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US Navy's $13 bn carrier embarks on first deployment

Urdu Point 04 Oct 2022
Washington, Oct 4 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 5th Oct, 2022 ) .The US Navy's newest aircraft carrier embarked on its maiden deployment Tuesday, a milestone for a ship that has suffered problems with some of the advanced technologies it carries ... The ship's deployment will ...
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US Navy’s newest carrier deploys to train with NATO nations

The Associated Press 04 Oct 2022
Ford left the world’s largest Navy base in Norfolk, Virginia, along with destroyers and other ships that make up its carrier strike group ... They are designed to carry a wider variety of planes and operate with several hundred fewer sailors. The ship is deploying five years after it was commissioned.
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US Navy's newest carrier deploys to train with NATO nations

San Francisco Chronicle 04 Oct 2022
Ford left the world’s largest Navy base in Norfolk, Virginia, along with destroyers and other ships that make up its carrier strike group ... They are designed to carry a wider variety of planes and operate with several hundred fewer sailors. The ship is deploying five years after it was commissioned.
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‘Strength through support.’ Wright-Patterson once again provides haven during a hurricane

Stars and Stripes 04 Oct 2022
Wright-Patterson also hosted planes and people from Charleston, S.C ... This was, I think, 40 hours out before the initial plane arrived.” ... Troops begin Hurricane Ian response in Florida as Georgia, South Carolina bases prepare for storm’s arrival Military planes, ships evacuated as ‘extremely dangerous’ Hurricane Ian approaches Florida.
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Letters a cheap shot at DeSantis

Citrus County Chronicle 04 Oct 2022
So these letter writers make a big deal about sending the poor illegal’s to the exclusive liberal rich sanctuary island from which they were promptly kicked off within 48 hours! Oh, wait; have you seen the signed papers that Biden’s people got for shipping plane loads to New ...
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Someone in NYC is sending Migrants to Florida promising work

Hot Air 04 Oct 2022
So what should the liberal response be to this scheme if it turns out to be a hoax? Over at The Daily Beast, they thought it was hilarious, saying that the project “broke the irony meter.” So when Ron DeSantis or Greg Abbott ship illegal migrants to sanctuary cities that claim to welcome them, it’s evil and racist.
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Putin's nuclear options: The terrifying weapons Russia could use against Ukraine, and the targets they ...

The Daily Mail 04 Oct 2022
Kremlin-watchers have long placed meaning on a famous story Vladimir Putin once told of his encounter with a rat when he was a child in the Soviet ruins of Leningrad ... Russia maintains around 6,000 nukes, of which 2,000 are 'tactical' that can be deployed on the battlefield via ships, planes or short range missile. Pictured ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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Will Russia use nuclear weapons? Putin's warnings explained

Reuters 04 Oct 2022
LONDON, Oct 4 (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin, who rules the world's biggest nuclear power, has repeatedly cautioned the West that any attack on Russia could provoke a nuclear response ... Register ... Such weapons can be dropped from planes, fired on missiles from the ground, ships or submarines, or detonated by ground forces ... U.S ... U.S ... The U.S.
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Ian survivors struggling as effects of storm linger

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 04 Oct 2022
ships were scheduled to leave Norfolk on Monday for training exercises in the Atlantic Ocean with vessels from other NATO Countries ... to put planes in the air 25% faster. The Ford will operate in the Atlantic Ocean as the lead ship of a strike group bearing the carrier's name.
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Shock and Awe: Who Attacked the Nord Stream Pipelines?

Moscow Times 04 Oct 2022
as depth charges dropped from a surface ship or even from a plane, or as explosives with a delayed charge installed by divers or delivered by a submarine, or even from inside the pipeline, the same way that a pipeline inspection gauge (a “pig”) goes through Nord Stream 1 every year to inspect it and remove debris and sludge.
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A Look Back in Time: Centralia Students Participate in Drive for Scrap Metal During WWII ...

The Centralia Chronicle 04 Oct 2022
Centralia’s 1,800 students were expected to join students throughout the nation from Oct. 5 to Oct. 17, 1942, in staging an “all-out drive for scrap metal,” a shortage of which was causing delays in the production of American tanks, ships, planes and guns during World War II ... 5) to Oct. 17.” ... Saturday, Oct. 1, 1932 ... • J.R ... 28.
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Ukraine war: Will Putin use nuclear weapons?

Al Jazeera 04 Oct 2022
Vladimir Putin, who controls the world’s largest nuclear arsenal, pledged last week to use “all the powers and means at our disposal” to defend Russia ... Who has the most nuclear weapons? ... Such weapons can be mounted on missiles and fired from the ground, ships or submarines. They can also be dropped from planes or detonated by ground forces ... .
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CIA director Bill Burns says China's Xi has been 'sobered' by Russia's 'poor performance' in ...

The Daily Mail 04 Oct 2022
Ukraine's fierce resistance to the Russian invasion will be a 'sobering' sight for Chinese leader Xi Jinping, according to CIA chief Bill Burns, who said it could deter him from invading Taiwan ... Russia maintains around 6,000 nukes, of which 2,000 are 'tactical' that can be deployed on the battlefield via ships, planes or short range missile ... Share ... .
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US, China urged to team up on emissions

China Daily 03 Oct 2022
Climate experts have urged more Sino-US cooperation in reducing carbon emissions from ships and aircraft ... Ships and planes have become more and more present in people's daily lives ... She spoke of the Yangtze River region ... Bilateral trade is responsible for about 2.5 percent of global shipping carbon dioxide emissions ... .
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USS Gerald R. Ford’s 1st deployment postponed as nor’easter looms to the south

Finger Lakes Times 03 Oct 2022
Now that is it ready — weather aside — the warship is touted as the Navy’s most technologically advanced carrier as it is the first to use a new aircraft-launching technology called the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System, also known as EMALS, to put planes in the air 25% faster.

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