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The U.S. Navy today is the strongest navy in the world. This is partly due to the fact that other nations simply can’t afford the colossal military spending required to field a navy that can compare. As a result, in addition to its record number of aircraft carriers, the U.S. Navy features equipment that one could only find in science fiction movies. Let's take a closer look at what kind of armament the U.S. installs on its ships. In this video, you'll learn what kind of missiles U.S. ships are armed with. We'll tell you about the most modern forms of long-range weapons, such as universal ship installations, innovative railguns, and powerful lasers; weapons that may soon change the face of warfare dramatically!
There are seven categories of modern warships; aircraft carriers, cruisers, destroyers, frigates, corvettes, amphibious assault ships, and submarines. If you ever wondered how some of these classes differed from the others, wonder no more, cause it's #NotWhatYouThink Music: V1rgo - Ambre Jaune The Sewers - Hampus Naeselius Unsolved - Mythical Score Society We Still Have Courage - Bonnie Grace Echoes of Us - David Celeste Through the Maze - Dream Cave My Mystery - J.F. Gloss Different Techniques - Marten Moses Short on Time - Experia Footage: US Navy Royal Navy Finnish Navy Försvarsmakten Inblick Israel Defense Forces "The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement." References: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 0:00 Intro 1:03 Aircraft Carriers 2:35 Cruisers 4:19 Destroyers 6:58 Frigates 8:29 Corvettes 10:28 Amphibious Assault Ships 11:00 Submarines 12:20 Outro
This is the Most Powerful Ship in the U.S Navy The U.S. Navy is the most powerful in the world. It has a collection of vessels that would make Poseidon blush and stop a kraken in its tracks. Both new and old, some of these weapons systems are the gold standard for naval ships. Here are the Navy’s most powerful vessels. Only a wise person would know what the most powerful ship on this Videos, Top 10 Most Powerful Ships in the U.S. NAVY, Also watch other videos you might like: ► Just How Powerful is 7th Fleet? U.S Warships 2020►🤍 ► Why the U.S. Army Wants to Replace Bradley Fighting Vehicle►🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE Here ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES Watch More Video : 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Thank A lot for always supporting US
“We envision fleets of smaller, multi-mission vessels, operating with surface warfare leadership. People talk about a 355-ship Navy, how about a 35,000-ship Navy?,” Maj. Gen. David Coffman, Director of Naval Expeditionary Warfare, told an audience at the Surface Naval Association Symposium. Other videos you might like: This is America's E-6 Mercury ► 🤍 Why America's Enemies Feared the P-47 ► 🤍 10 Reasons the F-35 ► 🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO US ► 🤍 Thank You
Armed to the teeth and ready to strike at a moment’s notice, warships are the cornerstone of any country’s Navy. Designed for speed and maneuverability, the warship doesn’t carry anything but munitions and supplies and provides both the perfect defense for large carriers and troop support during amphibious landings. The first purpose-built steam-powered battleship, the Napoléon, was launched in 1850 for the French Navy and carried a whopping 90 guns on board. Today, warships are going to have multiple large-barrel guns and cannons and all sorts of missiles to aid in land, air, and sea combat, as well as the latest and greatest radar and tracking technology. And as one country improved its warships, the next country will only try to outdo them. So join us for today’s video, where we look at the 15 most powerful Navy warships! #navy #warships #top15 Several segments are licensed under creative commons 🤍 For more video information, please visit our website. The Top Fives show brings you informational and entertaining top five videos! Join us and subscribe for more. Follow Josh on Instagram! Founder and producer of the Top Fives show. Stay up to date with the channel and everything YouTube and business related! 🤍 Follow us on Facebook! 🤍 Contact us via the email form here: 🤍 Note: The videos featured on the Top Fives channel are for educational and informational purposes. If you have a good idea for a video, leave us a comment! We try to read each and every comment made.
Video description: Many countries are upgrading their ageing naval fleet. United States is one country that has committed to upgrading and developing new advanced naval vessels. These new modern vessels will be exceptionally more capable than the previous vessels. There will be technological advances in radars systems and sensors, components, and weapons which will remain an important part of the modern military's inventory for the foreseeable future. This video presents the 10 upcoming Naval Vessels of USA. Enjoy watching. Cheers! ———————————— Check out other videos from our channel: • The Best 6th Generation Fighter Concepts: 🤍 • Top 8 Bombers With Highest Weapons Load Capacity Ever Built: 🤍 • Top 10 Close-In Weapon Systems In The World: 🤍 • List of Submarine Incidents Since 2000: 🤍 • Top 10 Most Powerful Aircraft Carriers in the World Today (By Class): youtube.com/watch?v=5u3wtAz32ds&t=78s ———————————— Credits: 🤍 🤍 🤍 By Jrrb26dett 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 ———————————— FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. The Buzz does not own the rights to these videos and pictures. They have, in accordance with fair use, been repurposed with the intent of educating and inspiring others. However, if any content owners would like their images removed, please contact us by email at-thebuzz938🤍gmail.com.
Welcome back to the Fluctus channel for a discussion about what it’s like to live and work inside the most advanced Destroyers in the U.S. Navy Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
Modern warships come in the same "class" of ship as they did in WW II, but the sizes are different. From largest to smallest: Aircraft carriers are airports at sea. They are often called "floating cities" because they can hold hundreds of planes, and thousands of sailors. US Nimitz class carriers can weigh over 100,000 ton. Escort carriers are smaller aircraft carriers. They have fewer planes and sailors, but are usually faster. Helicopter carriers are used by the United States Marine Corps and some navies. Destroyers are smaller and faster than cruisers and frigates. They are usually used to hunt down enemy submarines. Sometimes, they will also attack enemy airplanes. They can also go closer to shore than larger ships. This allows them to attack things on land.
Follow the crew of USS Paul Hamilton (DDG-60) underway in the Pacific, as the crew talks about life on a USN Destroyer - from what they do for work, to where they eat, sleep, and work out. Filmed in July 2019. Film Credits: U.S. Navy Video by Austin Rooney, Defense Media Activity-Navy Production - released
Here are the 8 Ships the US Navy Commissioned in 2017 The United States Navy saw some big leaps forward over the last year. A total of eight ships were commissioned in 2017, including the first of a new class of nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, an expeditionary support base, and two Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers. That’s an increase from the five commissioned in 2016. These are the new ships: 1. USS Little Rock (LCS 9) 2. USS Portland (LPD 27) 3. USS Washington (SSN 787) 4. USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3) 5. USS Rafael Peralta (DDG 115) 6. USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) 7. USS John Finn (DDG 113) 8. USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10)
Welcome back to the FLUCTUS channel for a feature on the U.S. Navy's most ambitious destroyers that have evolved from small, fast, close-in surface combatants to multi-mission offensive and defensive warships able to operate both independently, in cohort of a strike group and even unmanned. Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
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Welcome back to the FLUCTUS channel for a feature of the Gerald R Ford Class, the world’s biggest aircraft carrier at sea. With a full load displacement of 100,000t and the 78m-wide flight deck, this amazing warship has the capacity to carry more than 75 aircraft and accommodate 4,539 personnel, including the ship's company, air wing and other support staff. Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
The U.S. Navy has invested billions in the Littoral Combat Ship. But with unsolved problems and a murky mission set, will this close to shore surface combatant remain a key part of the Navy's strategy? The USS Freedom — the first Littoral Combat Ship, or LCS — was decommissioned after only 13 years in the fleet. This move appears to be at odds with the U.S. Navy’s goal of building up a force of 355 ships. The LCS is designed for littoral areas, or water closer to shore. Larger ships have trouble operating in these areas because of the shallow water. But engine issues, mission module problems and the evolving state of the world have put the future of the ship in choppy waters. Several older Littoral Combat Ships are also being decommissioned due to the high cost of upgrading them. “The bottom line is, it’s a zero-sum game. Every dollar you spend to keep those [LCS’] going is $1 you can spend on these other, I think, higher priorities” said Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., chairman of the House Armed Services Committee. To increase the vessel’s punch, the Navy has moved to add the Naval Strike Missile to some of the warships. It also decided to designate certain ships for specific missions, in contrast with the quick and swappable mission modules that were envisioned when the ship was first designed. There are two variants of the Littoral Combat Ship: the Independence-class, an all-aluminum trimaran design, and the Freedom-class, which is a more traditional steel hull with an aluminum superstructure. “Independence has been very successful deploying overseas to Singapore, in you know, in China’s backyard,” LCS Squadron Two commander Capt. David Miller said. “Starting in late 2019, the Freedom-class followed in the [U.S. Southern Command Area of Responsibility].” The Freedom-class was plagued by an engine issue that related to the combining gear, a complex piece of machinery that ensures that the multiple engines on the ship can function together. The Navy and Lockheed Martin are working to fix the problem in future ships that are waiting to be commissioned into the fleet, and those that have yet to be constructed. “In a nutshell, we are running on track to get to put that problem behind us and move on with the future of the freedom class,” Miller said. » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: 🤍 About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to CNBC PRO: 🤍 #CNBC Can The Navy Fix Its Most Controversial Warship?
Before You Comment Please Read and understand this ↦ THUMBNAIL : JUST ILLUSTRATION Danish Navy intercept IRANIAN Warships on Baltic Sea The Danish military has said that it has spotted an Iranian destroyer and a large support vessel sailing through the Baltic Sea, thought to be heading to Russia for a military parade in the coming days. #Danish Navy #Makran #News The two vessels left Iranian Bandar Abbas port in May. Images from Maxar Technologies dated 28 April appear to show seven Iranian fast-attack craft typically associated with its paramilitary Revolutionary Guard on the deck of the Makran. The Danish military photos showed those seven vessels covered and still aboard the Makran. The fast-attack craft aboard the Makran are the type that the Revolutionary Guard uses in its encounters with US warships in the Persian Gulf and its narrow mouth.
John “Guts” Gutierrez is an active duty Navy Commander having served for 17 years, initially as a helicopter pilot deployed all over the world, and credentialed as an Aviation Safety Officer. He’s a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis and has a personal passion for the UAP mystery. In this episode of WEAPONIZED, Jeremy & George talk with John about his life and personal perspective on the current, global UAP mystery. They also talk in-depth about the now famous UFO swarm event series that occurred off the coast of California in 2019. This is a case now widely known due to Jeremy’s & George’s reporting on the events. This dramatic UFO event series included 10 Navy warships that were brazenly swarmed by over 100 Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). For the first time ever - we get to hear what really happened - directly from two military eyewitnesses tasked with responding to the incursions within United States restricted airspace. ••• WEAPONIZED would like to make clear that John is not speaking in any official capacity. He is not representing the U.S. Navy, the DoD or U.S. Government. All views and opinions expressed throughout the podcast by John [and by the anonymous service members] are strictly his/their own - and in no way represent the official position of the U.S. Navy, DoD or U.S. Government. ••• GOT A TIP? Reach out to us at WeaponizedPodcast🤍Proton.me ••• In WEAPONIZED, Jeremy Corbell and George Knapp pull back the veil on the world of the known, to explore the unexplained. This multi-platform investigative series features exclusive interviews, never-before-seen footage, previously-suppressed documents, original audio and video recordings, and hard evidence related to UFOs, the paranormal, cutting-edge science, cover-ups, conspiracies, and big-time crimes. Original, groundbreaking conversations with government whistleblowers, spies, spooks, scientists, military officials, muckraking journalists, filmmakers, historians, artists, musicians, and major celebrities will cast a wide shadow through the other-world… and detail the human experiences that inform these extraordinary phenomena. Your curiosity will be WEAPONIZED! Full audio episodes are published across all podcast platforms - and in visual form exclusively at 🤍 and here on Corbell’s YouTube channel. New episodes released Tuesdays. LEARN MORE : 🤍 LISTEN : Click here and you will get directed to your favorite audio-only PODCAST platform 🤍 Extras and bonuses from episodes can be found at 🤍 For breaking news, follow Corbell & Knapp on all social media. ••• JEREMY CORBELL is an American contemporary artist and investigative filmmaker with movies on Netflix and Hulu. He is known for his documentary work exploring mysteries in the fields of UFOs, advanced technology and the “dark space” where science confronts the abnormal. Corbell’s films reveal how ideas, held by credible individuals, can alter the way we experience reality and help us to reconsider the fabric of our own beliefs. FOLLOW JEREMY ON SOCIAL 🤍 🤍 🤍 JEREMY'S WEBSITE 🤍 ••• GEORGE KNAPP is an investigative journalist, whose work has been recognized with Edward R Murrow Awards, DuPont, Peabody Awards, and 28 Regional Emmy Awards. He is the chief investigative reporter for KLAS TV (CBS) and a regular host of the syndicated Coast to Coast AM radio show. His numerous exclusives include his reporting on the story of Bob Lazar, the public coverage of Area 51 and Skinwalker Ranch. FOLLOW GEORGE ON SOCIAL 🤍 🤍 🤍 GEORGE'S WEBSITE 🤍 ••• WEAPONIZED is a presentation of Jeremy Corbell, George Knapp, Dark Horse Entertainment and Cadence13 Studios. Weaponize Your Curiosity! ••• *Music by Oliver Lewis 🤍 & Boomopera 🤍
Welcome back to the Fluctus Channel for a fascinating feature on how the US Navy warships survive extreme natural calamities in the open waters. Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
Compare news coverage from around the world and across the political spectrum with Ground News: 🤍 The littoral combat ships have arguably been the most problematic US Navy procurement program in the recent history, as many of them have been and will be decommissioned prematurely. But what is going to happen to these ships, is #NotWhatYouThink #NWYT #longs Music: Footage: US Department of Defense Note: "The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement."
The US Navy is the most powerful group of ships, carriers, and sailors on Earth. The Navy is older than the US — founded in 1775 as the Continental Navy — and is currently made up of 430 ships and submarines. It's been involved in more than 10 major wars, and combat has taken the Navy all over the world. The surface fleet is made up of 16 different classes of vessels, and includes amphibious assault ships, aircraft carriers, command ships, mine sweepers, destroyers, littoral combat ships, and more. We put together a list of all the types of surface ships in service with the US Navy: Credit: 🤍
How powerful is The United States Seventh Fleet. The Seventh Fleet is a numbered fleet (a military formation) of the United States Navy. It is headquartered at U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka, in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is part of the United States Pacific Fleet. At present, it is the largest of the forward-deployed U.S. fleets, with 60 to 70 ships, 300 aircraft and 40,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel.Its principal responsibilities are to provide joint command in natural disaster or military operations and operational command of all naval forces in the region.
The Phalanx weapon system carries out functions usually performed by multiple systems: search, detection, threat evaluation, tracking, engagement and kill assessment. The Block 1B version adds control stations that allow operators to visually track and identify targets before engagement. With an added forward-looking infrared sensor, the 1B variant can be used at sea against helicopters and high-speed surface craft and on land to help identify and confirm incoming threats. The Phalanx weapon system is installed on all U.S. Navy surface combatant ship classes and on those of 24 allied nations. The land-based version is forward deployed and has been used in combat. Subscribe Now : 🤍
In March 2006, the USS Gonzalez and the USS Cape St George were conducting a board and search operation on a suspicious vessel in the Indian Ocean. As two American boarding teams approached the craft, small arms fire began to be received from pirates stationed on the vessel, forcing the boarding teams to disengage and return to the safety of the warships; however, the unexpected then happened, as the pirates switched their fire onto the two warships themselves, marking the first time in the 21st Century that a US Navy ship had come under fire from an enemy vessel. Music licensed from Artlist.io - Reflection by Oliver Michael *NO PART OF THIS VIDEO MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY FORM (REACTIONS OR RE-UPLOADED) WITHOUT THE PRIOR PERMISSION OF THE CREATOR* Patreon Supporters Robinson Reyes/BIA GERMANY/The Dilfy/Adam Davies/Nicolas Tang/Jaren/Mike Lassiter/Ry Jones/Toff/Peter van der Werf/Matt B/Sean Bao-Han Rogers/Mr. E. Meat/Joe Sirianni/John McLaurin/Wayne Makepeace/Alexander K Leach/John Murdoch/Keven Guimaraes/J P Beestone/Scott Cook/SuperBres/Craig Lanham/Jacob Sherman/BEARman/Ashton Astwood/Fredrik Nilsen/Thecolon24/Sean Speer/Bill Brockman/Nicholas Fuller/Luis Pena/Brett Wells/Kevin Hill/Puks/BEARDEDGUY/Gavan Tanham/Thomas Gosney/Mark Varley/Christopher/Apollo/Tith SreyVibol/Mark Dougherty/Silvio Masis/Josh Hodges/Mole/NNJAfoot/Michael A McBroom/MFC Ninja/Juan Cedillo/Isaac Morpurgo/Bern Price/Alex Alexandrow/BrickDickRick/Connor Webber/Infrequent Traveler/jes kg/Escipio Sumski Want to support the Channel? All I ask is, if you enjoyed the video, please like it and share the video on whatever Social Media platform you use. This will tremendously help the Channel and expand its Community. Or if you would like to support the Channel further, you can become a patron using the link below: 🤍 If you're new here and like the content, please be sure to subscribe and turn on the notification bell button to ensure you never miss an upload.
A U.S. Navy destroyer was “aggressively approached” by a Russian ship in the North Arabian Sea yesterday, officials said. The Russian Navy ship was dangerously close to the USS Farragut before the American ship “sounded five short blasts,” the Navy’s 5th Fleet announced today. Read more: 🤍 From Brexit breaking news to HD movie trailers, The Sun newspaper brings you the latest news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world. Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: 🤍 Like The Sun on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Sun on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat: 🤍
As the Israeli military was in the middle of an armed dispute with its Arab neighbors in Egypt, the tensions between the two nations escalated into what would be known as the Six-Day War. On the fourth day of fighting in the summer of 1967, the Israeli defenses received a warning that an Arab ship was harassing their ground troops from the sea. The Air Force did not take long to deploy several aircraft to contain the threat. As the fighters overflew the Egyptian waters searching for the elusive ship, they finally spotted one. The Mirages and Mysteres then approached the enemy vessel and dropped a heavy load of ordnance that ripped through her hull. The deck was set ablaze, but something was off - there was no return fire. As the pilots looked closer, they suddenly recognized the markings on the hull. It had Latin characters, which meant it was an American ship. By then, it was too late, and an international crisis immediately exploded…
The US Navy has slated a 2-year old ship to be decommissioned. In fact, a completed class of active Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) are being decommissioned, all 9 of them! The issues with LCS have been know for some time. But why would the navy continue building them? It's #NotWhatYouThink #NWYT #longs Music: U Gotta Admit - Got Happy Misguided Path - Bonnie Grace Sweet Talk (Instrumental Version) - Tyra Chantey Antidote X - Van Sandano Impulse - Hampus Naeselius Kowli - i.am.in 🤍 The Quest - Philip Ayers Aurora Borealis - Chill Cole Hemisphere - Ooyy Footage: US Department of Defense Note: "The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement." 0:00 Intro 0:37 The Inception of LCS 1:46 Propulsion System 3:02 Modular Design 3:59 Surface Warfare Mission Package 4:30 Mine Countermeasure Package 5:41 Anti-Submarine Package 6:28 What Went Wrong? 7:30 Two Important Questions
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Retired US Navy Adm. James Foggo III rates 8 warship scenes in movies and television for realism, such as "Battleship." Adm. Foggo discusses the accuracy of warship scenes in "Godzilla vs. Kong" (2021), "Battleship" (2012) starring Rihanna, and "Under Siege" (1992) with Steven Seagal. He also comments on the weapons and artillery in "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997) starring Pierce Brosnan, "Dunkirk" (2017), and "Greyhound" (2020) with Tom Hanks. Foggo analyzes Navy protocols highlighted in "The Last Ship" (2015) and "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1970) Admiral Foggo served for over 35 years in the Navy and is currently the Dean for the Center of Maritime Strategy at the Navy League of the United States. MORE HOW REAL IS IT VIDEOS: Navy SEAL Rates 9 Underwater Missions In Movies And TV | How Real Is It? 🤍 Military Survival Expert Rates 9 Ocean Survival Scenes In Movies And TV | How Real Is It? 🤍 Combat-Helicopter Pilot Rates 8 Helicopter Scenes In Movies And TV | How Real Is It? 🤍 #WarshipBattles #HowRealIsIt #Insider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s fun. We push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our mission is to inform and inspire. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: 🤍 Insider on Facebook: 🤍 Insider on Instagram: 🤍 Insider on Twitter: 🤍 Insider on Snapchat: 🤍 Movies Insider on Snapchat: 🤍 Insider on TikTok: 🤍 Navy Admiral Rates 8 Navy Warship Battles In Movies | How Real Is It
Just How Powerful is 7th Fleet? U.S Warships 2021 The Seventh Fleet is a numbered fleet of the United States Navy. It is headquartered at U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka, in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is part of the United States Pacific Fleet. At present, it is the largest of the forward-deployed U.S. fleets, with 60 to 70 ships, 300 aircraft and 40,000 Navy, Marine Corps personnel Its principal responsibilities are to provide joint command in natural disaster or military operations and operational command of all US naval forces in the region. The U.S. Seventh Fleet was established on March 15, 1943 when the Southwest Pacific Force was renamed. Today it is the largest forward-deployed U.S. fleet and its area of responsibility includes the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans. Also watch other videos you might like: ►This Is Why America's Enemies Still Fear the B-1 BOMBER ► 🤍 ►CHINA Warns UK Deployment of HMS Queen Elizabeth over South China Sea ► 🤍 ►U.S. Navy Sends Independence Class Ships to South China Sea►🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE Here ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES Facebook ► 🤍 Thank A lot for always supporting US
Trace the evolution of the US Navy to see how it got so powerful. Sponsored by World of Warships! Register to receive 250 doubloons, 1,000,000 Credits, Langley ship, one port slot and 3 days premium time when you use code PLAYLANGLEY2019 and click here → 🤍 Also available free on Xbox and PS4. wowslegends.com In this history documentary we explore the history of the US Navy. We begin in the colonial period of British rule where most of the coastal defenses were undertaken by jerry-rigged sloops and schooners while the Royal Navy handled the larger engagements. With the outbreak of the American Revolution however the Continental Congress was forced to create its own Continental Navy. This was composed of a small number of small frigates while the bulk of the American fleet actually consisted of privateers. The US fleet managed to score some wins at sea but it was the assistance of the French Navy which helped turn the tides of war. After the revolution, the new but bankrupt United States was forced to disband its navy. This had the effect of leaving it incredibly vulnerable. Over the following decades, the US Navy would slowly invest in rebuilding its fleet to combat threats from the Barbary Pirates and others who preyed on American shipping. The War of 1812 with the British saw the US score some early wins but saw it be utterly dominated at sea when the Royal Navy sailed in with a strong fleet that had just recently won the Battle of Trafalgar. The US Navy was expanded as a result of this embarrassment but it would be the conflict of the US Civil War which truly brought about a renaissance for American Fleet. During the conflict, the northern strategy at sea involved a blockade of the south which prompted an arms race between the Union Navy and the Confederate Navy. Ironclads and steam ships emerged from this evolutionary process and came dominate the waves. By the end of the war, the US Navy was the second largest in the world after the Royal Navy. The post war years however saw a decline in the Navy that would only be turned around with renewed conflict during the Spanish-American war. From this point on, the United States Navy was recognized as being critical to United States foreign policy. President Roosevelt would overseen it's renovation with the construction of the Great White Fleet which sailed around the world. However new technologies like the HMS Dreadnought risked making all contemporary warships obsolete. World War 1 came soon after and poured gasoline on the fire of innovation. Now the battle at sea extended to the air above the waves and the depths below it with the deployment of planes and submarines. Coming out of the First World War, the US Navy was recognized as an equal to the Royal Navy. The interwar years saw more funds poured into the American Fleet including the construction of new aircraft carriers. Word War 2 would see a massive overhaul of the US Navy as it battled the Imperial Japanese Navy across the Pacific. This conflict and the Cold War that followed solidified the power of the US Fleet and led it to become the force it is today. I hope you enjoyed this documentary on US Navy history! #History #Navy
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A photographic guide to United States battleships Numbers 1 through 66 built between 1895 and 1945 [ silent ]
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A battleship is a large armored warship with a main battery consisting of large caliber guns. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries the battleship was the most powerful type of warship, and a fleet centered around the battleship was part of the command of the sea doctrine for several decades. By the time of World War II, however, the battleship was made obsolete as other ships, primarily the smaller and faster destroyers, the secretive submarines, and the more versatile aircraft carriers came to be far more useful in naval warfare. While a few battleships were repurposed as fire support ships and as platforms for guided missiles, few countries maintained battleships after World War II, with the last battleships being decommissioned at the end of the Cold War.
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Play War Thunder for FREE! Register using 🤍 and get a premium tank or aircraft or ship and thee days of premium account time. In the report submitted to Congress annually, the Pentagon has stated: “The PRC has the largest navy in the world, with an overall battle force of approximately 350 ships and submarines including over 130 major surface combatants. In comparison, the US Navy’s battle force is approximately 293 ships as of early 2020.” Speaking at a press conference, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for China Chad Sbragia said that China was on course to expand its fleet to 360 vessels by the end of 2020. Viewers may note that in 2019 China had a 335-ship fleet, about 55 percent larger than in 2005, as per the recent Congressional Research Service report titled, “China’s Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities — Background and Issues for Congress.” This clearly depicts the frantic shipbuilding pace China has maintained in recent years. Overall the picture looks daunting for the rivals of China - it is the world’s top manufacturer, has the second largest economy, and now the world’s largest naval force. Many will think that the Chinese Navy will dominate especially in the Asia-Pacific region. But there is a caveat, larger doesn’t always mean more powerful. In this video Defense Updates analyzes why the Chinese Navy is no match to the U.S Navy even though it is now the larger one? #DefenseUpdates # #USvsChinaNavy #LargerButNotPowerful CHANNEL LINK: Facebook - 🤍 SUPPORT US: Patron: 🤍 AUDIO: scottleffler.com BACKGROUND MUSIC 🤍 "Giant Wyrm" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 IMAGES USED 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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