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  1. HMS Queen Elizabeth

    HMS Queen Elizabeth

    The new carrier alongside Invergordon 17 July 2017
  2. USS Intrepid

    USS Intrepid

    The aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, now permanently docked in New York as a museum.
  3. USS Intrepid

    USS Intrepid

    The aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, now permanently docked in New York as a museum. Interesting anchor configuration: bow and starboard. The viewpoint which makes you wonder how she stays upright!
  4. USS Intrepid

    USS Intrepid

    The aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, now permanently docked in New York as a museum.
  5. USS Intrepid

    USS Intrepid

    The aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, now permanently docked in New York as a museum. Smoke drifting across the Hudson River from a fire on the New Jersey side lends a touch of wartime atmosphere.
  6. USS Intrepid

    USS Intrepid

    The aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, now permanently docked in New York as a museum.
  7. USS Intrepid

    USS Intrepid

    The aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, now permanently docked in New York as a museum.
  8. HMS VICTORIOUS

    HMS VICTORIOUS

    Victorious without her squadrons.
  9. HMS EAGLE

    HMS EAGLE

    HMS EAGLE pre modernisation
  10. 122-41

    122-41

    The Minas Gerais being repaired after hitting an assisting tug on arrival at Pan American Dock, Puerto Rico, April 1996.
  11. Minas Gerais

    Minas Gerais

    Brazilian Air Force Tracker (locally called P-16E) 7032 goes down forward lift during deployment in march 1989.
  12. Brazil´s Minas Gerais (A-11)

    Brazil´s Minas Gerais (A-11)

    Minas Gerais´ crew member crosses the rain washed flight deck wearing aviation department compatible colours, flight deck required, clothes over the dungarees before air operations.
  13. Brazil´s Minas Gerais (A-11)

    Brazil´s Minas Gerais (A-11)

    Rain washed flight deck of the Minas Gerais being readied for flight ops, in the morning of March 7th, 1989.
  14. H.M.S. Centaur (RO6)

    H.M.S. Centaur (RO6)

    Light Fleet Aircraft Carrier, 24,000 tonnes. Launched in 1947. Commissioned in 1953. Scrapped in 1973 at Cairn Ryan. Photograph shows Whirlwind helicopter landing on deck.
  15. Victorious

    Victorious

    Aerial view of the Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Victorious (R38), taken circa 1958-1960, when the Royal Navy operated the Douglas Skyraider AEW.1.
  16. Carrier= HMAS MELBOURNE

    Carrier= HMAS MELBOURNE

    I wonder if anyone would be able to identify this carrier. I can't make out the insignia on the aircraft and the NAVY in English is intriguing.
  17. Ark Royal

    Ark Royal

    Press Photo issued May 1957 with the following information attached to the rear of the photo. British Squadron to visit American Waters. The British Squadron at the International Naval Review inHampton Roads, Virgina, a June 8 – 17 (1957) feature of the Jamestown Festval, will consist of the aircra
  18. Ark Royal

    Ark Royal

    Photographed in 1970
  19. ARK ROYAL

    ARK ROYAL

    Ark Royal , photographed in 1975 during a eight nation NATO maritime exercise OCEAN SAFARI, in the Eastern Atlantic and Norwegian Sea. On deck can be seen US Navy A7 Corsair and F4 Phantom along with RN Buccaneers and Phantoms. The USN aircraft were embarked during cross deck operations with the US
  20. Argus

    Argus

    Argus was laid down in 1914 by William Beardmore and Company in Glasgow as the Italian ocean liner Conte Rosso. However, before she was launched, she was purchased by the Royal Navy for conversion into an aircraft carrier. She was built from the start with an unobstructed flight deck (the "flus
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