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Iran looks to have fixed its fake aircraft carrier after using it for target practice years ago, meaning it may be planning to start hitting it again.
The Pentagon has tried twice this year to mothball one of its aircraft carriers, but it keeps getting shut down
The Pentagon recently tried again to retire the USS Harry S. Truman decades ahead of schedule and cut funding for the carrier's air wing.
China has entered its first homegrown aircraft carrier into service in a major achievement as it builds up its naval forces.
The acting Navy secretary promises he’ll fix the Ford aircraft carrier because he’s tired of it being a ‘whipping boy for why the Na...
Explaining that the president is "very concerned" about the Ford, Modly said that he is making fixing this flattop a top priority for the Navy.
The Navy and the shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls have been "aggressively" applying lessons learned while building the USS Ford to its next supercarrier.
The new seal for the Navy’s next aircraft carrier contains a hint about big changes coming to naval aviation
The recently unveiled seal for the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy features its best-known aircraft, along with a future addition.
109 years ago, an aircraft took off from a US Navy warship. These are some memorable developments from the history of carrier aviation.
The ship's commanding officer acknowledged the string of recent suicides late Monday. "My heart is broken," Capt. Sean Bailey wrote on Facebook.
A US Navy carrier strike group is weirdly deploying without its aircraft carrier after it broke down
Four escort ships of the Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group are setting sail on a new deployment. The group's aircraft carrier, however, is not.
The US Navy finally repaired its broken supercarrier, but there’s still a question of who is going to pay for it
The Navy picked up the tab for the repairs — the cost of which is unknown, and now there's a question about who has to pay them back for the work.