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Helicopter shed behind with space for 2 H-60 class helicopters ... Helicopter holder and flightdeck can backing up to 3 H-60-class (ordinarily just ...
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Stage Identifications Villanova NROTC

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Select Platform Type SUBMARINES AIRCRAFT SURFACE SHIPS

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CVN-68 Nimitz-class CVN-65 Enterprise-class CV-63 Kitty Hawk-class LHA-1 Tarawa-class LHD-1 Wasp-class LPD-17 San Antonio-class LPD-4 Austin-class LSD-41 Whidbey Island-class LCC-19 Blue Ridge-class AS-39 Emory S. Land-class FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class CG-47 Ticonderoga-class PC-1 Cyclone-class MCM-1 Avenger-class MHC-51 Osprey-class T-AH-19 Mercy-class T-AOE-6 Supply-class T-AO-187 Henry J. Kaiser-class USS Constitution Surface Ships Return to past menu

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Submarines SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class SSN-21 Seawolf-class SSN-774 Virginia-class SSBN-726 Ohio-class SSGN-726 Ohio-class Return to past menu

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H-60 Seahawk AH-1W Super Cobra UH-1N Iroquois/Huey AV-8B Harrier II F/A-18 Hornet/Super Hornet EA-18G Growler EA-6B Prowler S-3B Viking F-16 Fighting Falcon F-22 Raptor E-2C Hawkeye C-2 Greyhound C-130 Hercules MV-22 Osprey CH-46 Sea Knight MH/CH-53E Sea Dragon/Stallion P-3C Orion EP-3 Aries II F-35 Lightning II F-15 Eagle Aircraft Return to past menu

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SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class Fast Attack Submarines SSN-688 have fairwater planes situated on the sail/conning tower SSN-688i have retractable bow planes Can direct ASW/ASUW/ISR/MIW/ Strike/SOF Support Carry a blend of torpedos, TLAM, mines Nuclear controlled Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class Vertical conning tower/sail VLS tubes Vertical sail/conning tower when contrasted with SSN-21/774-classes Vertical dispatching tubes take into account TLAM dispatch Can be furnished with Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS) or Dry Deck Shelters (DDS) to bolster insertion of Navy SEALs SSN-688 SSN-688i Return to past menu

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SSN-21 Seawolf-class Fast assault submarine Capable of ASW/ASUW/Strike SSN-23 has stretched out body to bolster SOF Sail has a wedge in front to decrease stream clamor No VLS 8 torpedo tubes Capable of conveying torpedos, mines, TLAM and Harpoon Nuclear fueled Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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SSN-21 Seawolf-class Wedge at front of conning tower/sail Torpedo tubes Sail is set further toward the back on vessel when contrasted with SSN-774-class Vessel is more extensive than SSN-774-class No VLS tubes Return to past menu Click for Picture

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SSN-774 Virginia-class Fast assault submarine Capable of ASW/ASUW/Strike/SOF Support/ISR Sail has a wedge before it to diminish stream commotion VLS tubes to dispatch TLAM 4 torpedo tubes Capable of conveying torpedos, mines, TLAM and Harpoon Nuclear controlled Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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SSN-774 Virginia-class Sail is put further forward on vessel when contrasted with SSN-21-class Vessel is smaller than SSN-21-class VLS tubes Return to past menu Click for Picture

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SSBN-726 Ohio-class Ballistic Missile Submarines Can convey up to 24 Trident Ballistic Missiles Fairwater planes situated on the sail/conning tower Large level deck behind of the sail where rockets are found. Atomic controlled Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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SSBN-726 Ohio-class Ballistic Missile tubes Return to past menu Click for Picture

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SSGN-726 Ohio-class Guided Missile Submarine Recommissioned 4 Ohio-class SSBNs Replaced atomic ballistic rockets with TLAM and SOF backing Can convey up to 154 TLAM or less TLAM and can bolster up to 2 ASDS/DDS for SOF Nuclear fueled Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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SSGN-726 Ohio-class Return to past menu Click for Picture

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LHA-1 Tarawa Class Amphibious strike ship Carries a blend of helicopters and AV-8B Harrier flies Well deck can suit 2 LCU\'s and 1 LCAC Steam impetus with crisis diesel electrical generators. 3 stay in commission (2007) Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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LHA-1 Tarawa Class SPS-48 Radar CIWS Mount RAM Launcher Cutout in flight deck for 5 inch firearm mounts Overall, tall island structure that does not cover the length of the flight deck (when contrasted with LHD) Only has CIWS and RAM launchers SPS-48 radar is situated on the rearward part of the superstructure Click for Picture Return to past menu

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LHD-1 Wasp Class Multipurpose land and/or water capable attack ship Carries a blend of helicopters and AV-8B Harrier planes Can convey up to 3 LCACs LHD-1-7 have steam drive with crisis diesel generators LHD-8 has gas turbine impetus with diesel electrical generators. Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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LHD-1 Wasp Class CIWS Mount NSSMS Launcher SPS-48E Radar RAM Launcher Starboard Elevator Overall, shorter, longer island structure (when contrasted with LHA) Has CIWS, RAM, and NSSMS Launchers SPS-48 radar is situated on the forward part of the superstructure Aircraft lift on port and starboard sides Square flight deck Click for Picture Return to past menu

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LPD-4 Austin-class Amphibious Transport Dock Telescoping holder takes into consideration stockpiling of helicopters Carries 1 LCU Steam impetus. Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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LPD-4 Austin-class CIWS Mount CIWS Mount Telescoping Hangar Staircase forward superstructure rather than LSD/LPD-17 class Two CIWS mounts Click for Picture Return to past menu

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LSD-41 Whidbey Island/Harpers Ferry-class Dock Landing Ships Whidbey Island-class can convey up to 5 LCACs, Harpers Ferry Class can convey up to 3 LCACs Main outside distinction is course of action of CIWS/RAM and number of freight cranes. Diesel impetus and electrical era Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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LSD-41 Whidbey Island/Harpers Ferry-class CIWS Mount CIWS Mount Cargo Cranes RAM Launcher Large box superstructure instead of LPD-4 class Whidbey Island variation has forward RAM launcher forward, CIWS above superstructure Harpers Ferry variation has forward RAM launcher abover superstructure, CIWS forward Whidbey Island variation has two payload cranes Harpers Ferry variation has one freight crane Click for Picture Return to past menu

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LPD-17 San Antonio-class Amphibious Transport Dock Large inner helicopter holder Enclosed pole structures Carries 1 LCU Diesel drive and electrical era Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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LPD-17 San Antonio-class RAM Launcher Enclosed Mast Structures 30mm Cannon Stealthier lines Enclosed pole structures diminish radar cross area 2 RAM launchers 2 30 mm guns Click for Picture Return to past menu

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DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class Guided Missile Destroyers 3 primary "flights" with varieties between and inside flights Flight IIA have helicopter holders and can leave 2 H-60-class helicopters. Gas Turbine drive and electrical era Multi-mission surface soldier Click on picture for bigger picture Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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Flt I/II DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class 5" Deck Gun Single Raked Mast Harpoon Launchers SPY-1D Arrays Stealthier lines than CG Single "Raked Mast" Single 5" firearm mount forward A/SPY-1D Arrays on single superstructure No helicopter holder Harpoon launchers behind Click for Picture Return to past menu

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Flt IIA DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class Single Raked Mast RMS Hanger (DDG-91-95 just) 5" Deck Gun SPY-1D Arrays Helicopter Hanger Stealthier lines than CG Single "Raked Mast" Single 5" weapon mount forward A/SPY-1D Arrays on single superstructure Helicopter holder and raised toward the back rocket deck Remote Mine Hunting System Hanger on DDG\'s-91-95 No Harpoon launchers Click for Picture Return to past menu

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CG-47 Ticonderoga-Class Guided rocket cruiser Primary mission is Air Defense, yet is equipped for executing strike, surface and hostile to submarine fighting Two 5" weapons Two 64 cell VLS launchers Helicopter overhang rearward with space for 2 H-60 class helicopters Gas turbine impetus and electrical plant Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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CG-47 Ticonderoga-class CIWS Mount Harpoon Launcher Helicopter Hanger SPY-1A/B Radar 5" Deck Gun 5" Deck Gun SPY-1A/B Radar VLS Launcher VLS Launcher Double Mast course of action 5" firearm mounts forward and rearward A/SPY-1D Arrays on forward and behind superstructure Helicopter holder Harpoon launchers rearward CIWS mounts amidships, port and starboard Click for Picture Return to past menu

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FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class Guided Missile Frigate No rockets on load up Helicopter holder with space for 2 H-60 class 76mm firearm amidships CIWS mount behind Fast escort for vendor guards, land and/or water capable or in progress renewal undertaking bunches Anti-submarine and surface fighting stage Gas turbine impetus, Diesel electrical plant Click on picture for bigger picture Return to past menu

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FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class CIWS Mount 76mm Gun Mount Helicopter Hanger Double Mast game plan 76mm Gun midships Single CIWS mount toward the back Helicopter holder Click for Picture Return to past menu

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PC-1 Cyclone-class Coastal watch vessels Small team Excellent backing for oceanic prohibition operations (MIO) Two 25mm guns and c

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