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Regardless of whether it's new supercarriers or large aircraft-carrying amphibious assault ships, the Navy can't seem to get either on time.
The Navy has rules for naming its ships, but the Secretary of the Navy makes the final decision — so sometimes, it breaks its own rules.
Trump tells troops that future US supercarriers are ‘going to use steam’ in a weird rant about an obsession he can’t seem to shake
President Donald Trump can't stand the new electromagnetic catapults the Navy has on its carriers, so he's suggesting the service use steam instead.
Aircraft carriers are powerful tools, but Iran has many ways to thwart their power and even threaten them in the confined waters of the Persian Gulf.
China is working on a third aircraft carrier, one expected to be much more technologically advanced than its predecessors, the Pentagon reported.
Parts from the USS Enterprise — the "Big E" — are being incorporated into other US Navy carriers. See where the pieces of this big ship are going.
China wants to turn its training aircraft carrier into a combat ship — here’s how it stacks up against US carriers
China has more planned for its first aircraft carrier than just training, as it is now pushing to transform the Liaoning into a combat ship.
The Navy’s new $13 billion supercarriers have a high-tech feature that is apparently driving Trump crazy
Trump has called the USS Gerald R. Ford supercarrier a "100,000-ton message to the world," but there is one thing about it he just can't let go.
China’s new ‘carrier killer’ video is a treasure trove of military intel that should worry the US Navy
The unprecedented video offered a treasure trove of military intelligence to the US about the DF-26, including that US carriers are at grave risk.
The Navy’s newest aircraft carrier got a long-missing piece of gear in December, helping to solve a problem the Navy secretary has bet his job o...
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer once said he'd bet his job on finally outfitting the USS Gerald R. Ford with its weapons elevators.