft. 11. The last Marut was retired from active service in 1990. The Hindustan Aeronautics HF-24 Marut was devloped by Hindustan Aircraft Limited (HAL), German aircraft designer Kurt Tank was responsible was the design of the aircraft. Specifications General characteristics Crew: 1 Length: 15.87 m Wingspan: 9.00 m Height: 3.60 m Wing area: 28.0 m² Empty weight: 6,195 kg (13,658 lb) Max. takeoff weight: 10,908 kg (24,048 lb) Powerplant: 2 × Bristol Siddeley Orpheus Mk 703 turbojet, 21.6 kN (4,850 lbf) each Performance Maximum speed: 1,112 km/h (600 kn, 691 mph) at sea level Stall speed: 248 km/h (133 knots, 154 mph) (flaps and landing gear down) Combat radius: 396 km [1] (214 nmi, 246 mi) Service ceiling: 13,750 m[citation needed] (45,100 ft) Armament Guns: 4× 30 mm (1.18 in) ADEN cannon with 120 rpg Rockets: Retractable Matra pack of 50× 2.68 in (68 mm) rockets Bombs: Up to 4,000 lb (1,800 kg) on four wing pylons
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Way Jet : Facts about Myself and History of my Channel #1

Way Jet : Facts about Myself and History of my Channel #1

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In this video I'll be explaining why my channnel is full of Atlantic Fleet videos and tell you all a little about me.
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5 Things You Don’t Know: U.S. Aircraft Carriers

5 Things You Don’t Know: U.S. Aircraft Carriers

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Newly hosted by Benari Poulten, a Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve and veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. In this episode, we reveal five intriguing facts about U.S. aircraft carriers. They are the centerpiece of America’s naval force, capable of projecting power across vast expanses of the globe. Check out more videos on http://www.military.com/video/ This is Five Things You Don’t Know About US Aircraft Carriers. Fact One: While underway, Nimitz-class carriers are capable of carrying up to approximately 90 combat aircraft. While that may not seem like that many, considering the US military’s total number of aircraft is just under 14,000, it is astronomical in comparison to the majority of the world’s nations. In fact, more than half the countries in the world have less than 90 aircraft in their entire air force. So, just one Nimitz-class carrier has more air power than the majority of nations have in their whole arsenal. Fact Two: While many of us can easily picture the aircraft carriers of World War II engaging in epic battles in the Pacific, it’s amazing to think that two – the USS Sable and the USS Wolverine – were actually stationed on the Great Lakes as training ships. Originally built as commercial paddle steamers, both the Sable and the Wolverine were purchased by the US Navy in 1942 and converted into carriers. Home ported at Navy Pier in Chicago, they were part of what was called the “Cornbelt Fleet” of training vessels. While they weren’t technically warships because they lacked a hangar deck, elevators and armament, they were extremely valuable in helping pilots practice takeoffs and landings in realistic conditions. As a matter of fact, the two ships together trained more than 17,800 pilots. And one of the flyers to qualify on the Sable was none other than future president George H. W. Bush. Fact Three: Known as “TR” or the “Big Stick” by most folks in the Navy, the USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71 is the fourth Nimitz-class aircraft carrier. Her keel was laid down on October 31st 1981, at Newport News, Virginia. But unlike all carriers before her, the Theodore Roosevelt was the first aircraft carrier to be assembled through modular construction – which essentially worked by pre-building large sections, hoisting them into place using a huge gantry crane, and then welding them together. This process shaved an amazing 16 months off the Theodore Roosevelt’s construction timeline, and proved so effective that every aircraft carrier since her has been built using the same method. Fact Four: During World War II, the United State Navy lost a total of twelve carriers to enemy action. Of these losses, five had names that would fight on as new carriers later in the war. These ships include our nations first carrier, the USS Langley CV-1, which was crippled by Japanese dive-bombers off the coast of Java in 1942. A second Langley, CVL-27, was commissioned in 1943 and took part in attacks on the Marshall Islands and Okinawa. During the Battle of the Coral Sea in May 1942, the USS Lexington CV-2 was sunk by a Japanese torpedo. It later came back as CV-16, which was commissioned in February 1943 and saw extensive action during the Battle of the Philippine Sea and Leyte Gulf. In June 1942, the USS Yorktown CV-5 was sunk at the Battle of Midway. That ship’s name lived on as the USS Yorktown CV-10, which was commissioned in the spring of 1943 and helped launch raids on islands such as Tarawa. The USS Wasp CV-7 was sunk shortly after the Battle of Guadalcanal in the summer of 1942. Its namesake, CV-18, was commissioned in November 1943 and participated in the attack on Okinawa. And finally, the USS Hornet CV-8 was fatally wounded during the Battle of Santa Cruz in October 1942. The Hornet was later resurrected as CV-12, commissioned in November 1943. That ship participated in raids on Tinian, Saipan, Guam and Iwo Jima. Fact Five: For more than forty years, the United States has operated the largest aircraft carriers in the world. Our Nimitz-class supercarriers – the first of which was commissioned in early 1975 – have an overall length of 1,092 feet and a full load displacement of approximately 97,000 tons. They tower an impressive 20 stories above the water, and have a flight deck that’s 4.5 acres big. But as massive as these warships are, our newest supercarriers – the Gerald R. Ford class – are even slightly larger. While these mega-ships have the same overall length of 1,092 feet, their full load displacement is about 100,000 tons – or about 3,000 tons more than the Nimitz-class.
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Plasma Cutting AR500 Plate vs. Water Jet or Laser Facts may surprise you

Plasma Cutting AR500 Plate vs. Water Jet or Laser Facts may surprise you

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In this video we show the process that we use to CNC Plasma Cut AR500 Plate for shooting targets. While some may say that this affects the quality of the plates, watch the video and you decide
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MAKE IN INDIA F- 16 FIGHTER JET: TOP 13 FACTS

MAKE IN INDIA F- 16 FIGHTER JET: TOP 13 FACTS

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MAKE IN INDIA F- 16 FIGHTER JET: TOP 13 FACTS LINK FOR NEW CHANNEL :.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDcgjY23BZeS-JUg8L1LfWA
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