Life on US Aircraft Carrier (Warship)- Military Documentary 2016.

Life on US Aircraft Carrier (Warship)- Military Documentary 2016.

U.S. aircraft carriers are the “backbone” of America’s global military presence.It is the heart of the US navy, delivery an arsenal of firepower without ever needing to get into direct enemy fire.
You’ll get a close-up look at the US Navy aircraft carrier U.S.S. Carl Vinson (CVN-70) with its 3 million gallons of jet fuel, and you’ll marvel at the F/A-18C Hornets, EA-6B Prowlers, and F-14D Tomcats that take off from its deck. You’ll experience the triumphs and disappointments of the courageous 6000-member crew as they go about their daily routines.
The modern supercarrier is widely referred to as a “city at sea.”

Recently USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier is deployed in middle east to create a presence that will help the US airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).


24 thoughts on “Life on US Aircraft Carrier (Warship)- Military Documentary 2016.”

  1. Funny how everyone has the most important job.
    Pilot: "The purpose of everyone aboard this ship is to support my mission."
    Navigator: "If not for me, the pilot wouldn't even know where to go."
    Mechanic: If I wasn't here there would be no airplane to fly"
    Skipper "This ship doesn't even move without my say-so."
    Ordnance: There is no reason to even have planes here if not for us."
    Guy washing toilets: "God damn! I sure pissed somebody off!"

  2. Hmmmm right off the bat its showing that our jets are not as good as  Russia etc..they don't worry about debris on their landings because their jets are made to handle such conditions.. I stopped watching because I like to believe we are the mighty ones ….we ever get into it with Russia we are so fucked..

  3. I was on the USS Nimitz aka "USS Never Imagined Myself In This Zoo" ,or the USS Numnutz, during Westpac '93 . I was basically a "turd" aka Plane Captain. I was aboard for 6 months, and I was in an F14 Squadron that was based at NAS Miramar. The squadron was named VF24 Fighting Renegades. I talk about it on my channel.

  4. How old is this video? It cannot be recent since the F-14 has been retired for 10 years. Also, there is no where in San Francisco which handles carries anymore. All regular fleet naval activities in San Francisco have been closed for years.

  5. So very, very proud of these people working for our nation. And so proud that our military now places a greater priority on the safety and comfort of these people. At $2M per pilot it only makes sense.

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